Rating (aka Roasting) Historical Movie Corsets

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  • Michi Melody

    Michi Melody

    10 giorni fa

    Ahhh I was waiting and hoping you would go over les miserables!

  • Alice Bourne

    Alice Bourne

    10 giorni fa

    1:44 Gone With the Wind
    4:17 Amadeus
    5:07 Titanic
    5:44 Jane Eyre
    6:36 Pirates of the Caribbean
    7:31 Anna Karenina
    8:34 Phantom of the Opera
    9:20 Marie Antoinette
    10:00 Dangerous Liaisons
    10:24 Young Victoria
    11:11 Meet Me in St. Louis
    12:32 The Prestige
    14:11 The Piano
    15:52 Picnic at Hanging Rock

  • Agata Kowalik

    Agata Kowalik

    11 giorni fa

    The costumes in Anna Karenina with Keira Knightly are so fantastic!

  • bonk

    bonk

    15 giorni fa

    Pride and prejudice 2005 also had a corset scenes

  • Savanah Peridot

    Savanah Peridot

    16 giorni fa

    Here’s the thing about Phantom of the opera... they use corsets excessively in the movie where structured bodices are used in the stage musical. In the musical, there is only actually 1 scene where she actually wears just what I would call a corset, and it is part of her costume in the opera she’s in. Also in the movie, what Christine wears during the “point of no return” scene, is way over s3xualized compared to what she wears in the musical. Please look at pictures, it’s very different

  • Lauren Mack

    Lauren Mack

    19 giorni fa

    You should review the corsets in the “always be a bride” scene in 7brides for 7 brothers! No tight lacing scene, and they seem to actually give them the proper shape.

  • Gabe Gafford

    Gabe Gafford

    20 giorni fa

    in the pirates of the Caribbean, i personally excuse the context because it was supposed to be the latest fashion of london so maybe the maids didnt know how tight to lace the corset. i believe it was implied that it was laced too tight on accident or maybe the corset itself was made for someone smaller.

  • Macaroni and Cliches

    Macaroni and Cliches

    21 giorno fa

    Nooooo kitty has a headache!

  • Carin Fonk

    Carin Fonk

    21 giorno fa

    I literally want a corset to HELP with my back pain. I do a lot of work that puts a lot of strain on my back and it would be great if some of that pressure was relieved by some good support and boning.

  • Lexie Conway

    Lexie Conway

    21 giorno fa

    Ooh so fun story, my costume teacher at the time was one of the costume cutters on picnic at hanging Rock and she said that every time the design team moved toward a more historical silhouette (even the smallest of bum pads ) they were shut down and told that it wasn't the look they were going for.... so you obviously can't expect too much

  • Wordy Goddess

    Wordy Goddess

    23 giorni fa

    Rating (aka Roasting) Historical Costume Roasts: 5 outta 10 Camera icons.

  • TheAp397

    TheAp397

    23 giorni fa

    2:11 the lady on the left looks likes shes saying "scuse me bish the fuck..."

  • WillN2Go1

    WillN2Go1

    25 giorni fa

    Jane Eyre the novel. You might enjoy learning that Charles Dickens said he didn't need to read Jane Eyre, had absolutely no interest. Yet, based on what he'd heard about Jane Eyre, that it was a first person novel from a child's point of view, he then wrote David Copperfield. David Copperfield is through the entire book a victim of his circumstances, with interludes of happiness, until near the end when he finally is successful taking his own action.
    Jane Eyre on the other hand is front and center throughout Charlotte Bronte's novel. She was intentionally portrayed as a skinny, not very attractive nothing (Eyre= air) and yet in every scene she is the master of her world. A favorite scene is when she's out walking and meets Rochester for the first time. She is out walking on his estate, working for him; he is on a large horse, is physically imposing, deep voice, accompanied by a 150 lb dog - yet when his horse slips on the ice and he hurts his foot her first words are to offer to help him, which she does. Unlike Copperfield, she is the center of every scene in the novel - even if, in the context of society and events she is subservient to everyone else. It's brilliant. After her aborted wedding, when she leaves everything and walks away it's such a powerful assertion of independence I can only think that Bronte herself must have done this herself. (And Dickens must have been an abused child - probably everyone was. But he never rose above it, made it a strength. Charlotte Bronte did.) I love Dickens, and Austen, but Jane Eyre is the most empowering (English language) novel of the 19th century.

