Tuesday, August 2, 2011

An Overview of Styles for Women’s Underwear

Tops, bottoms and accessories! A woman’s choices are never at an end. While women will spend hours putting an outfit together, they often don’t give much though to their underwear bottoms. This can result in an outfit with a flaw.

When picking panties, we tend to go in one of two directions. The first is to go for something sexy. The second is to go for something comfortable and practical. Oddly, the two are rarely put together in most bottoms.

As you already know, there are a number of different styles of panties and bottoms on the market. Most women, however, aren’t fully aware of just how much variety there really is. Well, we aim to cure that problem, so here are some different styles.

Every structure must have a foundation. When it comes to women’s underwear, the full brief is definitely that foundation. The design maximizes support through coverage. These briefs are very practical, but not the most appealing visually.

The bikini brief is our second most common panty style. As the name suggests, it is a bit more revealing than your basic brief with higher cut legs and lower cut backs. A more seductive version is the string bikini that comes with straps around the hips.

Sexy, low cut jeans have become a trend with many women. Basic briefs show above the jean cut, so an alternative is necessary. Low set waist panties, also known as hipsters, are the solution. They offer lower profiles that aren’t seen, but practical comfort and support.

How low can you go? These days, the low cut of jeans is making many wonder about the answer. You need bottoms, but don’t want them to show. Hipsters are the answer. These bottoms provide you with support, and a low cut waist that hides them below the cut of the jeans.

When it comes to conveying a sexy look, the thong simply can’t be beat. Men go nuts for them. Comfort, however, is an issue. Some women have no problem wearing them while others find the bunched up feeling a bit too much.

It is important to remember that a look is only as good as its weakest element. Think through your underwear before heading out. Sometimes comfort is the most important factor. Other times, the look or intimate element needs to be emphasized.

Written by Tiffany Hart

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