Energy Waist Trainer By Nina T / August 30, 2017 Share Tweet Pin Share Have you heard all the hype about waist trainers? Are you keen to try one for yourself and watch your silhouette transform? Are you totally confused about where to start when it comes to waist trainer sizes? Not to worry.Whilst the waist training market can appear incredibly overwhelming, this helpful guide is not. I’ll tell you exactly what to look for when it comes to finding the right size and fit for your needs.All you have to do is buy your waist trainer and watch your waistline slim right before your very eyes! Page Contents1 Getting The Correct Measurements2 Are All Waist Trainer Brands the Same Size?3 Are All Waist Trainers The Same Length?4 Do I Have To Buy A New Waist Trainer When I Lose Weight?5 Consider Your Personal Style6 In Conclusion Getting The Correct Measurements The first step to ensuring that you buy the correct sized waist trainer is learning how to take your measurements. This is especially important if you’re buying your waist trainer online and have no way of trying it on for size.Whilst your waist measurement is clearly the most important measurement, it’s still worthwhile to note how to measure your bust and hips.Bust Measure around the fullest part of your bust.WaistThis measurement is taken from two inches above your belly button. Be careful not to pull the tape too tight or your measurement might be too small. As you want your waist trainer to be a tight fit, this may be tempting to do. However, waist trainers are already made to be figure-hugging, so you can rest assured yours will be tight enough!HipsMeasure around the fullest part of the hips. Are All Waist Trainer Brands the Same Size? The simple answer to this is ‘no’. If you find yourself frequently pondering the question ‘what waist trainer size should I get?’, I suggest you follow the size guide set out by each brand. You’ll easily find a table with measurements that correspond to a size.All you have to do is measure yourself carefully and correctly, as outlined above, and you’ll find yourself buying the correct waist trainer size. If you’re still unsure about the correct size, err on the side of caution and go with the larger size.Always check the returns policy on your waist trainer and be sure to try it on (over a tank top) immediately upon receiving it in case you need to send it back. Are All Waist Trainers The Same Length? Unfortunately, this is another ‘no’ answer. Just as all our bodies are different, so are waist trainers. If you’re particularly long or short in the torso, be mindful of the length of the waist trainer.Whilst most waist trainers are adjustable, allowing for some leeway when it comes to sizing, it’s nigh on impossible to lengthen or shorten a waist trainer.If your waist trainer doesn't fit your torso, it’ll be uncomfortable and won’t give you the desired silhouette. Look for styles that cater for your specific needs, there are plenty of them, and make your purchase accordingly. Do I Have To Buy A New Waist Trainer When I Lose Weight? Most people have the aim of achieving a long-term result when using a waist trainer, so buying a new one every time you drop a couple of inches would be tedious and costly. The good news is that almost all waist trainers are adjustable, using velcro, hook-and-eye closures or lacing ribbons, to vary the tightness.Of course, if you lose a significant amount of weight, you may need to purchase a smaller size, but for the most part, your waist trainer should downsize with you during your weight loss journey. Consider Your Personal Style If you’re looking for an immediate, drastic change in your waistline, your needs will be different to someone looking for a more subtle, long-term change. Equally, if you've worn waist trainers before, a tighter fit may suit you fine.Consider how frequently you plan to wear the waist trainer and what you'll be doing whilst wearing it.Answering these questions honestly will help you decide whether to buy a slightly smaller or larger waist trainer. Finally, listen to your body. If your waist trainer is uncomfortable, consider changing it. In Conclusion So there you have it, a guide on how to find the right waist trainer size for your needs. Remember to take your measurements accurately and follow the size guidelines set out by the individual brand to ensure you’re happy with your purchase.This will help guarantee you achieve your desired result from wearing awaist trainer!