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TC Fine Intimates Adjust Perfect Waistline Brief

$40.00

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The TC Fine Intimates Adjust Perfect Waistline Brief is designed to adJUST perfectly, up or down, to your changing silhouette and still deliver the consistent level of firm control you’re looking for in a shaper. Delivering targeted control to the tummy, its Wonderful Panel® is strategically placed away from seams, and is adhered to the base fabric only at its perimeter, providing fit adjustability. Choose this waistline brief to shape your tummy and hips. 
  • Style # 4174 
  • Briefs
  • Wonderful Edge® on backs of leg openings
  • No lines, no ride
  • Smooth, matte fabric
  • Single-ply in the rear won’t flatten derriere
  • Prevents tummy pooch
  • Mesh fabric at top of back provides added adjustability
  • Fabric Content: Body:  75% Nylon, 25% Elastane (Spandex) / Mesh:  80% Nylon, 20% Elastane (Spandex)
  • Care Instructions: Machine wash warm.  Use only non-chlorine bleach when needed.  Tumble dry low.  Do not iron.  Do not dry clean.
  • US Sizing
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