Post # 1
Just wondering if anyone has tried on or bought the Power Figure slip? I’m looking for something to flatten troublesome areas and think this might do the trick. What I’d really like to know is how low is the back of it and does it fit true to size? My dress has a slightly lowered back, it would sit about 1 or 2″ below where a bra would sit and I’m having a hard time finding something that works with it and will smooth out the tummy area.. They also have the Back Off Baby bustier but it looks like it would stop right above where I would want it to, of course.. Any opinions on that would be great too!
Post # 3
@KarenA: I just tried it on on Thursday. I’m normally a 32C there, but the actual bra part (the band not the cups) was too loose on me. It sat about the same place as a bra did. It did make my stomach a lot smaller, and it smoothed out my hips quite a bit. It was really, really difficult to try on because its a really strong elastic. But once it was on it seemed to work really well so it was worth it. If you are a very small band size I would try it on in person, but I suspect it fits fine on women with larger band sizes. (Honestly I’m probably a 30 but I’ve never been able to try something like that on so I make do with 32s.) Oh and it was pretty comfortable too.
Post # 4
Thank you so much! I went with the back off baby bustier because I was worried the power figure slip wouldn’t be low enough in the back for my dress, sounds like it was a good decision. I’m still not convinced the bustier will do what I want but if it doesnt work I’ll just sell it!