corset

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Synonyms for corset

Synonyms for corset

a woman's close-fitting foundation garment

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Milliner, corsetiere, and fashion designer Mich Dulce
She graduated from Amsterdam High School and worked as a corsetiere for Luries Department Store, prior to raising her family.
His father was born in Scotland and had been the attorney for the Canadian Pacific Railway Company; his mother, also of Scotch descent and born in Canada, was a successful corsetiere in New York.
But a modest Sadie Ayton stressed yesterday she was the number two to Her Majesty's own corsetiere.
The 71-year-old royal corsetiere laughed at Lorraine, 47, when she said she wears a 36B and told her she's been wearing the wrong size for years - leaving the uncomfortable looking host adjusting her famous cleavage on screen.
McQueen's new shop, designed by Azman Owens, is in Conduit Street, London on the stretch between Regent and New Bond Streets that was once the preserve of airline offices and the odd corsetiere.
Fear sends them to the corsetiere, trembling; the same corsetiere from whom they fled mockingly a couple of years back, at the beck of a mad style authority who decreed "zat ze body must be free of ze restrictions, in order zat ze new styles shall hang so freely.
She appeared on Top of the Pops singing the Spice Girls' hit single, Mama, wearing the Monique breast enhancers, bought from the Queen's corsetiere, Rigby and Peller, in London.
He sleeps in his corset, which he wouldn't show me, though he did say it was designed by Aris Norris, a noted English corsetiere.
Having originally completed her training in Croydon as a fully qualified corsetiere, Wendy returned to Wales to find that her services were in demand.