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Hourglass Angel

Shaping a Stronger You

  • The Five Perfect Body Shapes - Which One is Yours?

    The hourglass figure has been considered the "dream figure" as epitomized in paintings and sculptures, with voluptuous bust and hips paired with a tiny waist. But did you know that approximately only 8% of the US population has an hourglass shape while the majority of women are either Round Shaped (aka Apple) or Curvy on the Bottom (aka Pear)? What's even more interesting is that body shape can change along with age, diet, exercise and even shapewear. Take a look at the Infographic below and see where you fit in.  Knowing your body shape will help better guide the types of clothes and shapewear you should focus on buying in order to accentuate your assets.

    Types of Body Shapes

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  • How to Smooth 2 Common Trouble Areas

    Shapewear with back coverage


    Say Goodbye to Bra Bulge and Muffin Top

    The key to looking your best on any occasion is having a smooth foundation. No matter what your shape, a number of outfits can look flattering once you've eliminated problem areas. Two problem areas that women of all shapes and sizes deal with are at the bra line (bra bulge) and above the pant line (muffin top).

    You have several options when it comes to smoothing these trouble areas. Choosing the right intimates can be helpful, and shapewear can add an extra level of control. Shapewear choices include various levels of compression. You might want lighter compression for casual use and firm control for special occasions.

    Here are some of our top picks for managing these common trouble areas:

    Halo Lace Full Coverage Underwire Bra by Wacoal

    This soft bra provides the support and coverage a full figure needs, while the leotard back gives an overall smooth look and prevents bra bulge. The elastic straps are close-set, soft and adjustable. Elastic also lines the top and bottom of the wings, preventing the bra from slipping and adding overall comfort and control.

    Sculpting Vest Waist Trainer by Amia

    Get all the waist slimming power of a waist training cincher, with additional coverage and support thought the back. The firm compression vest goes over the bra of your choice, smoothing your bra line and eliminating any bulk. It provides full torso coverage, preventing any occurrence of muffin top.

    CoCoon Perfect Fit Braless T-Shirt

    This garment is manufactured with specialized lifting and toning technology. The waist slimming t-shirt is designed with bi-directional smooth fabric that comfortably trims the waist and abdomen and smoothens the whole back. It also comes down over the hips to minimize muffin top.

    High Waisted Panty by Amia

    This everyday essential gives moderate control and smoothing to the midsection, waist and lower abdomen, providing a flawless foundation for pants and skirts. Two control panels at the tummy and sides provide slimming and support, eliminating muffin top. A gripper at the waist prevents roll down.

    Mid-Thigh Bodysuit By Amia A107

    This is a go-to piece for special occasions. It provides firm coverage from over your braline to your thighs. Nothing but smooth from top to bottom.

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  • How to Choose Shapewear for Your Body Type

    Simple Solutions for Every Figure

    How to choose shapewear for your body type

    Everyone is built differently, and we believe that every body is beautiful. However you carry your curves, the key to looking your best is embracing your body type and then dressing in a way that flatters it.

    Shapewear is useful for every body type. Do you know how to look your best? Here are some suggestions to help you attain your most flattering wardrobe.

    Round Figured

    You're this body type if you have a small waist-to-hip ratio. You may also have a full bust and broad shoulders. You want shapewear that slims and defines that waistline. Our suggestions for you include:

    Corsets and cinchers: These are the ultimate way to bring in your midsection and define that waistline.

    Shaping camis: These are versatile under any type of attire and provide a smooth, controlled waistline

    Straight Figured

    You are long and lean, with shoulders, waist and hip measurements that are similar in proportion. Your shape is naturally elegant; you just want to add curves and definition. Our top suggestions for you include:

    Butt-enhancing shapers: Get more volume in your rear while slimming your waist.

    Cincher vests: Slim your waistline, smooth your back and create more curves by lifting your bust.


    You have curves that naturally balance: proportional bust and hips, with a slimmer waistline. Your goal with shapewear is to smooth and define the curves you already have. For you we recommend:

    All-over shaping bodysuits: Get a smooth figure all over, while slimming your waist and lifting your butt.

    Corselettes: These are a sexy option, ideal for wear under dresses and skirts. They slim your waistline, while hugging your hips and enhancing your rear.

    Curvy on Bottom

    Chances are you naturally look great in jeans because of your curvy hips and slimmer waist. Your bust and shoulders are slim, so your goal with shapewear is to create balance in your figure. We recommend:

    Thigh-slimming shapers: Get control for those hips and thighs while smoothing out your curves and eliminating muffin top.

