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custom corsets

Elevate Your Brand with Vacodo:

Your Premier Corsets Partner
custom corsets
As a leading corsets manufacturer, distinguishes itself as the premier choice for discerning businesses seeking unparalleled flexibility, control, and comfort in their products. Our commitment to excellence shines through our meticulous material development process, ensuring superior quality and satisfaction.

We pride ourselves on being more than just a manufacturer; we are partners in your success. Whether you're launching a new business or expanding your brand, we're dedicated to helping you realize your vision. By collaborating closely with clients and companies, we harness their ideas and aspirations to craft authentic and enhanced product lines. Together, we propel brands forward, transforming dreams into tangible success stories. Trust Vacodo to elevate your brand to new heights.

MATERIALS FOR custom corsets



Sturdy and supportive, steel boning provides excellent structure and shaping, ensuring durability and long-lasting wear.

Spiral Steel:

Flexible and resilient, spiral steel boning offers comfort and contouring, allowing for ease of movement while maintaining shape.


Lightweight and cost-effective, plastic boning is suitable for corsets where flexibility is prioritized over rigid support.



Delicate lace trimmings and overlays can embellish corsets, adding a romantic and feminine touch.

Beads and Sequins:

These decorative elements can be intricately hand-sewn onto corsets to create dazzling effects, perfect for special occasions and evening wear.

Ribbons and Bows:

Ribbons and bows can be used for decorative purposes, enhancing the aesthetic appeal of the corset and adding a playful touch.



Known for its luxurious sheen and smooth texture, satin adds elegance to corsets and is favored for formal occasions.


This richly decorative fabric features intricate patterns, making it ideal for creating ornate and visually striking corsets.


Offering breathability and versatility, cotton is a popular choice for everyday wear corsets, providing comfort and ease of movement.


For a modern twist, mesh fabric can be used to create corsets with a contemporary and edgy aesthetic, perfect for fashion-forward clientele.



A traditional closure option, busks provide a secure and adjustable fastening at the front of the corset, allowing for easy wearing and removal.


Corsets can also feature back lacing with strong, durable laces, enabling customizable tightness and fit for the wearer.

TYPES OF custom corsets

Overbust Corset

Overbust Corsets

Covering the bust area, extending from the hips to above the bustline.

underbust corsets

Fitting underneath the bustline, focusing on waist cinching and shaping.
Waist Cinchers

Waist Cinchers

Shorter corsets emphasizing waist reduction and shaping.
Hourglass Waist Cinchers

Hourglass Waist Cinchers

Providing a dramatic hourglass figure with targeted compression.
Bridal Corset

Bridal Corsets

Designed for brides, often featuring lace overlays and satin accents.
Fashion Corsets

Fashion Corsets

Incorporating various styles like steampunk, gothic, and burlesque.
Medical Corsets

Medical Corsets

Customized to address specific medical needs such as scoliosis or post-surgery recovery.
Maternity Corsets

Maternity Corsets

Offering support for the abdomen and lower back during pregnancy.
Corset Dresses

Corset Dresses

Combining the functionality of a corset with the style of a dress for versatile wear.
Victorian Corsets

Victorian Corsets

Designed to accentuate the hourglass figure, remain popular for Renaissance and fantasy cosplay, offering handmade, high-quality options with modern adaptations for individual preferences and different body types.
Steampunk corsets

Steampunk corsets

Combine Victorian aesthetics with industrial elements, creating unique garments inspired by 19th-century science fiction.
custom corsets

custom corsets

Vacodo excels in crafting custom corsets, offering bespoke designs that surpass expectations. Our commitment to craftsmanship ensures each garment fits flawlessly and reflects your unique brand identity.


4 steps to customize your corsets


1. Send your inquiry

Tell us your ideas or send product pictures, URLs, design drawings, etc. We’ll confirm with you lingerie styles, colors, sizes, fabrics, accessories, and so forth in detail.

2. Develop lingerie samples

Make the sample and send it to you. You can evaluate the lingerie quality and overall effect. Tell us your suggestions. Then, we modify it.

3. Start mass production

Place an order once you approve the sample. Then, we go to mass production and production follow-up.

4. Carry out QC before shipping

Conduct AQL sampling or one-by-one inspection before your items are shipped to your place as negotiated.



Design and Pattern Making

Begin by creating a design concept and translating it into a pattern. This involves taking measurements, drafting the pattern pieces, and ensuring proper fit and proportion.

Material Selection and Cutting

Choose high-quality materials such as fabrics, boning, and closures. Cut the pattern pieces from the selected materials, ensuring accuracy and efficiency in the cutting process.

Assembly and Stitching

Sew the corset panels together using specialized sewing machines and techniques. Pay close attention to stitching accuracy, reinforcement of stress points, and overall construction quality.

