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TC Fine Intimates Tummy Tux Hi-Waist Slimmer

$72.00

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If your midriff or tummy are of specific concern, the TC Fine Intimates Tummy Tux Hi-Waist Slimmer is for you.  Its specially-designed, cross-over, front construction provides highly targeted control that will lift your lower abs.  Try it on and you’ll look as though you just had an instant tummy tuck!  Choose this thigh slimmer to transform your tummy, waist, midriff, hips, & thighs.
  • Style # 4439
  • Shapewear
  • Prevents muffin top; targets saddle bags
  • Soft and smooth
  • Two and three plies of fabric in the front eliminate tummy pooch
  • Single-ply back won’t flatten derriere
  • Wonderful Edge® at the leg openings
  • No lines, no ride
  • Single-ply thighs
  • Fabric Content: Body:  64% Nylon, 36% Elastane (Spandex) / Reinforcement:  68% Nylon, 32% 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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