Putting on a corset is not as complex or as difficult as it might seem. Although the first corsets were solid in the front and laced in the back, most corsets today have hook and eye closures on the front, with the back being laced up like a sneaker. Hooks and eyes are easy to manage with a little bit of practice. It's worth a try for a sexy Halloween getup or a kinky romp with that special someone.
Make sure the back of your corset is laced up right so that it's adjustable. It should have a criss-cross pattern that mimics your shoelaces.
Loosely tie the laces at the back so that they don't come through the holes and undo the back when you're dealing with the hook and eye closures up front.
Wrap the corset around your back so that the hooks and eyes are at the front.
Start with the center hooks of your corset and begin to fit the hooks into their eye holes. It's important to start at the middle -- starting at the bottom or the top and moving up or down from there could displace the hooks you've already hooked! Do at least the three or four center hooks and eyes.
Move up your corset from the middle and put each hook in its corresponding eye until the very top is hooked.
Finish up by doing the hook and eyes from the middle down to the bottom. Have a friend adjust the laces in the back to tighten the corset.