These panties have been designed with a hot pink ribbon threaded about the waist. I find these so adorable, both because of the ribbon, and the polka dot of the mesh fabric. These are light panties, playful panties. Low cut panties that do not cover too much, but also do not cover too little. In addition to the pale blue panties pictured, you can also get these in black and white – although not at the same time. The black is dark and sensual, the white creates a more innocent, nigh bridal look.
These ruched thong panties also look like boyshorts on occasion, but that’s probably because Tommy Hilfiger knows what’s important is what’s in the rear of panties and what’s on the seam of the panties. What’s in the rear is a thong. What’s on the seams is ruching, a method of gathering fabric so it sort of looks as though your waistband is a set of nice curtains. That is not how Tommy Hilfiger would describe it (because they describe black and white polkadot panties as ‘Doo Wop Dop Twilight’.) They know no limits.
These panties are named ‘Falling In Love Chestnut Shorts’ and are modelled by a heavily made up woman clinging to a tree in her panties, much like koalas might, if koalas wore lingerie. Which they don’t. They do, however, have koala chlamydia.
Aren’t these panties pretty! I think they’re rather beautiful with their rose motif, but if you prefer to step away from the floral aesthetic, these panties come in a range of patterns and colors – from the traditional hot pink (traditional for several species of parrot) to bright burnished blue.
Ikat: a resist dyeing process akin to tie dyeing.
There. That should clear up at least 1/4 of the possible confusion caused by the name of these panties. However, as our old friend Shakespeare once asked, what is in a name? Would a pair of yellow trim low cut panties be any less sweet if their name were accessible to people who hadn’t taken a ‘fabrics of indigenous peoples’ paper in university? The asnwer if course is nay. Their allure is entirely independent of their hipsterish and altogether accurate name.
Look at these panties! It’s as if a floral bikini met a pair of mesh shorts and mated all night long to create these theoretically boyshort panties with a very pretty purple pastel floral body. With results like these it’s safe to say that the mad panty scientists are doing some excellent work in the lab these days. These panties also have a name, ‘Amanda’, which is good, because knowing a panty’s name is the first step to obtaining its secret panty power, or something like that. There has to be a reason they give panties names, right ?
With shimmering silver sheen, these are some fancy mesh panties with an interesting dot pattern, that I, for one, find visually appealing. These panties are no doubt just as much at home in glittering nightclubs as they are on the Sorbonne. Or eating Sorbet. Or whatever else you might choose to do with them.
And, because the panties mentioned above are in tremendously short supply, here are some cute as a cupcake pink and white panties – also running short on stock, so get in quick if these whet your appetite :)
There’s something of the ye oldeness about these panties. I think its the way the silky fabric does not conform to the curve of the derriere, but rather hangs with delicate femininity. And the best part? These come in XXL and XXXL sizes, so if you happen to be a strapping fellow, these are panties that will strap right along with you .
The previous panties I featured were super floral and super expensive. These panties are also floral and not at all expensive. Not at all. They also come in four color trim combinations, black, purple, pink and yellow. Because these are panties designed for the budget concious they didn’t bother making up expensive names for ‘pink’, they could have called it ‘rosy dawn’ and they could have called the yellow ‘golden hibiscus’ and they could have called the black ‘noir noir’ and they could have called purple ‘fuscia folly’. And now I’ve called them all those things.
These panties aren’t cheap, but they are unique and they are stunning. A strong floral motif is blazed across the wearer’s flesh, creating a visual effect that is as bold as it is beautiful. These panties don’t simply cover the wearer, they become one with the wearer. This is some high caliber French lingerie folks, yes it is.
Occasionally I come across a pair of panties that is special. Well, all panties are special, but some are more special than others, as the saying goes. These black and violet hi-cut panties from Chantelle are beautiful. They have sheen and shine and grace – and let us not forget the tasteful black lace. I love the way the center panel is presented with contrast piping and a light lace cover. They’re elegant, they’re ladylike, they’re a cut above – and I suspect they know it.
These aren’t just panties. These are action panties, designed for active wearers. They feature anti-microbial material that inhibits the growth of bacteria and therefore smelliness. These panties come in both a cheeky and thong cut, so it depends how much or little material you like in the rear. Though the cuts are undeniably feminine, I feel that these might make good crossover panties for men who are kind of sort of pretending that the panties they’re wearing weren’t originally designed for women (Under Armor has lines for both men and women), or for men who like plausible deniability. Or for anyone who is active in hot conditions.
(As a side note, thanks to everyone who has responded to the call for contributions for the He Wears Panties Book. I’m having some trouble returning email to aol adresses, so if I you’ve mailed me from such an address and not recieved a reply, that may be why. I’ve been overwhelmed by the response so far, but I will reply to all emails. Thank you all!)