  • Tiffany Farmer

    Tiffany Farmer

    26 giorni fa

    Oh my goodness her cat is the best 4:14

  • litam tondy

    litam tondy

    28 giorni fa

    Honestly it feels like Titanic deserved more.

  • Algrenion

    Algrenion

    28 giorni fa

    okay while i know that Amadeus' costume design is not historically accurate like at all
    i do have to admit... i think it deserved the oscar. That movie just looks so god damn good... and everything else about it.... mmmm delicious cinema......

  • Hannah Kelland

    Hannah Kelland

    28 giorni fa

    I also am interested in fashion history and history of fashion

  • Hollow Jack

    Hollow Jack

    29 giorni fa

    (war flashbacks to the corset scene in black butler)

  • galanie

    galanie

    29 giorni fa

    I'm not really interested in fashion. But I do love history and accuracy in portraying history. You are great! I mean I'm not yet 70 but from what I've seen you are absolutely right there spot on accurate. Great job and I'm watching more than I thought I would hehe. Also your look is always perfect for the theme. Perhaps I'm prejudiced because my mother was a vet of the Navy during WWII (so was my dad but we're talking women's fashion here) and she was partial to hair like you wear yours and red lipstick. She always wore red lipstick and never changed.

  • Rachel McDonough

    Rachel McDonough

    Mese fa

    I'm not a fashion historian but I work at a rather conscientious renaissance fair and I couldn't get through The Tudors because NO ONE WAS WEARING HATS!!!! And why was King Henry SO CASUAL AND SCHLUBBY ALL THE TIME!?

  • calicolyon

    calicolyon

    Mese fa

    Padding is key! Learned that from Bernadette!

  • calicolyon

    calicolyon

    Mese fa

    You're too kind with your numbers! :) When you were describing the movies I was thinking this is going to be a 2 and you gave them a 4.

  • sniffthecactus duh

    sniffthecactus duh

    Mese fa

    Where is Pride and Prejudice?!

  • Grizzabella Glamour

    Grizzabella Glamour

    Mese fa

    I hate the Phantom of the Opera Film. It is so diffrent from the original musical, in a bad way. I watched the musical many times and the outfits and the singers are so much better. The lyrics are diffrent, which fits better in the rhythm. I just hate the musical into film thing. I just don't get why. Funfact: There was a cats "film" before the actual film, which feautred one at this time the actual musical cast. They did the musical without the guests and filmed it. I actually have the DvD. And I did a costume of Christines Mask ball outfit, when I was younger. And I sung "Think of me" with my sing teacher.

  • Paige

    Paige

    Mese fa

    I think in gone with the wind the corset lacing scenes are intended more for emphasizing scarlett's vanity especially since after she had Bonnie there is a scene where she lament's her waist size. This probably sparked the trope

  • Seamstress Celeste

    Seamstress Celeste

    Mese fa

    I think that at least part of the the problem with the lacing in Anna Karenina could be caused by the way she was wearing it. The imae you showed has the corset over top of the bum roll and crinoline, which would add volume to the hips and cause the wrinkling on the sides.

  • Natalie N.

    Natalie N.

    Mese fa

    Completely amazed with your body of knowledge. Wow! Thank you

  • gioppikappa

    gioppikappa

    Mese fa

    What about moulin rouge?

  • Carol Shuturan

    Carol Shuturan

    Mese fa

    Sense and Sensibility with Emma Thompson and Kate Winslet.

  • Sarah Ready

    Sarah Ready

    Mese fa

    There probably aren’t many people who’ve seen Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella with Brandy and Whitney Houston but there’s a tightlacing scene in that movie as well.

  • Kat Wernery

    Kat Wernery

    Mese fa

    You rock for showcasing Meet Me in St. Louis!! It was her sister

  • Jaded Belle

    Jaded Belle

    Mese fa

    *insert haunting panpipe music*
    I'm surprised moulin rogue didn't make the list. I'm also really surprised anyone outside of australia has heard of picnic at hanging rock. Every schoolchild in australia has been made to watch it at some point.
    White was a big theme in picnic at hanging rock to emphasize the whole 'purity and innnocence' vibe so i've got a feeling having all white corsets was more about the asthetics than anything

    • L C

      L C

      Mese fa

      I agree about the whole aesthetic thing in Picnic at Hanging Rock, also I went and rewatched the corset scene and they aren’t really lacing them tightly at all, it seems pretty normal to me. Also a lot of the the adults in the film have very prominent silhouettes and are obviously fitted with nicely shaping corsets.

