This is a prototype designed to show off Paul’s beautiful and original cameos. A cincher is bigger than a belt, smaller than an underbust corset. It will dramatically accent whatever you wear, moving easily between costuming and a night out. Wear it with a flowing skirt, slinky gown, or even jeans.
The Victorian style cincher features an elegant cameo of Flora (based on an antique roman sculpture of the goddess of spring) accented with scrolls, lace, rivets and scales. Painted in gold, cream, black and leather brown. Lacing is brown ribbon. 6″ wide at the center. Fits waists 27″ to 35″
The cinchers are meant to sit at waist level. They lace criss-cross style in the back through 8 sturdy D-rings. This cincher is 26″ long, not including the lacing, and 6″ wide in the center. The lacing is part of the style and also allows adjustability for size. A lacing width of 4″ to 8″ is recommended but it could be shorter or longer to your taste (see photo for a visual on that).
photo 1 & 3: Tempus Fugit Design with Tristin Vitriol, and 4 with Whitney Diane