    Braless shaping tanks/camis: Emphasize and smooth your waistline while providing lift to your bust. Pairing your tank with the bra of your choice allows you to pick the bra that enhances you best.

    Shapely on Top

    You have enviable volume in your bust and broad shoulders with narrower hips. Your objective with shapewear is to draw attention away from your chest and create more balance from top to bottom. Here are our suggestions:

    Enhancing panties and shapers: Add volume to your rear with your panties. You can also choose a shaper that defines your waistline for more curves.

    Full-body shapers: Provide control and enhancement where you need it on your lower half. Choose a braless garment so you can pair it with your favorite supportive bra.

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  • 8 Healthy Fall Flavor Smoothies

    Feel Full and Energized Each Morning

    What to eat when waist training

    Fall flavors are some of our favorites—why not enjoy them for breakfast? Start your day off wearing your waist trainer and enjoying a nutritious smoothie. It will keep you full, and get you energized as you start a healthy day.

    When you're waist training, you'll be more motivated to keep muffins and bagels off the breakfast table and make more mindful eating and fitness choices. We've compiled these 8 delicious, nutrient-dense recipes that you can make in just minutes. Enjoy!

    Pumpkin Apple Smoothie

    Pumpkin & Apple Breakfast Smoothie

    If you have a weakness for everything pumpkin spice, this alternative will keep your taste buds and your body happy.

    Healthy Oatmeal Cookie Smoothie

    Healthier Oatmeal Cookie Smoothie

    Satisfy that sweet tooth while getting powerful nutrients including chia seeds and flax seeds.

    Fall Greens Smoothie

    Fall Greens Smoothie

    Don't be afraid of the word "greens." This one is really good. Pears and grapes add delectable sweetness.

    Vegan Pumpkin Pie Smoothie Vegan Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

    You don't have to be vegan to love this treat made with coconut milk.

    Berry Smoothie

    Anti-Inflammatory Blueberry Smoothie

    Powerful antioxidants with a hint of cinnamon. Perfection.


    Apple, Carrot, and Plum Smoothie

    Take advantage of those fresh fall fruits while you still can!

    Pumpkin Spice Smoothie Protein Pumpkin Smoothie

    Just in case you thought there weren't enough pumpkin options, here's another! Use this one to recharge after a workout.

    Power Smoothie

    Booster Smoothie with Cranberry, Kale, and Orange

    Why bother taking vitamins when powerful nutrition tastes this good?

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  • How Shapewear Works & What's Best For Your Body Type

    The Science of Shapewear

    The science of shapewear

    Whether you're new to shapewear or you've got a closet full of it, it's helpful to learn how these garments work. Quality shapewear is set apart from cheap off-the-rack underwear and hosiery. If you want to look your best, no matter what the occasion, we recommend knowing exactly what you're getting into.

    Let's be clear about a couple of things: shapewear is not magical and will not change your body type or make you look like you've lost a ton of weight. It does enhance any body type, slim your figure, create curves and control problem areas – so you can look your most flattering, any day of the week. It's important to educate yourself on how shapewear works, so you know what to look for.

    Here's the scoop behind how it all works and how you can find the best fit for you.

    Shapewear construction

    Shapers are knitted together in pieces. When cut and sewn, designers enhance curves in the perfect places and tuck in others. The material used is very important. Latex and spandex create a firm hold. In comparison, hosiery-style seamless knitting tends to flatten. While this can be desirable in same cases, most of the time you will have a better all-over effect with a garment constructed in pieces.

    The fit matters

    If you've ever experienced a muffin-top effect above or below a shapewear garment, it is not the piece for you! Some women mistakenly believe that they will look more flattering in a smaller size, when the opposite is true. It is extremely important to wear a garment that fits correctly in order to achieve the most flattering results.

    Where it all goes

    Wondering where the extra weight goes when you drop a size or two after putting on shapewear? When it fits properly, shapewear reshapes the softer parts of your body, so you will have curves in the more desirable places. Fat can be compressed against the firmer muscles, such as those in your abdomen and legs. Your waistline and/or thighs will appear to shrink, while areas like your bust and your rear will be enhanced.

    Fit for body type

    Body Shapes

    Every body type is going to have different target areas when it comes to selecting the ideal shapewear. Whether you're plus size or petite, select the garments that are going to best enhance your shape:

    1. Round Figure

    Your main objective with shapewear is to slim and define your waistline. We recommend a shaping panty or a waist cincher to help create more curves. You may also benefit from a bodysuit or shaping shorts that bring in the waist.

