How do I figure out what size I am?
When shopping for shapewear, it’s important to find the perfect fit. That’s why on each of our product pages, you’ll find an easy to follow size guide that’ll show you where to measure to figure out your desired size and fit. All you need is a measuring tape!
Once you know your size, stick to it...
How do I find my fit?
Know your size and stick to it. Women sometimes pick a size down for extra control however this can cause a lot of discomforts and can actually make you look bigger.
Use a fabric measuring tape to check your measurements and refer to the size guide on each product page to find the right size.
How do I take my body measurements correctly?
When measuring the lower hip, please ensure the tape is measuring the widest part of your bottom. If you find yourself in-between sizes, size down for a firm fit or size up for a more relaxed fit:
When measuring the bust, position the tape around the fullest part of the breast. When measuring ...
I bought a size that is too big/too small for me?
So you bought your shapewear and it doesn’t fit right! We’re very sorry to hear that. But don’t worry.
At Conturve, exchanging your shapewear is always free! With our Perfect Fit Promise, you have 60 days to wash, wear, and love your shapewear. And, if you don’t love it, returns are simple and h...
I’m in between sizes - what should I do?
If you’ve measured yourself up correctly and find yourself falling in between sizes, always size up rather than down. Since our shapewear is designed using premium stretch fabric that hugs the figure, sizing up should still offer you a seamless fit and effective support.
That said, if you do fin...
I want to lose weight - should I drop a size?
No! We hear this shapewear-related question all the time, and we cannot emphasise enough that shapewear is not a weight loss mechanism.
Shapewear is not designed to make you lose weight or hide your curves. Shapewear is here to help you sculpt your figure and feel your best. Always wear shapewea...
Read the care label: Doing this first will help avoid any errors with washing, drying or ironing at the wrong setting. So please read the label and make sure you understand what the symbols mean.
As a rule of thumb, please follow this as a guide:
Wash at low/cold temperatures (e.g. 30°C) the ma...