Corsets are garments that are worn for aesthetic or medical purposes (during wearing or have a longer lasting effect) or to hold the breast and fix and train it to the desired shape (usually a smaller waist or a larger bottom). As we all know, both men and women can wear corsets, although this has been an integral part of women’s wardrobes for many years. Since the end of the 20th century, the fashion industry has borrowed the term "corset" to refer to tops, which to varying degrees mimic the appearance of traditional corsets without acting as them. Although these modern corsets and corset tops usually have lace-up or boning features, and usually mimic the historical style of corsets, they have little effect on the shape of the wearer's body, if any. Real corsets are usually made by corset manufacturers and are often suitable for all wearers.