Nov 27, 2012 10:55 AM
Maggie writes: "Hi Outblush! Your emails are my afternoon happy time. I have been searching for this bustier with no luck and thought who better to ask than you. The tailored fit (I'm a size XS/S) and length of the torso are what make me want this so badly. I want to wear it to a December holiday party with some high waist, wide leg trouser pants. I have seen this all over Pinterest, but can't find where to buy it. Unfortunately, I'm convinced this is out of my under $50 budget! All in all, I would love a classy tailored bustier that will stay up and flatter my small frame."
Well, Maggie, turns out your Pinterest pic is actually a shot from a fashion editorial featuring Merle Bergers - which means you're probably right about this piece being out of non-supermodel budgets. I've tracked down a few more budget-friendly alternatives. Hope one catches your eye!
1. Gold Sequin Bralet Top ($24)
2. TFNC Sequin Bustier ($37)
3. Bright Nights Sequin Bustier ($44)
4. Embroidered Sequin Bustier ($58)
5. Premium Sequin Peplum Top ($48)
6. Funktional The Weiland Sequined Corset in Brass ($94)
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Crazy Jane here: I'm a New England girl with couture tastes and a Salvation Army budget who usually ends up wearing flannel. My shopping forte: finding the impossible dream. Throw your tough stuff at me and let me go bloodhound on it. When not playing on Outblush, I'm probably yelling at my cats, getting a backrub from my hot teacher husband, or trying to turn anything animal, vegetable, or mineral I can get my hands on into booze.