Corset lacing and seasoning

Post date: 2020-03-25 09:27:06
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I recently got a corset with the intent to do tight-lacing. Questions below the fold.

I had a hard time lacing it by myself with the "bunny ears" style lacing, so I brought it to a tailor, who laced me into it. While seasoning it at home, I noticed that the top has been gapping. When I removed it, I saw that he laced it top to bottom instead of starting in the middle.

Is there a way I can lace this by myself while still in the corset, or should I find someone (after the curve has been flattened, of course) to lace me into this correctly? Also, have I done any damage by seasoning the corset when it's laced top to bottom?
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