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Corset Tops for a Badass Wardrobe

Corset Tops are a staple of a badass wardrobe. They go well with everything from high-waisted sweatpants to chun ky sneakers. If you want to be extra fierce, try a bustier corset top paired with faux leather pants and lots of liner. They also look great with puff sleeve styles and bandeau silhouettes. You can even purchase them in acid-wash finishes.
Dolce & Gabbana

Whether you’re looking for an extra-supportive corset top or a more sheer one, Dolce & Gabbana has you covered. The Blu Mediterraneo collection celebrates the essence of femininity, beauty, and lightness. These corset tops are shaped with supportive cups and scalloped eyelash lace and can be worn alone or under structured outerwear.

These corset tops are an essential item of underwear and are a must for any fashionista’s wardrobe. Made with nylon and spandex, this corset top moulds to your shape, giving you a sexy yet comfortable fit. It’s fastened with a zip at the rear.

Dolce & Gabbana’s history dates back to 1980, when designer Domenico Dolce and model Stefano Gabbana met. Together, they went on to form their eponymous fashion empire. In 1982, they made their debut at Milan Fashion Week, showcasing an entirely different approach to fashion design. The two Italian designers were considered outsiders in the industry and had a bold vision for femininity that pushed the boundaries.
& Other Stories

If you’re looking for a high-fashion, affordable corset top that’s comfortable and flattering, & Other Stories has you covered. These corset tops are made from an organic cotton and linen blend and feature a boned underbust bodice. They also have an exposed back zipper and an elastic fitting at the back. These pieces are part of the brand’s sustainable collection, which was inspired by treasures found in the sea.

While a corset top has a reputation for being tight and uncomfortable, the corset style is actually quite versatile. For example, a corset top can be worn as a dress or a casual top. One popular style is the bustier corset. The bustier tops can be found in a variety of styles, including those with straps and a back zipper.

Despite the corset top’s reputation, it has been enjoying a renaissance in recent years. Madonna, for example, broke the patriarchal connotations of a boned bodice with an outfit designed by Jean Paul Gaultier. It was a bold move for a woman, and the trend spread quickly. However, by the early 2000s, the corset top went from avant-garde to overdone. VB wore one with a pair of bum-ster jeans, and Britney Spears wore a corset top and denim with a denim outfit at the 2003 American Music Awards.

The original corset was a bone-crushing garment designed to give a woman an impossible silhouette, which often led women to faint due to its restrictive structure. Today, however, modern corsets are fun and flattering, and are meant to celebrate the female body.

A knitted corset top by Khaite can be your perfect SS’20 piece. This top features a sweetheart neckline, ribbed-knit details and a form-fitting silhouette. This piece is a versatile option and looks great under any sleeveless dress.
& Victoria Beckham

Fashion-forward women can turn to Victoria Beckham’s corset tops for a unique and sexy style. This corset top features a strapless sweetheart neckline and light interior boning. The corset top pairs perfectly with tailored suiting. Victoria has been making corset tops for several seasons, and the brand isn’t just for celebrities.

The designer has a reputation for sexy, nostalgic pieces that are ideal for any sexy woman. Posh’s sexy aesthetic is often reminiscent of the Spice Girls, and she was seen performing in a bustier mini dress with square-toe ankle strap heels and neutral lipstick. The lingerie-leaning, nostalgic pieces have been making waves on the internet.
Kate Moss

Kate Moss’ half sister Lottie Moss poses up a storm for her 432,000 Instagram followers in a lace corset top. The supermodel teamed the strapless garment with a chic bow and swept her pink highlights away from her face. The model and her half-sister are frequent collaborators with Juergen Teller, a long-time friend of Westwood. The duo’s 30-page portfolio was recently featured in AnOther Magazine.

Kate Moss has become a global star, crossing the boundaries between upscale fashion and sexual imagery. She is the iconic face of Calvin Klein and was the poster child of early 90s “heroin chic.” Her iconic looks have spawned thousands of fashion trends. Today, she turns 38 years old.
Emily Ratajkowski

When it comes to corset tops, we think of vintage. Emily Ratajkowski’s recent appearance at the Oscars reminded us of a retro era. The actress wore a tan bustier corset top with a floral pattern, tied at the bust, and paired it with a low-rise ruched skirt that slung below her hips. Whether it’s a retro piece or modern, the actress has the style to make it work.

Ratajkowski’s seductive outfit caught the attention of fans everywhere. She posted a short video clip and a seductive photograph on Instagram. While many women would be put off by wearing a corset on its own, the actress seemed to be at ease with the attention and the camera. The top was structured to show off her ample assets and slim frame, and her hair was styled in a messy bun.

While she’s a frequent model on the catwalk, she also prefers to keep things low-key. Before her recent Fashion Week appearances, the model wore a braless minidress and sneakers. Ratajkowski is also the face of Kerastase haircare and runs the Inamorata clothing and swim line. She shares updates about her life as a mother with her fans. The latest video of her morning routine has already garnered nine million views!

In a recent Versace fashion campaign, Ratajkowski wore a nautical-themed bustier. While she often wore heels and boots, she also wore pointed-toe pumps.


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