Cosplay. Halloween. Everyday fashion.
Yes, yes and yes! We love this DIY corset because of its versatility – not to mention, it’s easy to make. You’ll use Dritz® eyelets and the material/lacing of your choice to construct it. And how you’ll wear it? Well, that’s up to you. We love how it’s paired here with an off-the-shoulder white top. But if you’ve got an alter ego, it is also the perfect accessory for period and Halloween costumes.
|The lacing is what really defines this corset, and you can’t create a laced look without eyelets. This corset uses our new Dritz® 2-part eyelets and a hand tool to install them.|
|For a full sewing tutorial, plus the sewing pattern to make your corset, jump on over to Trash To Couture blog. You’ll find all the details for measuring, cutting and sewing the corset.|
|Wow! Looks great, huh? This is a really fantastic DIY project: it’s an easy-to-achieve, yet fashion-forward look!|
|Pair the corset with any variety of loose fitting tops or tunics in your closet, and give them instant structure and punch! (Not to mention head-turning looks!)|
|Mix up your look by trying corsets made with different materials. Here the black vinyl is paired with Dritz® eyelets in gunmetal finish; black lacing gives this a sleek finish.|
|It’s a basic white tunic turned sassy with this spunky DIY corset!
Thank you, Laura, from Trash To Couture for designing this corset for us. We love.
If you dig lacing and eyelets, be sure to see all of the Dritz® eyelets and grommets you have to work with – there are many styles! Our blog also has a lot of grommets/eyelets inspiration and information for you.
Read up, and get ready! And be sure to tell us about your corset adventures by leaving us a comment below. We really would love to hear from you.