In the 18th century, even young ladies wore stays to ensure that they, too, had the proper shape under their gowns.
This set of stays are made with a lovely pale-yellow/buttercream-colored linen and lined in a plain white linen. The stays are back-lacing and feature hand-sewn eyelets, hand-woven navy trim tape, and a soft cream-colored leather binding all the way around. The caning is a strong, but flexible plastic, which we find to be quite durable and comfortable and a great alternative to wooden caning or baleen.
This pair is ready-to-wear and ship.
- Edge to Edge (at widest): 25.5"
- Center Front Length: 10"
- Center Back Length: 11"
- Length at Armpit: 7.5"
Model: 8 years old, 28" chest cricumference
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