Adventurer Map Corset Jacket

Adventurer Map Corset Jacket


This steampunk corset jacket we have to say is our favorite! Amazing for Steam-punk, Gothic, pirate, renaissance or just for an everyday going out looks with pants!

This Version is made with a gorgeous map fabric down the center 2 front panels with your choice of color for the rest of the jacket in a lush corresponding silk.

It can be worn with a skirt, as a corset, or with pants to dinner. It is so versatile and so flattering you will wonder why you never had one before. It is great for gals with curves as well.

Is made from a rich silk of your color choice on the outside and then a fabulous contrast fabric in the first front panels. Boned with steel and ridge line with four support layers of fabric. Seams are covered with an elegant soft velvet ribbon. Laced in back with a satin ribbon.

Can be made in other colors.
Outside is made in a solid color silk.
Follow link to see available all of the colors.

The middle can be our
-WORLD MAP Main Map (shown Made up)
- SEVEN SEA Blue Ship Map
-GULF of MEXICO Red Rust Map

Made with a mix of steel and soft boning for the perfect support and silhouette with about 4-5 layers of fabric including canvas for strength.

Takes 8-10 weeks to create. Sent to you via priority mail for domestic shipments which takes 2-3 days and international which takes 1-6 weeks depending on time of year and country, message us for shipping upgrades.

 Dry Clean or spot clean


Custom to your size

**Use a soft measuring tape, this can be purchased at Joann’s or Michaels or even a general retail store
When measuring, measure around the fullest part of the bust, over the nipple and around the back keeping the tape even.
Please also include your cup size.

For the waist, measure the Natural waist which generally the smallest part of your torso or about an inch to 2 above your belly button.

-Torso Length: From your waist to e top of your armpit with you arm hanging naturally

-Around your Bicep

-Arm Length
 Measure from the tip of your shoulder down your arm to where you would like the sleeve to end. Do this bent and unbent and send both measurements.

-Forearm: Around the thickest part of your forearm

-Wrist: Around your wrist
How to Measure:


Please message us with any questions at

1st photos by Jen Montgoemry Photography
Last red one by Christa Dickson

Main Color:
Map Option:
Add To Cart