These panties from Freya are titled ‘etched escape’, and why not. They look like one of those adult coloring books where someone filled in a couple of the flowers and left the rest to you. I’m not saying that you should get a pack of washable markers and turn yourself into your own coloring in page, but I’m also not not saying that. Whatever you choose to do, wearing these panties is guaranteed to make you embrace a more sensual side of life.
Gorgeous tanga panties from Aubade create a delicious floral display on the most strategic part of your anatomy. This fine pair of panties have a variety of colors in the lace embroidery, evoking the changing of the seasons, the bringing of new things, the incredible softness of lingerie riches.
La Perla knows how to take panties and turn them into an event. Or the Sydney Opera House. Or that new extension you were thinking of putting on above the garage. Basically, this is a company who sees a pair of panties and thinks about building to code. Those who seek innovation and girders in their undergarments will not be disappointed.
These stunning shiny pink panties from Triumph UK come with a lovely thick waistband of lace which makes the rear of these panties pop like no other. I love how petite and feminine they’d make any size derriere look thanks to the artful placement of satiny fabric beneath the beautiful lace band.
I don’t know if I like these panties or not, but I certainly can’t stop looking at them, and that must mean something. Bold floral patterns make up the bulk of these full coverage panties, with two lace triangular inserts to add punctuation to the entire affair. These panties look as if they’d be incredibly comfortable, all the while being utterly eye-catching!
Tommy Hilfiger knows how to structure layers of lace so they have the same effect as an Aztec pyramid without any of the need for blood sacrifice. And if that doesn’t make you want these panties, then I don’t know what will. Geometric panty hallucinations await those who don these panties, red, white and blue tag reminding you from whence they came.
Sweeping curves of lace and mesh turn your body into an Italian work of art worthy of Michalangelo and those other guys who made good statues and did good paintings. These panties from Cosabella are beautiful in their architecture, and you’ll have hours of fun positioning them just right for maximum effect. The rear features enough coverage to keep your rear safely contained in a mesh grid guaranteed to provide support and structure.
Flowers turn to black diamonds across the skeins of fabric used to create these tanga panties. There is a variation in white, similarly suggestive of a jeweled state of desire. You’ll note too, the way delicate rickrack and broderie anglaise combine to both make no sense as words, but create panties you can’t resist.
Velvet Kitten knows how to make panties you’ll want to pounce on, bat around, and finally fall asleep all curled up in, and these panties are no exception. With a playful black polkadot on red fabric center panel, edged with black lace which sweeps around to a shapely lace rear, these panties bring out the playful side of any pantywearer.
These are some fun panties with a little bit of a retro vibe, perfect for a 2017 summer where one relishes lingerie and takes a walk down the beach, or indeed, memory lane. Just looking at these panties causes strains of the Beach Boys getting around, and the Monkeys getting the funniest looks from everyone they meet.
It’s time for panty fun, yes, yes, and what could possibly be more fun than a pair of purple (alleged navy) polka dot panties with gold trim and white mesh and a fascinating embroidery actoss the mesh panels. If you think these are cute, I have wonderful news… there are four other variations just waiting for you.
Lace affair from Wacoal is a range of panties designed to seduce and titillate unsuspecting lingerie purchasers into a whirlwind panty romances. You have now been warned of the potential of these panties, so enjoy the innovative lace design inlaid into the main body of the panty, which is marked with oceans of stitching in slow waves (signifying how the wearer has been swept away.) These are more than panties. These are a wearable analogy of the human condition itself.