Women generally have particular shoes, bags for every occasion right? So why leave undies behind? After all, they are an essential part of your wardrobe. We bring a list of 5 undies that must have their place in a woman’s lingerie drawer.
When to choose black Cotton Briefs?
Gone are the days when women used to stuff their drawers with only white cotton panties. During periods, nothing can be more comfortable than a pair of black cotton panties. So for those days one should keep the stock up; asnothing is comparable to cotton comfort. Briefs generally give full rear coverage are high cut at the hip.
What to opt for Panties You Must HaveS?
Panties You Must Haves are the best bet when you need comfort with a dash of style. They are mid coverage panties that perfectly frame your posterior and have full sides and front. They offer full butt coverage so that you can flaunt low rise jeans with ease.
When to sport a Bikini?
Hot summers call for a bikini . Structure wise, they are a middle ground between thongs and briefs. They are slightly slim on the sides and have fair rear coverage. They are not only sexy, but also a good alternative to seamless panties . Wearing bikinis under your dresses and pants would conceal panty lines.
Should I wear Lace panties
Lace is trending so, you can boost your self-esteem by keeping this type of underwear in your wardrobe. Women as well as men love lace undies. Perfect for days when you need a break from the usual styles.You can seal those mushy moments with your loved one with lace.
When are Thongs perfect?
Thongs have a thicker band around the waist and relatively more coverage at front and back. Another variation of thong is the G-String it is the skimpiest of skimpy underwear choices. It only has triangular patch at the front with elastic at the band and rear for support.You must have a pair of thongs/ G-stings to celebrate love during nights! We say this because well-designed thongs can be a huge turn-on for men, So cash on it!
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