Bridgerton’s fashion moments got us wishing we could wear corsets everyday. Start your corset collection by checking out these local brands.
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The figure hugging garment of the 1500s is making a huge comeback. Suddenly, corsets are the next big thing. How did this happen during a loungewear ridden pandemic? One word: Bridgerton. The hit series, which debuted via Netflix on Christmas Day, viewers couldn’t take their eyes off of it. Eventually, the show was able to garner a huge audience by reaching 63 million households across the globe. More than the sexual tension-filled storyline, Bridgerton showcased several incredible fashion moments. There were feathers, ruffles, silk, pearls, and of course, corsets. Ride on the new trend of the season and enjoy perusing through these local corset shops.
Closet by Mika
Who would’ve thought that a DIY project and a Carousell account could become a lucrative fashion label? Closet by Mika is a corset haven. You’ll find multiple reworked tops, as well as original designs by Mika herself. Shop at Closet by Mika here.
Modern renaissance eleganza extravaganza! Lynch offers multiple corsets that pay homage to the Age of Enlightenment. The brand also features dainty Parisian pieces that are perfect for lounging all day. Shop at Lynch here.
If you’re an advocate for sustainability, then you should take a good look at PROJECT. Lyca Faustino hand makes all the apparel in her shop from her home in Tagaytay. She reworks thrifted clothing or creates entirely new pieces using old flour sacks made from katsa fabric. Shop at PROJECT. here.
Another eco-friendly player in the game is Hello Habi. This fashion label is best known for their original corset designs using katsa fabric. They’ve got a plethora of options for fashion forward gals with sustainability in mind. Personalities such as Bea Marin, Vivoree, and Jamina Cruz have all been seen wearing Habi. Shop at Hello Habi here.
Who said corsets can’t be fun? Ooh Gah goes against the current earth-toned trend by releasing multiple corsets in fun and vibrant colors. The brand pushes the envelope just enough by debuting patterned corsets in true Madonna fashion. Shop at Ooh Gah here.
Stylist’s personal favorite, Girl’s Religion, is the dark horse of slow fashion. You may have seen Andrea Brillantes don their Alexa corset in blush for her NYLON cover shoot or Jennica Sanchez’s Instagram pics in the Jorja. If you’re looking for a one of a kind piece worth splurging on, then check out Girl’s Religion here.
Al & Co The Brand
Merging style with refinement, Al & Co., is the unexpected plot twist at the end of 2020. The brand is a pandemic baby brought about by the passion of their founder. After a successful launch, the brand has come up with new designs that are now available on their site. Style maven, Nika Higashionna, was seen out and about in their Ox corset. Shop at Al & Co The Brand here.
Their bio reads, “#PamBahayFashionAtItsFinest.” And we couldn’t agree more. Let’s make corsets a norm, people. Just Bonita has dressed multiple celebrities including Nadine Lustre, Liza Soberano, KC Concepcion, Kylie Verzosa, Ivana Alawi, and so much more in their sexy corsets. The label even creates matching pants and skirts for their line of corsets. Shop at Just Bonita here.
Heather Harris Clothing
I can hear Manila Luzon saying, “We’re the Heathers and they’re the boogers.” Now, you can officially be a Heather Babe by purchasing corsets from Heather Harris Clothing. They’ve got a wide variety of corsets from simple cuts to more elaborate designs. Shop at Heather Harris Clothing here.
We’re sure you’ve seen Capsule Culture’s dainty white corsets all over TikTok. Yup, TikTok stars are in love with the Astrid corset. Fashion influencer, V Rivera, has even showcased the corset in multiple styling videos. We’re hoping to see more corsets by Capture Culture in the future. Shop at Capsule Culture here.