Thank you for your understanding! They have a girlshort style and some cotton options, too. These are some of the brands the readers are calling out in the comments not mentioned above:. Buy at Bare Necessities. Just curious — do they move around on you?
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I get the plain cotton ones with the wide fake-lace-looking band. I tried some of the fancier Hanes boyshorts haha- but you know what I mean: Kat, Gap has thongs that are similar to Hanky Panky. Obviously, HP is my solution. I second the Jockey undies! I love, love them.
I am wearing them today. They're like really light comfy bike shorts. I love jockey everything but the skimmies. They were so loose! I also bought the new line of skimmies, and they were sliding down my butt as soon as I tried them on. Oh I had an awful maiden voyage wearing the new silky skimmies under a dress. Bought my normal size and spent the entire evening pulling them back up. Gave them a second chance under a pair of unlined pants and they were a dream.
Looked invisible under the pants and stayed in place. Silky ones under pants. For work, I wear mostly bike shorts which I think give a nice no-line look. Occasionally I wear boy shorts but I think you have to shop around for ones that fit you specifically. The edges are some kind of very smooth elastic. I love those Costco ones. They stopped selling them and I tried to find them online but to no avail. They were called It.
I live in Hanky Pankys. I prefer the modal ones, but own the lace ones too. You probably need to buy up a size and have the waist taken in. Or find brands that work well for pears I swear by the Halogen Taylor pants; they are perfect for my shape. Some women are just blessed with looking smooth in that region. If this is actually the problem, try using a panty liner — the bit of structure should smooth things out.
Unfortunately, it is one of my many body quirks. Crew pixie is a perfect example of what I cannot wear easily. If I wear what is a more appropriate size — no go, without wearing thicker cotton undies… which means panty lines!! So anon2 got it…. I put away the Hanky Pankies and find some other pair of undies with a panty liner. And usually risk panty lines. Too much sharing, I know I know… forgive me! I will also look for Halogen Taylor pants as well.
Definitely higher waist styles are less of an issue. Irritating but so it goes. As in my husband refers to them as my Cameltoe Yoga Pants. My pubic bone protrudes just a tiny bit more than some girls, perhaps, which pushes out the fabric and therefore pulls it in underneath. The Commando microfiber bikinis are great. They have a girlshort style and some cotton options, too.
I have not worn them under something like jeans, but I imagine they would work well under work clothes. I normally wear hanky panky, but just started wearing these LuLus to work out and now wear them under work clothes as well when i want full coverage.
Just curious — do they move around on you? I hate wearing what I think is full seated underwear that then migrates on you throughout the day. But I think this question neglects the bigger issue of wearing clothes that are too tight in the posterior. The fabrics that truly do show everything, regardless of size, are fewer and farther between. Agreed, some of us have JLo booty and with that body, VPL is unavoidable even with pants that are the right size.
Love, love, love them. These are the only ones I wear, and I recommend them to everyone. Want to set fire to them. At first they were great, but after two wears, not so much. I think what style works best absolutely depends on your body type. I have a wide, flat butt size 12 , and most underwear just rides up, no matter what. Anyway, if you have a wide flat butt, these might work for you.
They are not very pretty, but they work. I like the Uniqlo laser-cut ones. The elastic is what creates the VPL. I like wearing matching bras and panties, and because I dress very conservatively I like to have sets with nice prints or lace… and I do have VPL many times. So, does any of these brands you are recommending have bras? Or should I buy matching sets with thongs which I believe is my best option. For the most part, I think you have to buy sets with thongs. I find that Natori panties bliss maybe?
Super comfy, no VPL. They do ride a little bit like a thong, but not quite as deep, for lack of a better term. However, not sure if the new version works as they are not cotton, and they have elastic along the rear leg.
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