New Trends in the Intimate Fashion

Underwear was first invented as a men’s garment in the form of a loincloth for protection. Although the same protection is needed for women, this was not available until the 19th century. Before then, women would usually use a chemise or a nightgown to sleep on and nothing else. 

Women finally got the right protection they needed with the introduction of proper underwear in 1920. From plain fabrics with the sole purpose of security, underwear soon evolved in the years to come.

Lesser is Better

Bikinis were soon introduced, and later on, thongs or g string was popularised in 1980.

Thongs are panties made up of a very small portion of the fabric. A rectangular piece of cloth covers the front and is held by a string to the back and waist.  

Not everyone likes thongs. Underwear is to cover your private parts, so why would you wear something that doesn’t seem to serve this purpose?

At first glance, thongs are designed to be flirty and for a sexy effect on the wearer. Surprisingly though, there are also other benefits from wearing these.

Avoiding VPL or visible panty lines is one benefit of using thongs or g string. We can say that their skimpiness comes in handy when selecting outfits.

With ordinary underwear, the trace of the fabric or material may show when using soft textile pants. That is not flattering at all.

It is also true with visible panty waistbands, especially when wearing low-waisted jeans or skirts. But, again, you can solve it by using thongs.

Furthermore, using thongs is comfortable as it is cooler. It is a fact that since it has lesser material, there is also less covering, which keeps the buttocks less sweaty.

With this being said, thongs can be a great accent to your summer.

Having less covering also allows more freedom to move around. It also gives your buttocks a natural look underneath your pants or skirt.

Grab a Snug

With the popularity of thongs, different styles and trends have taken over the market. It is no longer just an undergarment but also a fashion statement. The designs and materials vary from plain pieces of fabric to satins and lace.

But what is important when picking up one? As soon as you step inside your favourite lingerie shop, what should you look for in those racks?

There are six instructions for picking a thong listed by

  • Understanding its purpose – ask yourself why are you’re getting a thong? Aside from their practical use, thongs are also known for other purposes. For example, picking up a thong to flatter someone, you might want to consider the style or how it looks on you.
  • Think of it as regular underwear – just like any other garment, the fitting is important. You wouldn’t want something too small or too big for your size.
  • Picking something discreet – since thongs also come in different styles and cuts, make sure you are getting something not too high above your waist and would stay hidden.
  • Fabric or used materials – in line with understanding its purpose, the cloth of your thong is up for consideration. It is best to use thongs made of pure cotton for daily use. Otherwise, you can use lace if your goal is something more intimate.
  • Colour and patterns – being discreet are one of the main objectives of using a thong, so of course, you wouldn’t want to jeopardise this by pairing a white dress or trousers with a neon coloured one.
  • Don’t rush – this particularly goes to those still about to pick their first thongs. Having a string stuck on your rear may not sound very pleasant, but you may call it an achievement as soon as you get used to it.

In conclusion, it is not just about what you wear but also how it makes you feel. Being comfortable is being sexy and confident.