You know, visible panty lines. . .
Here's some lingerie worth whipping out on your honeymoon. Myla London provides women with an oasis of luxurious lingerie and seductive toys. After opening their first store in Notting Hill, Myla quickly garnered a following of customers enamored with their romantically sexy lingerie including London's beloved Kate Moss.
Myla's success in the UK has since spread online and to the US with a store on NYC's Upper East Side — their freshwater pearl g-string was worn by the vivacious Samantha in Sex and the City — remember? So funny.
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Sexy Shop Protesters Put "Secrets" Customers on YouTube
Shoppers looking to snap up a pair of lacy panties (not unlike those the thong bandits arrested over the weekend used) in Vacaville, CA better be prepared to have their shopping habits shown on YouTube.
A recent experience rendered me the conclusion that jogging while simultaneously trying to pull out a wedgie is no fun. These Hanes Wedgie-Free Panties ($7) are guaranteed to keep things in place while you're working out, hiking, or just lounging around. I know these knickers aren't the most fashionable and you probably won't wear them in an attempt to seduce your beau, but doesn't everyone deserve a comfy panty day?
David Lynch was the unconventional mastermind behind the freakish television series Twin Peaks. He's also received Oscar nominations for directing the dark masterpieces Blue Velvet and Mulholland Drive. So how does this accomplished Hollywood bigwig show a fan his utmost gratitude? He duplicates (well, almost) a notorious scene from Blue Velvet and shoves the fan's panties in his mouth. I'm sure an autographed head shot or a hug would've sufficed just fine, but . . .
Hello Kitty hit the market a little over 30 years ago and took the world by storm. Both young and old are charmed by the button-eyed feline. Her peeps will buy anything Kitty and are always purring for more, but when we put the Japanese sweetheart on a thong— methinks we've gone too far. Hit up this slideshow for more crazy Kitty products.
In honor of the new year, online underwear warehouse FreshPair.com is holding a clearance sale of up to 75 percent off bras, panties, sleepwear, and shapewear. This Hanky Panky Colorplay Lace Chemise ($47, originally $70) is flirty, colorful, and perfect considering Valentine's Day is right around the corner . . .
So I've quizzed you about whether it's healthy or not to skip out on wearing undies during the day. What about at bedtime? Personally I like wearing underwear to bed, but my Grandma always said "Don't wear underwear to bed. You've got to let yourself air out down there." Is my Gram right? Does your crotch, um, need to breathe?
Here's the deal. It's basically all about personal preference. If you've never had a problem wearing undies to bed, then I say keep doing what you're doing. I'd stick to cotton undies, though, since this material is breathable. Wearing tight underwear or a pair made from polyester or some other material that doesn't breathe can lock in moisture and lead to yeast infections.
On the other hand, if you love to sleep without underwear, then going panty-free is okay, too. Just do what allows you to feel the most comfortable.
Treat yourself to something feminine and pink, and make a difference in the fight against breast cancer. Figleaves.com has partnered with Living Beyond Breast Cancer, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women affected by breast cancer, and will be donating a percentage of sales of a few pink products, including a super cute Betsey Johnson slip. Meanwhile, over at Freshpair.com, they're donating $2 for every Wacoal Awareness bra bought.