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how to know what size waist trainer you need

August 28, 2018

If you're looking into buying a waist trainer, you might be a bit confused about what size you should buy. After all, the purpose of a waist trainer is to cinch in your waist, so you can't just buy a trainer that fits the same as a form-fitting dress. You need to find a size that will adequately pull you in while also leaving you enough room that you can fasten it. You'll also want a trainer that can adjust so that as you move down an inch or two you'll be able to continue your progress by pulling it tighter. Here is how you figure out what size waist trainer you need. 

Five Measurements


There are four places that you need to measure to know your size: underbust, natural waist, upper hip, and torso length. 

Bust


You only need to take this measurement if you plan on buying an overbust waist trainer. While topless or wearing an unpadded bra, measure around your chest at the fullest part. 

Underbust


To measure your underbust, find the point around your ribcage that is just below your bra. Pull the tape measure taut but not so tight that it is pulling into your skin. This is your underbust measurement. 

Natural Waist


The next step is to measure your natural waist. This is the smallest part of your waist, which usually lines up with your belly button. Measure around this part the same way you did with your underbust. 

Hips


The next step is to measure your hips. To do this, measure just below your hip bone. This measurement is slightly different than when you are measuring for a dress. You aren't looking for the fullest part of your hips because the corset will not come down that far. 

Torso Length


The final step is to measure your torso length. Sit in a chair and, sitting up straight, place the end of the measuring tape just under your bust. Run the tape down to your thigh. The distance between the two points is your torso length. 

Finding Your Size


You'll want to choose a corset that is about four inches smaller than your natural waist. This will give you enough room that you can fasten the trainer, but it will be tight enough that you will see progress. 

It's possible to find the waist trainer that will help you lose inches. But make sure that you take the time to measure properly because trainers fit differently than regular clothing.

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