Est. 2012

Overbust Corsets

Looking for a stunning corset to enhance your figure, slim your waist, or simply bring a little burlesque glamour to your everyday wardrobe? Then look no further than the gorgeous selection of overbust corsets we have here at RebelsMarket.

We have a beautiful collection of overbust corsets to choose from, with punk rock designs, steampunk varieties, pinup style bustiers, gothic black overbust corsets, and much more. This is because we curate our vast collection of over-the-bust corsets from worldwide alternative fashion designers and retailers, selecting only the very best items. This means that when you shop for an overbust corset with RebelsMarket, you can be confident that you’re browsing the freshest, most unique trends available.

No more cookie-cutter fashion items, and no more browsing the mall for the same trends everyone else is already wearing. If you want an overbust corset that breaks away from the norm, then browse our collections today.

And what’s more – we offer a great selection of different styles and sizes, from petite right through to plus size overbust corsets if you have a fuller figure. And since we compile our corset collections from designers all over the globe, we’re able to offer overbust corsets at prices to suit any budget.

So stop searching the regular stores, or using single online retailers – and choose RebelsMarket for all your waist training needs! When you shop with us, you're shopping with thousands of corset designers and retailers, so you're sure to find the perfect corset for you.

Corsets are a wonderfully diverse item of clothing – you can dress them up by pairing them with glitzy party dresses or dress them down by rocking a corset with simple denim jeans and sneakers. But the crowning jewel of the humble corset is the fact that they make your figure look fabulous!

An overbust corset is exactly what it sounds like; a corset that goes all the way up to cover the bust, much like a tube top or bustier, instead of just wrapping around the torso like an underbust corset or cincher. And unlike cinchers, overbust corsets are fantastic if you are looking for greater posture support – because they are usually more rigid than their underbust counterparts.

If you're looking to start waist training regularly, then you'll need to select a corset that you feel comfortable in. Steel boned overbust corsets give support for waist training (meaning that they are stiff enough to hold their shape, making your waist look slimmer).

If you want to start waist training discreetly, try wearing a plain black corset, overbust, but underneath your clothing, if you're wearing something loose or baggy. Plain black or white corsets are also great if you're looking for something that can be worn with multiple outfits, as this gives you more opportunities to keep waist training with a corset – by selecting colors that go well with a variety of clothing styles.

But if you’re going for a more bold or overstated look, why not try a punk rock corset in an overbust style, accented with studded or silver jewelry. You could even go all out and make your corset the centerpiece of your outfit by pairing with a cute skirt, skinny jeans, or even black leggings if you’re rocking a more casual look.

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Overbust corset styling basics

Owning a corset is one thing, and styling it outside the bedroom is another. How do you push up your chest while still aiming for an appealing appearance? Well, first of all, confidence, class, and curves are the way to go. After all that is well done, try spicing up your outfit by incorporating the following tips;

Pairing your overbust corset with jeans is a must-try! 

  • All lingerie-inspired pieces are a perfect combination, especially when paired up with fitting pants. Do you know what the best part of this set is? Jeans rarely create waistline conflicts, therefore, making it an effortless look to pull off. For skirts, however, there is a lot that needs to be done to draw attention to the waist area. High-waisted skirts and tube skirts made from stretchy material best create an hourglass type of curve compared to skirts with a lower rise that often form horizontal lines around the hips.

  • Ever thought of styling your dresses with a visible half corset, fastened as a belt? What are you waiting for? Go ahead and nail that look by trying out this tip.

  • You can also test the waters of the waist training corseting trend by purposefully pairing your corset with your suiting. Although this look can be somewhat inappropriate for the corporate realm, it is a pass for a night out in the city.

  • Have you considered rocking your steampunk detailed corset with a plain black blazer? Get yourself a colored corset that is long enough, pair it with your jeans and use your black blazer as a cover-up to avoid showing too much skin.

  • With an assortment of styles to choose from, one can opt for a monochromatic top to toe style outcome by just styling your waist training corsets with alluring shades of color, prints, and patterns. Is that too much to ask?

  • To add on that, over the bust corsets can be seamlessly integrated into one's closet by throwing a cardigan or jacket on top. The whole idea is to not only draw more attention to that silhouette bust but to also hide any hanging laces that may make your outfit to look awkward.

  • Don't be afraid to go for the corsets over a dress or shirt kind of look. However, when opting for this style, a careful balance must be struck in the long run, especially above the corset. When corseting a standard button-down shirt, for instance, always make sure that its fabric doesn't stick out too much above the corset or around the shoulder area.

Not to mention, these layering pieces can also come in handy for any wedding ensemble.

But perhaps the most important thing to keep in mind when you buy overbust corsets is that there is a multitude of different styles available. Corsets are no longer a lingerie item or an undergarment – there are styles and varieties to suit any taste and any occasion. For this reason, it’s always best to browse what’s out there, to be sure you land on a style of corset that you love.