  • tsurah5

    tsurah5

    Mese fa

    I’m so happy picnic at hanging rock showed up in this. ❤️❤️
    I haven’t seen it for so many years, I forgot there were corsets in it.

  • lita

    lita

    Mese fa

    another movie I remember that has a corset showing was Snowhite and the Huntsman I believe though again it was a typical tight lacing scene :(

  • Dorothy Willis

    Dorothy Willis

    Mese fa

    About sleeping in a corset. In the American "Little House" series of books, classed as children's books but also read by adults, at one time the main character, Laura, mentions that her sister, Mary, sleeps in her corset although Laura herself just can't do it. These books are semi-autobiographical, and were written by Laura Ingalls Wilder about her own life, so it seems unlikely she would make up something like that. If you want to look up the reference, I believe it is in the book called "Little Town on the Prairie." I think you might enjoy this book and the next one in order, "These Happy Golden Years." Laura talks a lot about her clothes and those of her sister, Mary, and gives a lot of interesting details about them.

  • Vivienne Ngo

    Vivienne Ngo

    Mese fa

    Does anybody know which series or movie she's referencing at 6:00?

  • Lillian Bowen

    Lillian Bowen

    Mese fa

    I love what you're wearing , hair and make up included.

  • NapierProductions

    NapierProductions

    Mese fa

    Anyone have thoughts about the corsets from "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers"? (The actresses said they were really comfy.)

  • nellie werger

    nellie werger

    Mese fa

    Seven brides for seven brothers

  • Jessica Girl

    Jessica Girl

    Mese fa

    I love the piano

  • Meg Trexler

    Meg Trexler

    Mese fa

    Did they sell corsets in stores or was your only option to get them custom made?
    Edit: in the 1600s-1800s

  • Megan Box

    Megan Box

    Mese fa

    I would love to hear your thoughts on the corsets and other 1860s undergarments in The King and I (original version)!

  • Victoria Martinez

    Victoria Martinez

    Mese fa

    you forgot sense and sensibility. It has corsets (I think) and I remember thinking that her boob might fall out of her dress at one point. Check it out if you haven't seen it already.

  • Leanne Robinson

    Leanne Robinson

    Mese fa

    WAit im crying ur kittie is fr face in pillow thinking too deeply

  • Leanne Robinson

    Leanne Robinson

    Mese fa

    Ur editing is perf

  • Shandean

    Shandean

    Mese fa

    I would love to hear your opinion about the movie Orlando.

  • A really sad lesbian

    A really sad lesbian

    Mese fa

    What i don’t understand is why they couldn’t hire professionals that know wtf they’re doing

  • diane cheney

    diane cheney

    Mese fa

    Gangs of New York

  • diane cheney

    diane cheney

    Mese fa

    Fancy Pants. Murder on the Orient Express has corsets from different times. Like the old Russian Lady and the German Companion

  • diane cheney

    diane cheney

    Mese fa

    Sherlock Holmes, the Jeremy Britt version

  • diane cheney

    diane cheney

    Mese fa

    Oh boy corset movies. Cut Throat Island, Sweeney Todd, Downtown Abbey, Penny Dreadful, The Great Train Robbery, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Four Feathers, Anna Karinina,

  • Taylor Kestner

    Taylor Kestner

    Mese fa

    i would click on a video with "stays or bodices" in the title lmao

  • skandarkeynes _ skandarians

    skandarkeynes _ skandarians

    Mese fa

    Could you review The Vampire Diaries please? They have amazing Victorian flashback scenes (1864) although I’m not sure how accurate they are! I’d really appreciate your opinions as you’re definitely the best person to ask about this aha!

  • Christy T

    Christy T

    Mese fa

    Sadly, corsets often get ordered and are not ordered from companies that focus on historical accuracy. Then there are always the actors who are specific about the shape they want to be seen in and the costume designer can’t force the issue. These are reasons I moved back to the Midwest and went back to school in the sciences.

  • Christy T

    Christy T

    Mese fa

    I can’t tolerate bad undergarments. The shape is wrong and I’m off to analyzing everything else...down to set and lighting.

