What if you could take all those little floral motifs that often appear on panties and combine them into one, overwhelmingly large flower? These panties answer that question. I’m not saying that these panties have the capability of rampaging through city streets, crushing cars with the power of their huge flower, but I’m also not not saying it.
These panties from La Perla posesses a satiny sheen, a classic cream floral counterpoint and all the softness and luxury one can expect from a high end lingerie brand. The stretch jersey fabric means that these panties are super soft and super comfortable, conforming to your every line and curve.
Always found panties a little too lacking in the right kind of angles? Well i-saw-socles something you might be interested in. These simple low cut bikini panties might seem non-descript at first, but the waistband bears a kind of lace quite different from the usual floral fare. Look at the lines! The angles! Geometric patterns, panty hallucinations. A better world awaits.
These panties come highly recommended by a reader, who also thinks I should mention that there’s a forum on this site more often. So these panties are both shiny and comfortable, and He Wears Panties boasts one of the best panty wearing forums where erudite fellows discuss the joys and tribulations of wearing women’s panties. It really is a wonderful place, and these really are wonderful panties :)
These adorable panties caught my eye out of a plethora of their contemporaries with their eggshell blue hue and their delicate multicolored embroidery which adds a classic, and yet unique touch to a garment which exudes understated class.
Here are some plain white panties, which have the capacity to become staples in your lingerie regimen. With a classic low cut bikini design, these will go neatly under every item of clothing. They also come in a rather fetching black and white pinstripe color, business panties for days of serious business.
So these panties look and sound like something you’re supposed to eat, but eating isn’t even close to the best way to please your senses with these panties. They’re a dream to look at, with vertically sandwiched layers of divinely delicate fabric, but the appeal of these panties goes well past the visual. Side them on to experience true lingerie satiety…
These beautiful panties come in size 20 and 22, and come in fantastic lime green hues complimented by sweet pink bows. The mesh provides a certain frisson, showing sheer hints of that which lies beneath. The perfect panties for anyone looking for alluring undegarments in the pluserer sizes.
These panties are very modern art, very blocks of color superimposed on a polyester, lycra, cotton blend. The pink lace trim on the leg holes (that’s the technical term, you know) provides floral counterpoint to the squaritude of the central pattern, prompting us to ask questions about the nature of our perceptions, and whether or not we have enough insurance, or perhaps, too much.
Raspberry Ripple is the name of these panties, because they’re tasty as can be. As the creator says: “Mimi Holliday Raspberry Ripple tanga features a lush pick silk satin front panel with dainty spot mesh extending over the hips and forming a cheeky sheer derriere. Spoil yourself today; buy with matching bra and slip.”
It’s not often that I want to blend a pair of panties over some crushed ice and sip them, but these panties have achieved that response. Entitled ‘White Nights Cosmo Cranberry’ I feel as if there are a bunch of hidden meanings in the title, but it’s not the title that matters. It’s the panties. And these are gorgeous. They manage to take the see through nature of mesh and make it not only ornamental, but enticing, tastefully so.
I will never in a gazillion years understand why people who make panties name them. It’s just a mockery of the concept of names, in a way. But sometimes I can roll with it. So what can we say about Abigail? Well, for one, she has some really nice, rather unique petal style side panels. A little 1920’s a little ‘glade of the elves’.Then there is the bold floral print center stage, a metaphor perhaps for Abigail’s love of gardening, or for what lies just beyond the fabric veil. Abigail comes in a bikini and a boyshort cut, because Abigail is flexible and also two completely different panties at one time. (That’s what you call a metaphor breaking down.)