Top 35 Corset Quotes

In this post, you will find great Corset Quotes from famous people, such as Ariana Grande, Ali Smith, Barbara Sukowa, Mireille Enos, Helena Bonham Carter. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

My performance outfits are very Marie Antoinette, spark

My performance outfits are very Marie Antoinette, sparkly corsets… and full skirts. And then we do another look that’s ’50s-inspired. Poufy skirts, big bows. Very fun, girlie and young, but otherwise, when I’m not in costume, I dress really normal.
Words are like untying a corset – you can move into this great space with them.
For ‘Rosa Luxemburg,’ I read everything by and about her, but the first time I was stuck in that corset, I got an understanding of her that I’d never had before.
When I was doing theater for all those years in New York, I did a lot of classical theater, wearing big corsets and big dresses and doing dialects. It’s interesting that once I moved to TV, I’m playing these scrappy, contemporary toughies.
Mireille Enos
I should get a few ribs taken out, because I’ll be in a corset for the rest of my life.
I think behind closed doors people behave differently no matter what period we’re looking at, because people have to stand up straight in public but can slouch behind closed doors – can you imagine wearing those corsets?
Brenda Blethyn
I would love to do a period movie. I’ve always wanted to wear the corset, you know. It’s a girl thing!
To put on a corset properly is as much of an art as to make a corset properly.
When you’re wearing a corset for a long period of time, things that were important to you hours before are no longer important, because doing them exhausts you.
I’m one of those strange beasts who really likes a corset.
The corsets I wore in The Railway Children are still in my undies drawer, a prized relic of my favourite film.
Dinah Sheridan
So wearing a corset certainly changes your state of mind.
Probably the only type of cosmetic surgery I’d consider is having my bust reduced. It’s alright for my current role in ‘The Marquise’ because it’s a costume drama, which means boned corsets and a bit of cleavage, but it’s a drag otherwise.
My most recent purchase was a black lace corset.
Lexa Doig
Chanel took women out of corsets and put them into the ‘simple little black dress,’ the perfectly tailored suit, the bell-bottom sailor pants, and jersey tops.
Corsets were a challenge in ‘Belle;’ fake nails tripped me up in ‘Blackbird.’ Guess I’m not a mani type of girl!
I’ve treated the waistcoat as if it were a corset, so that it becomes the first layer in the process of putting clothes on the body. There is constant motion between layering and revealing.
John Galliano
Yes, if you lace your corset up as snugly as is humanly possible, it will undoubtedly impede your breathing and make you more likely to faint. But it’s not certain that Victorian women really did that on a regular basis.
I have loved corsets since I was small. When I was a child, my grandmother took me to an exhibition, and they had a corset on display. I loved the flesh color, the salmon satin, the lace.
With corsets, it’s interesting when you put them on, realizing that’s what women actually wore. They’re just so constricting.
I actually enjoy wearing the corsets required in some period films.
Dinah Sheridan
I’ve never been happier to be born in this time than when I was wearing a corset.
Actors love mental disorders, dialects, and corsets. Give them one of the three and they’re happy.
Robin Tunney
Movement is very important to a character, no matter what period you’re working in. So when it came to playing Emma Jung and lacing up in the corset, it was really not a foreign thing for me.
With Daphne half the work was done for me once I was cinched into that corset. Immediately, because of the way the corset is fitted, your posture is held back, which means your head‘s up, and you are moving in a certain way.
I played crying people in corsets for a long time, but I went into acting to be a character actor.
Anna Maxwell Martin
You have to also provide a video for it, look a certain way and big hair… If you’re a woman it’s even more strange with fake fingernails and corsets and all this stuff that was big in the 80s.
You go to the gym to make sure you have the stamina to breathe in the corsets.
I can’t always be makingBritish films.’ Why should we be making films about corsets and horses and girls learning to drive when Americans send over an event movie and make five or 10 million?
Wearing a corset is extremely uncomfortable.
As someone who’s been doing a lot of classical theater recently, I loved the idea of getting to run around in Steven Alan, and not be in a corset and a wig, and not have a dialect, and get to be in a 90-minute play with no intermission, and get to do real comedy.
I'm taller than most actresses, so most corsets tend to

I’m taller than most actresses, so most corsets tend to be too short in the body.
It’s hard to act in a corset. Your breath gets cut off. You’re squashed.
Alison Elliott
Beneath the 30 pounds of makeup and corsets and gowns are real beating hearts of real people and they usually come from a place of pain.
If you look at it, the corset is a very beautiful item, but when I put one on, I realized how little you could actually move. And I’m a very physical person: I talk with my hands. And I felt how the clothes took that away from me. And that was the idea, I think. It was a way of limiting women.