  • poltergeist ;-;

    poltergeist ;-;

    Mese fa

    Wow the costumes in the Phantom of the Opera *movie* sucks as well. Who would've thought. :/

  • Amanda Roland

    Amanda Roland

    Mese fa

    Have you checked out Stanley Kubrick - Barry Lyndon?

  • Nic

    Nic

    Mese fa

    They should get a bonus point for wearing a chemise under the corset/stay. Or lose a point of they don't. Either way, tight-lacing a corset on bare skin should definitely lose points. 😄

  • livi

    livi

    Mese fa

    I couldn't watch bridgerton because of the outfits...

  • Chrystal Frost

    Chrystal Frost

    Mese fa

    No chemise/shift under the corset/stays drives me nuts.

  • Ilana Bergsagel

    Ilana Bergsagel

    Mese fa

    What about Seven Brides for Seven Brothers? I am curious about your thoughts on those corsets!

  • Kayla Hall

    Kayla Hall

    Mese fa

    Seven brides for seven brothers
    Little women, the 90s and the new bad one
    Sarah plain and tall

  • CHZ !

    CHZ !

    Mese fa

    Karolina is with corsets like I am with "Greek mithology" movies

  • Ace Q

    Ace Q

    Mese fa

    I was watching Game Of Thrones the other day and Sansa wears a corset on bare skin in this one scene and it made me want to die

  • Loren Wood

    Loren Wood

    Mese fa

    scarlett o'hara's character was super vain and in the book it mentions she tightlaced so she could have the smallest waist in the state. So the tightlacing scene is actually accurate to her

  • Mary Dixon

    Mary Dixon

    Mese fa

    How about Interview With The Vampire?

  • MoggiesTen

    MoggiesTen

    Mese fa

    Did anyone mention House of Wax?

  • Alexandra

    Alexandra

    Mese fa

    I have a project about this. I swear you sound so educated I'm aboutta use her as a source lmao

  • Fadlina Raisya

    Fadlina Raisya

    Mese fa

    I just have a question, do you wear a corset right onto your skin?

  • fligglebobbin

    fligglebobbin

    Mese fa

    My theater club did Dangerous Liaisons. It has since been referred to as "Dangerous Lesbians". You're welcome.

  • Matty Morissette

    Matty Morissette

    Mese fa

    Think Titanic should have been an 8.

  • lia

    lia

    Mese fa

    5:00 they're not even wearing a shift?;?+?;?+?+?

  • francesco sheeran

    francesco sheeran

    Mese fa

    The thing with the tightlacing in gone whith the Wind Is that in the book Scarlett Is incredibly vain and wears her corset way too tight...that's why she's tightlacing in the movie

  • Marcos Sousa

    Marcos Sousa

    Mese fa

    You just owned a subscriber with that Campion's The Piano mention

  • Megan - SoLa Slice of Life

    Megan - SoLa Slice of Life

    Mese fa

    Please take a look at the costumes from bridgerton on Netflix! It’s an interesting mess costume wise but I love it

  • Skops Faison

    Skops Faison

    Mese fa

    Pleeeaase talk about portrait of a lady on fire, I love that movie and Id really love to know how historically accurate the costumes are. I love your content btw

  • Sally Moore

    Sally Moore

    Mese fa

    I give you Roman Polanski's Tess of the Dourbevilles, the bbc series Poldark and Dowton Abbey. The BBC known to Brits as Auntie, pride themselves on accuracy in wardrobe and furnishings to the period.

  • E.Z. Lee

    E.Z. Lee

    2 mesi fa

    I'd love to hear your thoughts on the costuming of the 1973 version of Three Musketeers, especially Geraldine Chaplin, Faye Dunaway, and hilariously, Raquel Welch.

  • George Saint

    George Saint

    2 mesi fa

    Ha. You forgot the obvious one: Moulin Rouge.
    And there is also this BBC Victorian Drama series called: "Fingersmith" (after the novel). But yeah you were doing movies only now. But any next time check it out.
    With my unprofessional eye, and mere male gaze, I thought that drama was very nice. They also got the hair, period correct I think.

