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Glow-in-the-Dark Corset: Light up the Dance Floor, Literally.

by Hazel Chua

Literally be the light and life of the party by putting on your high heels and getting there dressed in this sexy lace-up neck corset. The piping on the dress only glows in the dark, so it’ll look like you’ve got a plain old corset on in the light.

But when the lights go out… That’s when all the fun begins.


You’ll need to “charge” the dress up before you go clubbing, though. Just expose it to a bright light source for a minimum of ten minutes, although an hour is recommended for luminescence that will last for up to 12 hours in a darkened room.

If you see your glow start to fade, then just pop into a bathroom and bask in the glow of the fluorescent lights for about ten minutes before heading back out and into the scene.

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From the looks of the design, I think you’ll be a real head-turner with or without the glowing action.


The Glow-in-the-dark corset is made by Artifice Clothing and is priced at $60(USD).

[via Gadgets Matrix]

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