Women for centuries have had to wear different types of undergarments for their bodies. Depending on your goal and how you want to look you may have invested in some waist-shrinking corsets. Women having pressures from society to make their figures stand out in their clothing is not new. There are two types of garments: a bodice and a corset.
If you want to learn the difference between the two and which is right for you then keep on reading!
What is a Corset?
Corsets are for the hips and the waist. To enhance your figure and you tighten in depending on how small you want your waist to be. You have probably seen these in movies and TV shows that take place in the early 1800s-1900s.
Bodices are More Comfortable
Bodices are a type of garment that women wear to cover the upper body. As the years have passed, women don’t use it to cover up as much like in the past. Just like the corset it is a tight-fitting sleeveless for the torso and bust, but not as tight and shape enhancing.
The Many Fabrics of Corsets
A huge difference between both is that there are so many types of corsets. They come in a range of fabrics, such as leather, satin, lace, and more! Depending on if you’re just wearing it underneath your dress, or as a top for a girl’s night, you can count on finding a variety of them.
Bodices Come in Different Forms
Aside from being worn to cover the upper body, you can find other types of bodices. Furthermore, there are bodice dresses and bras too! Check out the above INC Lace-Bodice nightgown that is perfect for the nighttime.