How to Find The Right Plus-Size Body Shaper For You
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Finding the perfect body shaper for your body type is essential for looking and feeling your best. Plus-size women often have difficulty finding the right body shaper due to the lack of options available. It’s important to find a body shaper that fits properly and is comfortable, as an ill-fitting body shaper can be uncomfortable and cause bulge in all the wrong places. To make it easier, here’s a guide on how to find the right plus-size body shaper for you. From understanding the types of body shapers available to finding the perfect fit, this guide will help you get the most out of your body shaper and look fabulous.
Understanding the Types of Body Shapers
Shapewear is a type of body shaper that is worn under your clothes to smooth and control your body, making it look slimmer. They are made of Lycra or Spandex, and have a built-in control panel that can be adjusted to your body shape. Waspix is an extremely lightweight shapewear that is designed to be worn under any kind of clothing, making it easy to wear under business or casual attire. Full-coverage shapewear is designed to be worn over clothing, providing you with a more natural look. These are the most popular types of body shapers.
Identifying Your Body Type
To effectively find the right body shaper for you, you’ll need to first identify your body type so you can choose the right body shaper type for you. There are four body types and each one requires a different type of body shaper. Understanding your body type will help you shop for the right body shaper for your needs. Ideal Body Type: This is the most common body type, but it also has the most problems in finding the right body shaper. This body type is short and stocky with a wider-set waist. If you have this body type, you’ll need a body shaper that is full-coverage. Perfect Body Type: This body type has curves in all the right places, but is still short and stocky. If you have this body type, you’ll need a body shaper that is a combination of full and panty-shaper. Hard to Fit Body Type: This is the most difficult body type to fit, as it has curves in all the right places. If you have this body type, you will likely require a custom body shaper.
Shopping for the Right Size
Expect to take measurements twice before you find the right body shaper. The first time, you’ll need to take your own measurements and record them. The second time, you’ll need to get measurements from a friend or family member to help you find the right size. Store your measurements in a secure place, as it can be easy to lose track of them. It is important to note that one size does not fit all, so you’ll need to find the right body shaper for your body type and shape. You can do this by taking your measurements, which you can find in the previous section, and finding the right size for you. If you’re not sure what size to get, try on the shapewear a few different times until you find the fit that’s comfortable and best hides your shape.
Choosing the Fabric
When choosing your fabric, consider the type of activities you typically do, as well as how you plan to wear the body shaper. A fabric with a higher Quality of Life (Qol) rating is better for wearing during active activities. A fabric with a lower Qol rating is better for dressing during rest or relaxation activities. A fabric with a Qol rating of 59 to 60 is the best option for active wear, while a fabric with a Qol rating of 49 to 50 is best for dressing. If you’re looking to wear your body shaper during both active and relaxed activities, a fabric with a Qol rating of 60 is best.
Choosing the Right Shape
The right shape for you will depend on the activities you typically do, as well as how you plan to wear the body shaper. A shapewear with a higher Shape Quality rating is better for hiding curves. A fabric with a lower Shape Quality rating is better for smoothing and flattening your curves. A Shape Quality of 59 is best for hiding curves and smoothing, while a Shape Quality of 50 is best for flattening. If you plan to wear your body shaper during both active and relaxed activities, a Shape Quality of 59 is best.
To find the right body shaper, you’ll need to first get your measurements. This can be done easily by visiting your local plus-size retailer or taking measurements with a friend. Make sure you write down all your measurements, as they can be easily forgotten. Once you have your measurements, you can find the right body shaper for you by using the chart below and following it step by step.
Try On the Body Shaper
Try on the body shaper in the same way you would a dress or bra. Wearing the body shaper on a hanger or in a bag will not give you an accurate idea of how it will feel on your body. Try on the body shaper as you would a dress or bra so you get an accurate idea of how it feels on your body. Once you have it on and are comfortable, inspect the garment for quality and make sure all the zippers and snaps work properly. Make sure the underwire is not pressing into your breast tissue, and that the band is not too tight or too loose.
Finding the Right Color and Style
Finding the right color and style for your body shaper is important for completing your look. Ideally, you should find a body shaper that complements your skin tone and can be worn with many different colors and styles. If you’re looking for the right color, consider the colors in your wardrobe. You can also consider colors that complement your skin tone, such as pink for a pale-skinned woman or orange for a dark-skinned woman. If you’re looking for the right style, consider your lifestyle. What activities do you typically do? Does the body shaper you wear help you complete those activities? If you’re looking for the right body shaper, consider how you typically dress, whether it’s casually or more formally.
Choosing the Perfect Undergarment
There’s no such thing as the perfect body shaper, as no two bodies are the same. However, there are a few factors that can help you choose the perfect body shaper for you. These factors include your body type, activity level, and what you’re willing to invest in the body shaper. Your body type will help you choose the right body shaper for you. If you have an ideal body type, you’ll need to choose a body shaper that is full-coverage. If you have a hard to fit body type, you’ll need to choose a body shaper with a custom fit. Activity level will help you choose the right body shaper for you. If you’re an active person, you’ll need a body shaper that is best for hiding your curves, while a body shaper for those who are less active will help you smooth and flatten your curves.