I do not recommend going one side up for two reasons:
1) Always go with your true cup size to have a proper fit like you would with a bra. If you go higher in cup size, it will be too big for your bosom area and not give you the proper support.
2) Staying with your cup size will provide you a good fit with the bosom area, but also tighten the problem areas below. Going up one size larger will not "suck in" the waist to make you look smaller. It will be a waste of money to wear something that might be too loose and not constricting enough where the problem areas on concerned, in other words, it won't contour your waist.
I have a muffin top issue and staying with my true cup size 38B helped reduce the muffin top area because it was constricting enough. The issue is it is a struggle to put the body briefer on because it is tight when it comes to the larger areas (butt, hips, waist) then it becomes an easy fit by the time you get past these areas to get it to the bosom.
I love this product so much that I bought two (black and nude) to go with the outfits I wear depending on the clothing colors. Good luck!
3 months, 2 weeks ago
How often do you shop at JCPenney? Occasionally
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