    1. Straight Figure

    When choosing shapewear, your main focus is going to be defining your waist and creating curves, as well as smoothing your whole figure. Must-have items in your wardrobe include a waist cincher, slips, and high-waisted shaping panties or shorts.

    1. Curvy on Bottom

    You have naturally lovely curves so your focus should be smoothing them and emphasizing that enviable waistline. Try control slips and high-waisted shorts.

    1. Hourglass

    You have the curves everyone wants, so your main priority is to make them smooth. A wide variety of shapewear will look good with your body type. You may enjoy the control you get from high-waisted shaping panties and shorts, shaping slips and bodysuits.

    1. Shapely on Top

    Your body tends to be top-heavy, so your objective is to find balance. It starts with a great bra—you may even want a minimizing option. Anything that enhances your rear like shaping panties and leggings will help balance your curves.

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  • 14-Day Waist Training Boot Camp

    How to Jumpstart Your Commitment to Fitness

    Waist Training Bootcamp

    If you're new to waist training and wondering how to start, having a great workout program is essential. We found an excellent routine from Fitness magazine that complements waist training well.

    Follow these steps day by day and you're well on your way to an active, healthy lifestyle, complemented with the slimming effects of the waist trainer. Be sure to warm up before the workouts and cool down/stretch afterwards and follow a healthy diet for the best results. Ready to get started?

    DAY 1

    Wear your waist trainer for 4 hours today. If you are brand new to this, you will definitely feel constricted, but your body will become accustomed to it quickly. Don't overdo it; listen to your body – if you feel any pain or pinching, remove the waist trainer.

    While wearing a workout waist trainer like the Workout Band Waist Trainer by Ann Chery, do the eight strength exercises listed at the end of this post for a total of approximately 30 minutes.

    DAY 2

    Now, try wearing your waist trainer for 5 hours today. Don't want to wear your workout band under your work clothes? Try a nude or black latex cincher like the Classic Cincher Waist Trainer by Amia.

    Today, you'll let your body rest so your body can recover from yesterday's strength training. If you're sore, it never hurts to stretch or do some very easy cardio to loosen up your muscles.

    DAY 3

    Wear your waist trainer for 6 hours today. Remember you can switch between a workout band while you exercise and an everyday cincher for the rest of the day.

    While wearing your workout waist trainer, do the seven circuit cardio moves listed at the end of this post. Do each drill for 30 to 60 seconds, marching or jogging in place for 1 minute to recover between moves. Complete the circuit twice through.

    DAY 4

    Wear your waist trainer for 7 hours today. Your body should be slowly adjusting to the way it feels.

    Rest from heavy exercise again today. You can stretch and do light cardio, like walking, easy jogging or biking. Over time, you will be able to add in more cardio days in between harder workouts.

    DAY 5

    Wear your waist trainer for 8 hours today. If you prefer, you can break it into two four-hour segments.

    It's time for strength training again. For variety, try doing exercises in a different order than you did on day 1.

    DAY 6

    Wear your waist trainer for 9 hours today. You're almost at the target range: 10 hours a day.

    It's time for some intense cardio circuits again. See if you can improve your performance—push as hard as you can.

    DAY 7

    Wear your waist trainer for 10 hours today.

    Rest and let your body fully recover today. Congrats on making it through the first week! From here on out, you will be wearing the waist trainer for 10 hours a day.

    DAY 8

    Back to strength training. Can you increase the amount of weight you're using?

    DAY 9

    Rest or 30-60 minutes of steady-paced cardio. Remember, you should be wearing your waist trainer for 10 hours a day at this point.

    DAY 10

    Circuit cardio. Ramp up the intensity!

    DAY 11

    Rest or 30-60 minutes of steady-paced cardio.

    DAY 12

    Get that strength training going again! Now that you're familiar with these exercises, make sure you're paying close attention to good form.

    DAY 13

    Circuit cardio.

    DAY 14

    Rest and recovery.

    Congrats! If you have been faithful with this routine, you may already be seeing some incredible results—not just in your figure, but in your strength and energy levels. Remember that individual results will vary depending on your diet and what shape you were in before you started.

    From here on out you can continue with this routine, or branch out and try some different types of strength and circuit moves. In general, this pattern is very effective in optimizing your fitness level.

