A streetcar named lingerie desire, that’s what these panties scream. Stellllaaaa! With a playful white base festooned with summer buds, and trimmed with more pink lace than anyone really needs, these panties are fun, on trend and ready for your new season of lingerie.
Whether you’re seducing someone, or doing a little roading construction, these panties from Wacoal have you covered in their high visibility orange, a hue which is near and dear to my heart as the city I live in has been in a constant state of rebuilding since it fell down about six years ago. (We’re slow builders, and hi-vis is becoming a fetish of mine. No road cone is safe.)
Ever wanted to wear lingerie which makes your general crotch region look like a graphics glitch? These panties combine pretty patterns with bright innovative excitement and a general ambiance of newness. These are panties which might appeal to millenials. And also, not millenials.
These plus size panties are HOT, with an Italian design flair which is evident in details big and small. The slightly retro, but oh so bold paisely inspired pattern takes the ubiquitous floral motif and elevates it, while generous black lace elegantly encases the body in a flattering cut perfect for wearers of any size.
From high fashion to simply irresistible, these everyday panties from Felina are perfect for the regular panty wearer who doesn’t always need his ass to be architecturally inspired. These are for the lingerie lover who sometimes needs a softer, gentler, more comfortable touch. Feminine but simple. Like apple pie. And they come in a pastel economy three pack, which might not seem glamorous, but is infinitely more connected with the ladylikeness of the everyday lingerie denizen.
My obsession with lingerie Francaise continues with these panties which turn the derriere into a lingerie landscape. I love the way the feminine crease is demarked with a dotted mesh display, contrasting the nigh lace tattoo over the hip. These are utterly beautiful, and make the wearer beautiful too.
If you don’t understand any of the words in the name of a pair of panties, they’re probably expensive. These panties are definitely expensive. They’re also rather lovely, in their royal purple glory. The waistband is advertised as being ‘non-binding’, which is probably important. (Binding panties can be so hard to get in and out of at short notice.)
Italian satin meets embroidered tulle in these delightful panties in bold colors. They come in several variations, but I particularly love the red. There’s just something about a pair of red panties, something bold and elemental, and in this case, gorgeous.
Designed for the sleek and chic, these panties are high risers, early risers, all sorts of risers. A satin panel is backed with a generous portion of lace coverage which elevates the rear to an art form.
Seamless panties are excellent for people who are sensitive to seams, or who really need a sleek pantyline for a tactical situation. Tommy Hilfiger has been managing to sell various riffs on the theme of red and blue for decades now, and I think we should continue to support them in that endeavor. Plus there’s the neat cutouts on the sides of these, which will make you more aerodynamic.
Calvin Klein have provided me with an opportunity for word play, and you an opportunity for lingerie. Ombre is actually a French word, describing the process of a color turning into another color gradually with shades and tones. Young ladies who haven’t shaved the sides of their heads may be given to such dye effects in their hair, an optical opulent orgy of ombre, if you will. Regardless of how you feel about the linguistics of this post, there can be no doubt that these are some very original panties.
Love panties, but slightly disappointed that none of them seem to replicate the experience of a low dose of LSD on a Sunday afternoon? These will solve that problem for you. Aubade have designed a pair of panties which involves a pattern inside a pattern inside a kaleidoscope inside the Gaian mind.