Five things to keep in mind while choosing the thong Panties•
Posted on July 30 2023
Are you wearing the thong Panties? Five things to keep in mind while choosing the thong innerwear
Under our favorite tailored pants, dresses, and skirts, underwear lines may be rather bothersome.
So it's crucial to know how to eliminate underwear lines whether you're dressing up for a particular occasion or want to appear professional at work. And an excellent method to conceal underwear lines is to wear loose, airy dresses and tight, fitted pants.
But not all women find the thought of thongs appealing. Women are hesitant to wear thongs, maybe because of their reputation for being uncomfortable or because they have acquired unflattering nicknames like "butt floss" and "whale tail." However, it's crucial to understand that these reputations are greatly exaggerated.
A thong can be stylish, elegant, and comfy if adequately picked.
To get rid of those underwear lines, why not try a thong? Here are five points to remember.
Although many people understand the general concept of thongs, this underwear comes in several styles. You may even have heard of specific names like "g-strings." But really, what's the difference? We'll break it down and offer guidance on choosing the right thong fit for you.
- Traditional thongs–Traditional thongs typically have a wide waistband that supports a narrow strip of fabric between the cheeks with full frontal coverage.
- G-string thongs have a narrower ¼-inch waistband strip (usually made of elastic), a thin fabric between the buttocks, and a small triangle strip in front.
- Tanga/samba thongs–TCrossed between standard panties and a traditional thong with a thicker waistband, this thong style offers extra fabric above the cheeks while still leaving your bum exposed to prevent panty lines.
If wearing a thong for the first time, start with a tanga/samba first. It will still hide your panty lines without that "wedgie" feeling.
2) Thongs Are More Comfortable Than They Appear
While thongs are not for everyone, they are more comfortable than they appear. (Although they may take some getting used to.) Yes, the fabric slides up between your bum like a wedgie, but you get accustomed to it quickly. Many thong lovers argue that thongs (more so, g-strings!) are one of the most comfortable panties due to the lack of fabric that can quickly become bunched or saggy.
As mentioned, thongs take some getting used to, so don't give up after just one day. Your first-time thong may cause some initial discomfort, but we know you'll become a thong lover for life after a few days!
3) Pay Attention to Thong Fabrics
When picking out a thong, pay attention to the fabric. Like all panties, thongs are designed in anything from lace to spandex. And some are more comfortable than others. You don't want an irritating fabric or synthetics, which could lead to chafing, trapped heat, moisture, or worse.
Cotton thongs are the most breathable and offer good hygiene (more about that later). Bruchi Club offers thongs made in various fabrics, but they provide cotton thongs to keep you fresh.
4) Always Check Your Thong Rise
Thongs tend to rise above the belt line when you sit, bend over, or squat, creating what is known as a "whale tail." To avoid this, always test out a thong before a mirror to test its rise. If the thong rises, some ways exist to avoid or prevent it from being seen.
- Try on a different size.
- Switch styles (example: from g-string to samba)
- Avoid low-rise jeans or shorts
- Wear a belt
Wear a long shirt.
As you sit, bend, squat, subtly check your thong rise, tucking it in if it's exposed.
5) Wear Thongs Safely
As mentioned, cotton thongs are the healthiest, breathable options for your private parts. But there are still more good hygiene tips we'd like to share.
- Change thongs daily–Because they reach the anus and vagina, shifting thongs spread bacteria (which can cause infections!) faster than average underwear. For most ladies, this isn't an issue. But if yeast or bacterial infections occur, change thongs more frequently.
- Rotate thongs with other underwear–Don't just change your thongs daily; switch to different underwear. Even if you love thongs, wear them when you need to avoid panty lines with a specific outfit or dress, not at places like the gym or when you wear jeans. Preventing thongs when you're sick or on your period would be best.
- Choose a larger thong size–Go up a size instead of sticking with your regular undie size. A larger thong size can offer more comfort and offer some breathability. Choosing the wrong thong size is one reason many women find them initially uncomfortable.