    Here are the exercises to implement in this routine:

    STRENGTH EXERCISES (from Fitness magazine)

    Strength exercises

    1. Stationary Lunge with L-Raise

    Targets: Glutes, Thighs, Shoulders, Core

    • Holding 3- or 5-pound dumbbells at your sides, stand with right foot in front of left, about one stride's-length apart.
    • Bend knees 90 degrees while raising right arm to the front at shoulder height and left arm to the side, palms down.
    • Stand up, lower arms, and repeat; do 12 to 15 reps.
    • Switch sides and repeat. Do 1 to 3 sets per side.

    Beginner modification: Do a squat instead of a lunge, and keep elbow bent 90 degrees for lateral (side) raise.

    1. Crossover Squat and Pull-Back

    Targets: Thighs, Calves, Glutes, Chest, Shoulders, Back

    • Stand about 2 feet away from a step bench, holding 3- or 5-pound dumbbells. Cross right leg over left and place right foot on top of step, pointing both feet forward.
    • Standing tall, bend elbows slightly and squeeze shoulder blades together.
    • Squat down, crossing arms in front of body. Stand up to return to starting position and repeat.
    • Do 15 reps. Rest for 30 seconds; switch sides and repeat. Do 1 to 3 sets per side.

    Beginner modification: Do a regular squat without using the step.

    1. Plank Knee In and Knee Out

    Targets: Shoulders, Glutes, Core, Hips

    • Start in a full push-up position, abs tight.
    • Pull right knee toward chest; hold for 1 count.
    • Keeping right knee bent, rotate right leg out to side; hold for 1 count.
    • Extend leg back to starting position without lowering, and repeat; do 4 to 8 reps with right leg.
    • Rest for 30 seconds and repeat on left side. Do 1 to 3 sets per side.

    Beginner modification: Remain in plank position without pulling knee in; hold for 30 to 60 seconds.

    1. Lunge with Reverse Flye

    Targets: Thighs, Glutes, Back

    Stand holding 3- or 5-pound dumbbells with arms at sides, palms facing each other, elbows slightly bent. Lunge forward with left leg, bending left knee 90 degrees; lean 45 degrees forward from hips.

    Maintaining this position, raise arms to shoulder height, keeping elbows slightly bent. Squeeze shoulder blades together, then lower weights.

    Do 15 reps. Rest 30 seconds; switch sides and repeat. Do 1 to 3 sets per side.

    Beginner modification: Skip the lunge and do the flyes sitting on a bench or step. 

    1. Unilateral Push-Up

    Targets: Chest, Shoulders, Triceps, Back, Core

    Get into a full push-up position with left hand on top of a step and right hand on floor.

    Bend elbows and lower chest toward floor; push back up. Cross right hand over left and place it on the bench, moving left hand to floor on opposite side. Do another push-up.

    • Do 12 to 15 reps, switching sides with each rep.
    • Rest for 30 to 60 seconds; do another set.

    Beginner modification: Do the push-ups on your knees without the bench.

    1. Curl and Stand

    Targets: Abs, Shoulders, Thighs

    Lie face-up on a step, holding a medium-weight dumbbell horizontally across your chest. Keep elbows close to body.

    Curl up to sitting position, then stand all the way up, pressing dumbbell overhead. Sit back on bench and roll down to starting position.

    • Do 5 to 12 reps; 1 to 3 sets total.

    Beginner modification: Begin by sitting on the edge of a step or chair, without a weight; stand up and raise hands overhead before returning to seated position. 

    1. Biceps Curl with Knee-Up

    Targets: Biceps, Hips, Quads, Core

    • Stand with feet hip-width apart, holding 5- or 8-pound dumbbells, elbows close to sides and palms up.
    • Pull in abs and bend right knee 90 degrees to hip level while curling weights toward shoulders.
    • Lower leg as you lower arms.
    • Do 15 reps, then switch legs. Do 1 to 3 sets per side.

    Beginner modification: Do biceps curls without knee raises.

    1. Superman Abs

    Targets: Abs, Lower Back, Glutes

    • Get into a full push-up position with hands on floor and toes on a step.
    • Simultaneously lift left arm and right leg, keeping abs tight.
    • Switch sides and repeat.

    Do 4 reps per side; 1 to 3 sets total.

    Beginner modification: Begin on all fours on the floor and raise opposite arm and leg.

    CIRCUIT CARDIO EXERCISES (from Fitness magazine)

    Do each drill for 30 to 60 seconds, marching or jogging in place for 1 minute to recover between moves. Complete the circuit twice through.

