WAIST TRAINER SIZE CHART
Perfect fit = perfect curves. A critical step to ordering shapewear is identifying the size that will fit your body best. You could Order your perfect size as the waist trainer is adjustable, but we do prefer a size smaller than your current size, Never 2 size down your actually size. if it’s too tight, it will be extremely unflattering—and uncomfortable. Follow each garment’s size chart closely; you’ll find it located at the bottom of each product description. Note that some brands’ measurements may vary, so be sure to check the specific waist trainer size chart every time.
HOW TO MEASURE
For all measurements, use a fabric or vinyl measuring tape and keep it level with the ground. Don't pull too tight—you should be able to slip a finger underneath the tape.
DETERMINE THE SIZE
You may notice that the size chart on the product page might be different than the one on the product packaging. Here's why. As a leader in women’s shapewear, we strive to curate the best garments in the industry. We rigorously test each product for its effectiveness, quality and fit on a number of different body shapes and sizes. You may use the size guides below as a general rule of thumb for various types of garments. But when making a purchase, always go by our customized size chart listed on each product page or product description.
WAIST TRAINER SIZING
Below is the general sizing chart of our products. Depending on the design of the lingerie, different lingerie of the same size may differ slightly in size. We recommend customer's whose size is between two sizes to go for the next size up.
You may find it tempting to order a very small size to make your waist as tiny as possible. But waist trainers are already designed to make your waist as small as it will get based on your current waist size (plus, waist trainers tend to run small!) because they are undergarments that are intended to tighten your waist unlike normal clothing that is supposed to fit snug. In most cases, you will find that the size you order according to the chart will be tight to begin with. For this reason, we recommend that you use the size recommendations provided with the charts associated with each of our products but the general chart outlined below can be used in most instances for many of the trainers we carry. You will find that many of our trainers come standard with 3 layered rows and hooks that allow you to adjust into your trainer for that perfect fit as well as the compression you are looking for.
Your shapewear size is likely to be larger than the size you wear for regular clothing. Don’t be discouraged—it isn’t your body, it’s that brands run small! Popular brands are unfortunately the top offenders. When in doubt, always measure up! What do we mean? If you find yourself falling in between two sizes, and are unsure, always take the next size up or you will get yourself into a very uncomfortable fit and be discouraged in using your trainer, which is what we want to avoid, we wholeheartedly recommend going with the larger size. Shapewear needs to stay in place and cover the areas it is supposed to with no visible bulges or wrinkles. You can achieve that by taking accurate measurements with the size guide of the same products
For the most accurate sizing - Please refer to size chart on the product page of the product you wish to buy
Please follow the below instructions to ensure you get the most accurate measurements and the best size, DO NOT guess or assume your size! These fit differently than regular clothes!
To Take the Best Measurements:
You will need: A flexible measuring tape or non-stretchy string and a ruler.
- Remove or raise clothing.Remove your shirt or raise to just below your chest. To get an accurate measurement, you need to remove any layers of clothing blocking your waist.
- Find your waist.Use your fingers to find the top of your hips and the base of your rib cage. Your waist is the soft, fleshy section between these two bony parts. It will also be the narrowest part of your torso (Usually just above the belly button).
- Take your measurement.Stand up straight and exhale slowly. Hold the end of the tape measure at your navel and bring it around your waist to the front. The measuring tape should be parallel to the floor and fit snugly around your torso without digging into your skin.
- Read the tape.Look at the place on the tape where the zero end meets the other end of the tape measure. The location of this meeting point is your waist measurement.
- Double-check your measurement.Repeat the measurement once more to ensure the accuracy of your original measurement. If it is different from the first time, measure for a third time and take the average of the three numbers.
How do I measure my waist correctly?
Without any clothes on (or with your top raised), wrap measuring tape around your midsection and check the numbers to find the correct measurement. There are two ways to find your waist:
- The fleshy part between your ribs and hips, that will be at navel-level or just above.
- Lean to the side with your hands on your hips. Your waist is that spot on your side that folds inwards.
How do I measure my hips correctly?
With your feet together, grab some measuring tape and measure the widest part of your hips. Remember that your hip measurement should include your butt cheeks! If the tape isn’t covering the fleshier part of them, then you’re either too high or too low.
I’m different sizes according to my weight, waist and/or hips - what should I do?
- This could happen! Not all bodies were created equal and trying to standardize them is useless - size charts are just a guide to help you determine what YOUR best option is.
- If you’re still on the fence, go for what your hip size says. We’ve found that customers who based their purchases on hip size felt a lot more comfortable in their shapewear once it arrived.
- If you’re looking for extra compression, then go for waist size. This doesn’t work ALL the time, but some of us do like that extra snug fit in our tummy area. Your body, your choice!
I’m in-between sizes - What should I do?
- If everything fails and you still can’t figure out your size based on our size charts, go one size up. This has been the solution for most of our customers but, of course, it’s not 100% certain that this will be the right choice for you.
- The best way to ensure you get your right size is to get hold of a tape measure and measure your waist. Refer to the sizing chart specific for the product you are interested in.
Check out our Sizing FAQ, where you'll find answers to the most common questions about sizing. Still having trouble? We're happy to help! Speak to a Customer Service Representative by contacting us at email@example.com or WhatsApp hotline 971*** from 9:30AM to 5PM (GMT +4).
FREE EXCHANGES & EASY RETURNS
Your product still didn’t fit quite right? No problem. Just ship it back to us for a free exchange or refund. See our Return/Exchange Policy for more information.