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Panty-cyclopedia: An Insight Study Of Panties

Editorial DeskMay 29, 2018
We women often bother about our outfits, we want the best of clothes in order to look good. But little do we know that our innerwear is as important as our outerwear. The wrong or right panty can change the look and feel of your favourite garment. This is exactly why ladies underwear has now become much more than just bare essentials. With the changing times and trends, panties have undergone a massive makeover and have now become style statements in their own private right.  In the modern day, your body type is one of the best ways of determining your type of panty.
Learn about the various kinds of underwears that can set your wardrobe on fire (pun-intended) *wink* *wink*

WHAT ARE BIKINI BRIEFS?

Bikini briefs are a classic style for women of all body shapes. Bikinis provide full coverage and have leg openings above the thigh. They never fail to make you feel sexy yet comfortable.

WHAT ARE BOYSHORTS?

Boyshorts are full-coverage panties. They have a low-rise waistline. The leg openings extend a few inches below the widest part of the hip or beginning of the thigh.

HOW ARE SHAPEWEAR PANTIES USEFUL?

These control briefs are made of fabrics that provide great and designed to smoothen and support.

WHY GO FOR THONGS?

Thongs are the best choice when it comes to eliminating panty lines underneath garments. Although seamless and invisible briefs certainly minimize lines, thongs are the best choice for wearing under fitted dresses.

What are the different types of Thongs?

  • Tangas are thongs that have wider waistbands and backs.
  • Boy Short Thongs are an amalgamation of panties that combine the front cover of Boyshorts and the minimal rear coverage of a thong.
  • G-Strings are an excellent option for wearing dresses or thin fabrics. They are designed with a small triangle of fabric in front and a thin string of fabric around the hips and down the back.
  • V-Strings are very similar to G-Strings, except for a rear string that separates into a V-shape structure at the back.
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