    1. Mountain Climbers

    Place hands on step, arms straight, legs extended behind you on floor. Alternate "running" in place by switching legs forward and back.

    1. Jumping Jack Knee-Ups

    Alternate lifting your knees toward chest while doing jumping jacks.

    1. Vertical Jumps

    Jump as high as you can, bringing knees toward chest; land softly with knees slightly bent.

    1. Scissors

    Alternate switching left and right foot forward, as if on a cross-country ski machine; use your arms for added momentum.

    1. Knee Lifts

    Run in place, lifting knees as high as you can.

    1. Squat Thrusts

    Drop hands to floor and jump feet behind you; hop feet back to start and jump up; repeat.

    1. Speed Skate

    Take a big hop sideways to right, landing softly on right foot. Find your balance; hop to left.

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  • The Anatomy of the Perfect Waist Trainer

    5 Qualities to Look For in a Cincher

    Waist trainers, especially those designed for workouts, are growing in popularity. But with all the different styles available, choosing one can be difficult. What makes the perfect waist trainer?

    While we strive to offer only the finest quality products at Hourglass Angel, some of the waist trainers you might find elsewhere might not quite measure up.

    When it comes to athletic waist training, our shapewear stylists love the Active Band Waist Trainer by Amia. Here are some of the qualities you'll notice in this particular garment, which should be present in whatever waist trainer you choose:

    Latex Core Waist Trainer

    • Latex Core: This is what makes a waist trainer work. Latex reinforcement provides firm compression and slims your waistline instantly, while stimulating heat in your core and increasing perspiration. If you're wearing it during a workout, you'll find that you're sweating harder, making it that much more intense. It's a simple way to maximize your runs, walks, or any physical activity.

    Rows of Hooks & Eyes

    • Rows of Hook & Eye Closures: The perfect waist trainer has the perfect fit, even when you size down. Hook and eye closures ensure firm compression. And if your waistline naturally begins to shrink over time, you can move to the next row of closures for optimal fit.


    • Flexi-Boning: Waist trainers like the Active Band are constructed with boning in the sides, which is firm but less constrictive than a steel-boned corset. The garment will never bunch, yet it gives you enough freedom of movement to go about your daily activities comfortably.

    Waist Trainer Colors

    • Cotton Inner Lining: Just because you're sweating doesn't mean you should be uncomfortable. The cotton lining on the Active Band is soft and comfortable on your skin, and it also helps to absorb perspiration.

    Don’t get overwhelmed when looking for a waist trainer. Choose the style that fits your goals and look for the features above to ensure the best quality, fit and results.

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  • 5 Styles to Make You Look Incredible In Everything

    Versatile Shapewear to Flatter Your Figure at Every Event

    The most versatile shapewear

    Don't you admire those women who always look good? Whether they're at work, at the gym, dressed casually or even at a wedding, they look incredible in everything they put on. What size they are doesn't matter as much as what styles they use to flatter their figure.

    The good news is, anyone can look that good by simply setting the right foundation underneath their outfit. With these five basic yet versatile shapewear pieces you can be prepared for any occasion, any day of the week:

    1. Shaping Slip

    From the little black dress to your favorite skirt suit, dressing up is a whole lot easier with one simple piece. The Smooth Solutions Slip by Va Bien slips on easily under just about everything and provides easy to wear control all day long. It features a built-in underwire bra, patented UltraLift technology and a deep, scooping neckline allowing it to be worn under even low-cut fashions.

    1. High Waisted Panty

    You're going to be wearing panties anyway, so why not have some that take the guesswork out of dressing? The High Waisted Panty by Amia is one of the most versatile garments you can wear. This everyday essential gives moderate control and smoothing to the midsection, waist and lower abdomen. Perfect for the office, casual wear, or even special occasions.

    1. Waist Trainer

    If you've been to the gym lately, you may be wondering about those waist bands that so many women are wearing to look slimmer and enhance their workouts. Waist trainers like the Active Band Waist Trainer by Amia are a must-have for any fitness enthusiast. The Active Band instantly slims your midsection while increasing perspiration at the same time—making your workouts work for you.

    1. Bodysuit

    Certain events call for maximum figure sculpting, and that's where a figure-slimming bodysuit comes in. Yet you don't have to sacrifice style for slimming power. The Katia Lace Body Suit With Semi Sheer Thong By Vedette incorporates all of sexiness and femininity of lingerie into a powerful shapewear package. This will be your go-to piece for your formal events as well as nights out.

