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TC Fine Intimates Sleek Essentials Hi-Waist Boy Short

$48.00

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The TC Fine Intimates Sleek Essentials Hi-Waist Boy Short is every wardrobe's go-to undergarment that won’t create lines while smoothing out imperfections when worn underneath tight-fitting outfits. This no-panel shaper combines a new, lightweight fabric & single-seam design that you'll love. It's smooth and silky touch, incredibly sleek appearance, and no-stitch Comfort Tech Band is so accommodating that it won’t dig into your midsection, or create noticeable lines, regardless of your daily activities.  Choose this hi-waist boy short to shape your lower back, waist, midriff, tummy, hips, & upper thighs.

  • Style # 4738
  • Hi-Waist Boy Short
  • Prevents muffin top
  • Flat seam
  • Wonderful Edge® at the leg openings
  • No lines, no ride
  • Waistband features a clean-finish edge
  • No side seams
  • Addresses tummy pooch
  • Fabric content:  66% Nylon, 34% 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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