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How to tell if your waist trainer and shapewear are right for you?

How to tell if your waist trainer and shapewear are right for you?

How to tell if your waist trainer and shapewear are right for you?

 

The first step to figuring out whether or not your waist trainer is too tight or loose is determining if it fits comfortably around your body. This will help you decide whether or not the trainer is comfortable enough for everyday wear, as well as determine whether or not it's causing any damage to your skin.

Step 1: Put the trainer on and see if it feels too tight or if it's pressing against your skin in an uncomfortable way.

  • Put on your waist trainer, and make sure that it feels comfortable. If it's too tight or too loose, then you need to size up or down respectively.

Wearing a waist trainer can be uncomfortable if it's not the right fit for your body type and shape, so here's how to tell if yours is good.

Sculptshe Neoprene Double Belts Waist Trainer Vest

Step 2: Put your hands inside the trainer

Step 2: Put your hands inside the trainer and try to pull the two sides apart. If you can do this easily, then the waist trainer is too loose. If they're hard to pull apart, then it's too tight.

If you're able to get them apart easily with no resistance at all (like if there's a zipper or Velcro), then congratulations! Your fit is good!

Step 3: Make sure that you can fit your hand between your body and the waist trainer

Make sure that you can fit your hand between your body and the waist trainer. If you can put more than one finger in there, then it's too loose. If you can't fit your hand in there—even if it's just barely—it's too tight.

 

Sculptshe Tummy Wrap Waist Trainer

Step 4: Try doing your normal daily activities while wearing the waist trainer.  

Now that you have your waist trainer in hand and are ready to start wearing it. It's time to try doing your normal daily activities while wearing the waist trainer. If you feel like it is digging into your skin then it's too small but if it feels like it's slipping down then you need to go up a size.

Backless Shapewear

Backless shapewear is a great way to improve your body shape and make it look slimmer. However, there are many types of backless shapewear available and some may fit better than others. Here is how you can tell if your backless shapewear is fitting well.

Your backless shapewear should be a little tight

The fit of your shapewear should be a little tight, but not so tight that you are uncomfortable to wear. If you can’t breathe comfortably in the garment or feel like it is squeezing your chest or shoulders uncomfortably, then it is too tight.

If the tag says “Maternity” or “Plus Size” on it then this could mean that they fit differently than regular sizes so check out how they were designed specifically for larger sizes instead of just being scaled up versions of normal dresses/shorts etc.

Sculptshe Body Sculpt Backless Shapewear

A good fitting shapewear will make you more confident!

Shapewear is not just for the beach. It can be worn to help improve your body shape, feel more confident and look good in everyday clothes.

Let’s face it: We all have those days where we don’t want to pull out our usual shapewear because we feel like it would be too tight or uncomfortable to wear under our clothes. Thankfully, there are plenty of options out there that will fit comfortably and make sure that you look great without having to worry about how they may affect your figure while trying them on!

If you are struggling with backless shapewear, don’t worry! You can find solutions for your problem by reading this article. Hopefully, we have given you some useful tips and tricks on how to tell if your backless shapewear is really good fit or not. If you still have doubts about whether the product is suitable for you or not, feel free to contact our customer service representatives who will be happy to help!

 

 

 

 

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