- Ann Chery Size Guide
Ann Chery Size Guide
Get The Ann Chery Waist Trainer Size Right. Our Ann Chery Size Chart is made out of client's reviews and Real Measurements to fit you perfect.
Pairing a beautiful curvy shape with posture-improving spinal support, Ann Chery waist trainers are made of quality latex and nylon with reinforced closures to help create a flawless hourglass figure.
The most important consideration when purchasing an Ann Chery Waist Trainer is getting your size correct. Too big and your waist cincher won’t be able to do its job properly. Too small and you won’t be able to wear it safely or comfortably. Note however that all correctly sized waist trainers will be hard to do up at first – this is entirely normal and within a few weeks will get much easier.
What to consider with the Ann Chery Size Chart
When purchasing an Ann Chery waist trainer, regardless of any style, WAIST size is the important measurement to get correct. Your waist is the narrowest part of your torso. A woman's waistline is just above the naval. Use a flexible tape measure, or string that you can measure against a hard measuring implement, and pull it snugly around your waist following the natural contours. It shouldn’t be too tight or too loose. Make sure the measurement is in inches and once you have your waist size consult the Ann Chery size guide and purchase the correct size garment for your waist measurement.
The Ann Chery size chart has been compiled using 'real world' measurements and by listening to the people who matter – ladies like yourself who wear these quality shaping garments with pride and satisfaction.
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