It’s time for a corset!

The corset craze is on. So, ladies, squeeze in! Tighten your waistlines. We’re just knotting the lace on corset obsession.

Even as we salivate over Kylie’s hourglass figure in `that’ sexy corset, our own Preity Zinta, Amisha Patel, Mallika Sherawat, Pooja Bedi, Malliaka Arora Khan and others who celebrate the corset liberation. Says VJ Sophiya, “Every woman looks super sexy in a corset. It’s the most feminine piece of clothing. It’s liberating to be a woman and be seen in a corset. I love Rocky S and Manish Arora’s corsets, they fit me so well.”

Corset fantasy
A piece of garment is liberating women in India. A corset has been worn by women in royal Indian families, for a flat stomach and to enhance your assets. Corsets are creating a new fantasy of the female form. Says Malini Ramani, fashion designer, “It’s about empowered feminine sexuality. A corset does exactly that for them, it exaggerates the magic ratio of waist to hips, which is very sexy at a basic level.’’

Waist this!
In The Corset: A Cultural History, Valerie Steele debates those who crusaded against the corset did so in an effort to constrain women’s sexuality. Says Manish Arora, whose Fish Fry label sells the hottest corsets: “A corset needs hips, bosom and bottom. I’m always improvising my corsets. Corsets help women hide away the flab.”

Return of the Corset
This season, corset swimsuits hit the ramp. For autum, corset dresses are back. Says Pooja Bedi, “It’s the most sexually exciting garment. I like to wear my corset below the belly button, with a zipper. They’re so feminine and sensual. I love to wear a embroidered corset for a party, but for a casual lunch, something more is always so understated and cool.”

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