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Rago shapewear

High-quality vintage-style shapewear by Rago. If you're not sure which size to order, please email me helen@pinup-parade.com or use the Contact form.

I have some What Katie Did retro seamed stockings for sale too!

Girdles
Corselettes

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Extra firm control corselette by Rago - pink & black

The Rago 9357 gives fantastic firm control. It has bands to shape the waist and a tummy-shaping panel, and smoothes and supports the behind. It's perfect for giving a smooth line under vintage dresses and has a built-in bra which gives your bust a good vintage shape. It has a floral motif in the fabric and has two-way stretch with an exclusive "Invisinet" tummy-shaping panel. It has 6 metal suspender clips (3 for each leg).

Extra photos: Close-up and back view

Fabric: 70% nylon, 30% Invista® Lycra®

Size in stock: 36C.

Fit: The corselette is made from elastic, so don't worry about fitting into the corselette - it's designed to hold you in firmly. Please use the traditional method of bra measuring where you add 4" to an even underbust measurement, or 5" to an odd underbust measurement. Once you have this number (the band size), measure around the fullest part of your bust. A B cup is 1" larger than the band size, a C cup is 2" larger and a D cup is 3" larger. Unfortunately bra measuring is an inexact art so please bear in mind that you can exchange for another size if you need to.

Price: £58 Now £33
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Frequently Asked Question Which People Don't Like To Ask:

"How do I go to the ladies' in a girdle?"

You have three options:

1. Unclip your stockings from the girdle. You only need to undo the back, and possibly side, suspender clips. This also gives you a chance to straighten your seams!

2. Wear a large pair of knickers *over* the girdle, rather than under.

3. Don't wear any knickers! (but you may still need to unclip the back and perhaps side suspender clips).

 
 

Photography credits (apart from stock photos):

Modelled by Stephanie Jay, photography: Nick Halling.

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