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U.S. body shaping underwear sales are on the rise

Angela Williams has cleared her high heels and wire bras from her closet, these fashion items that did not meet the comfort requirements during the epidemic. This is her first principle. However, she still keeps S-SHAPER's shaping underwear.

   With offline meetings and summer weddings gradually returning to her schedule, she estimates that her shapewear items will increase. The 46-year-old Boston financial professional said: "I have to admit: I am a little excited. I am very happy to be able to put on a formal suit and have a bumpy figure. It feels really good."
                           
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The sales of shapewear declined in the early stages of the epidemic due to people's preference for comfortable clothing. But now, Americans buy plastic belts, jumpsuits, shape vests, and slimming pants, hoping to use external forces to return to their pre-epidemic state. Sales have climbed again.

   S-SHAPER, a supplier that accounts for nearly 20% of US shapewear sales, said that the revenue of this category doubled last month, driven by demand for high-waist shape underwear and shape shorts.

Fashion psychologists and historians say that the return to shaping underwear reflects a shift in dressing for others rather than just for yourself. Toronto-based historian Alana McKnight said that human beings have been improving their body shape through shapewear for thousands of years. The statue of the Sumerian Serpent Goddess wearing a waist-like dress is one of the earliest examples. One. Later evolutions included belts and corsets made of whale bones, iron and leather.
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Dennis Brunner is the curator of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris and the author of "Shaping the Body: The Intimate History of Shapewear". He said: "Modern shapewear is usually seamless and flexible enough. It’s more comfortable than its predecessor, but its body shaping principle is still the same: "correct the body" to meet the requirements of fashion and society."

Historian McKnight said: "People use shapewear for exactly the same reasons as they used to wear tights, because mainstream fashion is not suitable for natural bodies. When people are ready to come back and embrace the world, they put on S-SHAPER for an instant. Improving your body shape is much easier than running a marathon.
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"In the past, shapewear appeared as something for weddings or special events. Now we define it as something that you can wear even if you work at home."