Boning Insertion

Insert boning channels into the corset panels to provide structure, support, and shaping. Ensure that the boning is properly positioned and secured within the channels.

Closure Attachment

Install closures such as busks, lacing grommets, or hooks and eyes to allow the corset to be fastened securely. Double-check the alignment and functionality of closures for proper fit and comfort.

Final Touches and Finishing

Add any embellishments, trims, or decorative elements to enhance the aesthetics of the corset. Trim excess threads, press seams, and perform any necessary final adjustments for a polished appearance.

Quality Control Inspection

Conduct a thorough inspection of the finished corset to ensure that it meets quality standards and specifications. Check for any defects, irregularities, or issues that may affect the overall quality or performance of the garment.

Packaging and Shipping

Package the corsets securely for protection during transit. Label and organize shipments according to customer orders and destination, ensuring timely delivery and customer satisfaction.

INSPECTION OF custom corsets

corset inspection

Initial Inspection

Evaluate the overall appearance of the corset, checking for any visible defects, irregularities, or discrepancies from the client's specifications.

Measurement Verification

Confirm that the corset dimensions align with the client's measurements and design requirements, ensuring an accurate fit.

Stitching and Seam Inspection

Thoroughly examine the stitching and seams for consistency, strength, and precision, paying close attention to areas of stress such as the waistline and boning channels.

Boning Integrity

Check the integrity and placement of boning, ensuring it provides proper support and shaping without poking through the fabric or causing discomfort.

Fabric Quality

Assess the quality of the fabric, looking for flaws, tears, or inconsistencies in texture or color that may affect the overall appearance and durability of the corset.

Closure Functionality

Test the functionality and durability of closures such as busks or lacing, ensuring they secure the corset properly and withstand repeated use without damage or deformation.

Fit and Comfort

Have a model or client try on the corset to assess fit, comfort, and range of movement, making any necessary adjustments to ensure optimal wearability.

Final Inspection

Conduct a final comprehensive inspection to verify that all quality standards have been met and that the corset meets the client's expectations in terms of design, construction, and finish.



OEKO-TEX Standard 100

This certification ensures that textiles and fabrics used in bras meet strict human-ecological requirements and are free from harmful substances.
ISO 9001:2015

ISO 9001

ISO 9001 certification indicates that a manufacturer has implemented a quality management system to consistently provide products that meet customer and regulatory requirements.
ISO 14001:2015

ISO 14001

ISO 14001 certification demonstrates that a manufacturer has implemented an environmental management system to minimize the environmental impact of its operations, including the production of bras.


BSCI certification verifies that a manufacturer adheres to ethical standards and social compliance requirements, including labor rights, health, safety, and environmental protection.


GOTS certification ensures that bras made from organic fibers meet stringent environmental and social criteria throughout the entire production process, from harvesting to manufacturing.


GRS (Global Recycling Standard) is an international recycled materials standard designed to ensure that recycled materials are traceable, recyclable and sustainable throughout their supply chain. The standard applies to any product containing at least 20% recycled materials, including textiles, plastics, paper, etc.
CE logo


CE marking indicates compliance with European Union directives and regulations, ensuring that bras meet health, safety, and environmental protection standards for sale in the EU market.


REACH compliance ensures that bras meet regulations for the safe use and handling of chemicals in the production process.


1. What are the benefits of investing in a custom corset?

Custom corsets offer personalized fit, comfort, and support, enhancing posture and accentuating curves.

2. How do I determine my size for a custom corset?

Sizing for custom corsets typically involves measurements of the bust, waist, and hip, often done by a professional or using a fitting guide.

3. Can a custom corset be designed to accommodate specific body shapes?

Yes, custom corsets can be tailored to fit various body shapes, including hourglass, pear, apple, and inverted triangle.

4. What materials are commonly used in crafting custom corsets?

Common materials include satin, cotton, leather, brocade, and mesh, chosen for durability, comfort, and aesthetics.

5. How long does it take to receive a custom corset order?

Turnaround time varies but typically ranges from several weeks to a few months, depending on design complexity and demand.

6. Are custom corsets suitable for waist training?

Yes, custom corsets can be designed for waist training, offering gradual waist reduction with proper sizing and construction.

7. Can custom corsets be designed for special occasions like weddings?

Absolutely, custom corsets can be tailored for weddings, cosplay, formal events, or any occasion where a unique silhouette is desired.

8. What customization options are available for custom corsets?

Customization options include fabric choice, boning type, closure method (busk, zipper, lacing), embellishments, and trimmings.

9. Are there any limitations to what can be customized in a custom corset?

While custom corsets offer extensive customization, certain design elements may have practical limitations based on materials and construction techniques.

10. How do I care for and maintain my custom corset?

Care instructions typically involve spot cleaning or gentle hand washing, avoiding excessive bending or folding to preserve shape and integrity.
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