  • Fell Hermit

    Fell Hermit

    2 mesi fa

    In the movie mirror mirror with Julia Roberts
    There’s a scene where they’re tightening a corset with this big ridiculous contraption
    But that was sort of the evil queens thing (tight corsets, ridiculous dresses) but they could of done it better
    But at least she had underwear and not just naked

  • leyly

    leyly

    2 mesi fa

    For Gone With the Wind: it is true that the corsets were grossly inaccurate in shape, but the tightlacing was done because Scarlett as a whole is a very vain character. In the books, there's a whole bunch of bragging about a 16-inch waist or something and also about how she has to get her waist down back to a 16 after she has Bonnie. There's also a scene where the excuse for not having babies is that she wants to keep her figure slim.

  • ceva tip pe net

    ceva tip pe net

    2 mesi fa

    Can you talk about Murdoch Mysteries?

  • Andrew Smith

    Andrew Smith

    2 mesi fa

    I’ve been meaning to check out Picnic at Hanging Rock. Apparently the book is considered Australia’s greatest novel and my mum said the movie is really good too.

  • Lucía c:

    Lucía c:

    2 mesi fa

    She's like the TwoSetViolin of corsets lmao

  • Wendy Here

    Wendy Here

    2 mesi fa

    fashion history, history of fashion

  • benkenobisgirl

    benkenobisgirl

    2 mesi fa

    I’m new to your videos, but enjoying them tremendously. I immediately thought of McLintock!, a 1963 western starring John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara. Probably the farthest thing from accurate!

  • Bob Airhart

    Bob Airhart

    2 mesi fa

    Karolina you are a fine historian-keep it up!

  • jaco con7os

    jaco con7os

    2 mesi fa

    Omg i really love Amadeus, but the inaccuracy really ruined it XD

  • Heather Craig

    Heather Craig

    2 mesi fa

    Honestly I thought the yellow corsets in the thumbnail were rubber ducks at first (maybe I should put on my glasses) but a great scale for rating things none the less.

  • Hawkii Birdii

    Hawkii Birdii

    2 mesi fa

    "I don't think we have seen Victoria's underwear"
    The person who owns her underwear: *Nothing is impossible*

  • jenniewilliamsmural

    jenniewilliamsmural

    2 mesi fa

    Oooooo - how about Perfume, Story of a Murderer - Laura's stays? What a fine film it is.

  • Tru Hill

    Tru Hill

    2 mesi fa

    Hero! I do a bunch of community theatre plays and musicals, and the theatre troupe that I do a majority of my work with is a stickler for historical fashion accuracy. I played Ms. Lovett from Sweeney Todd and wore a corset. I was able to dance, sing, and basically just to physically hard things to do all while wearing a corset (or I guess it was a stay? It took place in 1875 so correct me if I’m wrong) and it was just fine! I never felt like I couldn’t breath or like I was being squeezed too tight. My only complaint is that it forced me to keep proper posture xD which I guess isnt a very big deal but I’m a sloucher so my back and shoulders did get a bit tired.

  • Loki Over Thor

    Loki Over Thor

    2 mesi fa

    how about the movie a little chaos?

  • No

    No

    2 mesi fa

    scale should have been halloween store corset to actual victorian corset

  • SugarBugX

    SugarBugX

    2 mesi fa

    Have you done any videos on outlander?

  • { KitKat }

    { KitKat }

    2 mesi fa

    Same!
    I watched 1917 and it showed a Indian (idk if he was Indian- I'm just guessing) man in a truck full of British people, Which he wouldnt be there! He would be in a truck with other Indians, it kinda threw me off...
    (No, not trying to be racist, The move is ment to be historically correct but...That single part wasnt historically correct.)

  • Maddie Kish

    Maddie Kish

    2 mesi fa

    Boom

  • Heide Carrion

    Heide Carrion

    2 mesi fa

    I love the way you look in a side part. It's so charming.

  • T. Drake

    T. Drake

    2 mesi fa

    The first time I heard the corset tightening trope was from Laura Ingalls Wilder's books, which was supposedly a first-hand account. (This is a really popular, semi-autobiographical series about a 19th century US settler family.) I believed the corset tropes for a long time because of this. Thoughts?

  • Crushed Velvet

    Crushed Velvet

    2 mesi fa

    That still of the girls in a row tight lacing eachothers corsets reminds me of my mom and her sisters having to help eachother get their jeans zipped. Back in the 70s, when super high waisted skin tight flare jeans were fashionable, my mom and her sisters would each take turns lying flat on the bed sucking in their stomachs while the other one took a metal clothes hanger looped through the end of the zipper and pulled and pulled until they were closed enough to quickly button them.