Confused what materials your waist trainer should have? Here are things you should know.
Plastic Boning – It’s the most affordable and it’s also the most common material, even on the best waist trainers.
Steel Boning – It can be spiral steel, which is flexible or flat steel, which is fixed. It’s more comfortable but also more expensive.
Double Boning – They have 2x boning compared to a normal waist training which gives more support.
Type of Fabrics
Satin – It’s shiny and commonly used for waist trainers used as underwear.
Taffeta – You can wear it is as a top since it’s less shiny than satin.
Brocade – It is elaborately woven which doesn’t need extra embellishments.
PVC – You can’t wear it while out in the public.
Lace – Most common embellishment for corsets.
Types of Closures
Zipper – If you’re waist training, this is not suitable
Steel Busk – It encompasses 5 to 6 big clips and the fastest way to secure the garment
Hook and Closure – It will take you forever to fasten your waist trainer with this.
Lace – It might be beautiful to look at after but it might be difficult to hide if you plan to wear the waist trainer as an undergarment.