Are you looking for a useful little piece of lingerie to delight you? Look no further! These panties are woven in such a way that you will be largely covered while also being largely uncovered. It’s quite a trick if you know how to pull it off.
From the bikini of yesterday, to the full coverage panty of today, these beautiful purple and slate panties are something just a little bit different in a world of back to basic tones, shades of beige, that sort of thing. I particularly admire the jaunty little bow in the center of the waistband. That’s a sort of bow which yearns to be hand washed and would listen to tales of washing machines with horror.
These thong panties from Elle MacPherson, noted supermodel and lingerie brand mogul, are HOT. Made with attention to detail and just a little splash of mad inspiration, the gold ribbon waistband gives these panties a contemporary retro vibe, complimenting the bright ‘high risk’ red lace which makes the front of these lace panties undeniably attractive to the eye. Thong panties are a bit like the haiku of the lingerie world. There’s not much to work with, but when you get those simple elements just right, magic happens.
Yes I love panties
Supermodel makes a thong
Is there anything better than a good lingerie fantasie? Perhaps a lingierie fantasie? (I don’t know why they decided to spell the word that way, but I do know that these panties are stunning!) This bold rose print on a white background, matched with embroidered mesh panels makes an utter meal of these thong panties. There’s a certain gravitas to them, a fullness, an expectation of a covered rear and then… no! Expectation subverted, thong detected!
These panties are just gorgeous with a pink and blue toned lace embroidery over a flesh toned fabric. I adore the way the blue shimmers against the delicate background, creating a delicate feast for the senses. These panties take the concept of a skimpy bikini cut and adorn it with the most alluring display of color and shape. Like a peacock, one can not help but be stunning in these panties.
Ladies and men’s story (what a name for a panty company) makes panties which look like what a doily would look like if it took off its glasses and let its hair out of its ponytail in one of those teen movies which were so popular fifteen years ago. They come in the blazing red pictured above and everything from beige to blue and other shades in between, and also, adjacent to.
These panties are so expensive I can barely believe it, but they are also utterly gorgeous. From the front, they’re elegant. From the back… well… when I saw the back of these panties I felt that little pang you get right in the center of your chest when you see something truly beautiful. For a skimpy item of lingerie, they are rich with detailing and filled with subtlety. I really enjoy the way the blue V wing motif is highlighted in the lace along the lower hem. There is a true artistry to these panties.
The very first man in panties I ever knew was a huge fan of Olga lingerie. It was almost twenty years ago now that I knew him, but Olga continues to make sleek stylish panties which are ever so comfortable to wear. I like these panties very much. They’re styled after the incredibly popular ‘Secret Hug’ line, feature the signature Olga waistband, but add a fun lace dot mesh style print for an updated look just begging to grace your lingerie collection.
Grege rose is the name of this color, in case you were trying to explain it to someone on the telephone, or perhaps through radio waves, not that those words would mean anything to anyone ever, thus making them the perfect descriptors for a color not quite of this world. These silk panties from Lise Charmel take beige and elevate it to an art form. A skimpy, alluring, unique art form which will hang much better on your body than it does on your walls.
What if you could wear a pair of panties which looked a lot like a cute thong, but used the power of mesh and lace to provide more coverage to your undercarriage? What would happen if a bright spring pattern meshed with delicate floral accoutrements to create something aesthetically desireable? And what if the behind on those panties was a.ma.zing?
You might look hot in your panties, but you don’t have to feel it thanks to Vanity Fair’s panty cooling technology. Using wincool fabric (a fabric which not only keeps your bits and pieces nice and ventilated, but which conforms to the Kyoto protocol in some arcane way I couldn’t possibly understand) these panties are soft, comfortable and dry. Perfect for men who tend to get hot and bothered in their lingerie.
I’m not sure who decided to call their line of lingerie ‘Nipplex’, but I think they deserve some kind of prize. These panties aren’t bad either. The patterns are simple but also reminiscent of wallpaper… which is a good thing? Yes. It’s bohemian. That’s what it is. Flowers in the hair, flowers on the underwear.