    1. Short Shaper

    Need a little lift in your backside? A lightweight short shaper like the Perfect Butt Thermal Pant by Flakisima is the best choice for tight pants and skirts designed to show off your rear. The open bottom design of this item creates a lifting effect that rounds the butt into a perfect shape. It also keeps your midsection in check.

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  • The 7 Best Celebrity Corset Costumes

    Celebrity Halloween Costume Inspiration

    Looking for some fresh inspiration for Halloween costumes this year? Look no further than some of our favorite celebrities, who have gone all out flaunting their sexy figures in corsets. Here are some of our favorite costumes worn by famous women, either for a costume party or for a role on-screen or on-stage.

    Miranda Kerr Ring Master

    1. Miranda Kerr: Ring Master

    What a risqué but gorgeous look that Miranda Kerr pulled off for a Halloween party. We love the completed costume with the top hat, jacket and fishnet tights.

    Kim Kardashian Pirate

    1. Kim Kardashian: Pirate

    Kim does Halloween like no one else, and this classic pirate costume truly tops her list. You can pull off a similar effect with a corset over a frilly shirt, complete with high boots.

    Danielle Lineker Vampire Victim

    1. Danielle Lineker: Vampire Victim

    You can be any number of scary ladies in a costume like this: vampire, vampire victim, or even a witch or sorceress. All you need is a corset and something with lacy sleeves and skirt.

    Kelly Brook Devil Ballerina

    1. Kelly Brook: Devil Ballerina

    A corset plus a tutu in fiery red—nothing's hotter. Kelly Brook took full advantage of her hourglass figure and knew how to show it off.

    Angelina Jolie Mrs. Smith

    1. Angelina Jolie: Mrs. Smith

    This look is the perfect combination of naughty and dangerous. A leather corset and matching accessories is one incredibly sexy way to look dominant and in control.

    Megan Fox Jonah Hex

    1. Megan Fox: Jonah Hex

    Megan Fox dressed as everyone's favorite bounty hunter—what a perfect look for Halloween. Look seductively frightening in some dirtied skirts and thigh-highs.

    Beyoncé The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour

    1. Beyoncé: The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour

    Forget looking scary; Beyoncé went for regal instead. An overbust corset with matching accessories made for a sexy, strong combination.

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  • 5 Sexy Corset Halloween Costumes

    Flatter Your Figure by Adding a Corset

    Halloween is just around the corner, and it's one of our favorite times of year to find new ways to wear a corset. Lacing up with a corset over the top can make almost any costume look more flattering—not to mention flirty. If you're trying to figure out the perfect, creative, sexy costume this year, check out these fun ideas that utilize different styles of corsets.

    Black Swan Corset Costume

    1. Black Swan

    This has always been a popular costume, but ever since Natalie Portman took on the role in the 2010 movie the Black Swan ballerina is the ultimate combination of sexy and scary. This is a relatively easy look to put together with the Damsel Jacquard Overbust Corset By Hourglass Angel; simply add your own makeup, tights and shoes. The Black Cashmere Underbust Corset is another versatile option that you can experiment with so you can find that perfect evil ballerina look.

    Marie Antoinette Corset Costume

    1. Marie Antoinette

    Go classic sexy baroque. Start with the All the Frills Corset and Thong Set by Hourglass Angel and then add a baroque style wig. Piece the rest of the costume together with a flowing skirt, knee-high socks and heels.

    Pirate Corset Costume

    1. Pirate

    This costume never gets old, especially when there are so many ways you can accent it. The corseted pirate look is achieved with an overbust piece like the Regal Red Overbust Corset Set by Hourglass Angel or the Leather Lover Vest Style Corset by Hourglass Angel. Simply add your corset of your pirate costume of choice along with your favorite accessories.

    Catwoman Corset Costume

    1. Cat Woman

    Why stop at a black cat when you can go all the way and be a seductive superhero? A corset adds the extra flair you need to make this costume look phenomenal. We recommend the Leather Lover Corset Set by Hourglass Angel or the Formal Chic Ultra Lift Seamless Bustier by Va Bien.

    Burlesque Dancer

    1. Burlesque Dancer

    You can never go wrong here—plus what a great opportunity to show off some of the prettiest corsets you can find! One of our favorites is the All Laced Up Underbust Corset By Timeless Trends. Pair it with your favorite thigh-highs, heels and bold makeup, and get ready to have the time of your life.

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