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A Brief History of Waist Training | Galshape

Champagne Breathable Mesh 20 Double Steel Boned Waist Training CorsetsWaist training - also known as waist tightening - dates back to the 16th century. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, in Europe and the United States, some fashion-conscious women began to do so. In fact, the earliest tailor-made clothing for fashion women is a corset.

In the 1850s, steel bones (steel bars for reinforcing corsets) and metal eyelets were added to the corsets and bustiers, and the tight straps made modern “waist training” a reality. Waist training is a process that slowly tightens over a period of weeks and months to affect the floating ribs. In the process of getting smaller and smaller waistlines, some internal organs have even been adjusted.

In the early 1920s, waist training had become a common phenomenon, and it gradually weakened in the 1920s. In the baffle era, it replaced the linear slender lines. During most of the 20th century, waist training existed in some costumes, trinkets, fetishism and was only found in high fashion circles.

However, nowadays, the development of lumbar training has become more common. Beginning at the beginning of the 21st century, it started in the steampunk movement and the use of steampunk fashion corsets. Recently, people including celebrities from Kardashians, Jessica Alba and Jersey Beach have developed lumbar training once again, starting with the use of latex waist trainer

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date: 2018-06-28
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