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Need suggestions for panties!!

Posted by acey (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 27, 09 at 9:29

Dilemma: I'm tall, but have a good size gut. I'm 53, and just don't think a thong is my style, not to mention my cottage cheese butt. But the real problem, is that the front of my panties do a "rolldown" and nestle themselves between the top of my pubic area and under the belly.

I wear dress slacks to work every day, and find myself with a discernible roll of undie fabric under my slacks!!! EEEWWW.

What brand of panties would either stay at my waist, or should I opt for a bikini "grande"...but which would provide the cottage cheese butt coverage too??


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RE: Need suggestions for panties!!

I can understand your frustration.
With the waistline of pants and jeans dropping, I've had to find lower cut undies too. I've tried several different brands of Hipsters and here are a few of my favorites:
Bali Passion for Comfort Microfiber Hipster
Vanity Fair Fits Your Perfectly No Roll Hipster
Warner's All Day Fit Hipster
Barely There Flawless Fit Microfiber Hipsters

I have tried others that either rolled down, like you said, or were more like Bikini styling that just weren't comfortable for me.

Most of the styles I listed above can be found at places like Kohl's or JC Penney. Just go to their websites and browse through their pantie selections.

Good Luck!

RE: Need suggestions for panties!!

I am in love w/ the products at Soma, owned by Chicos. Best lingerie I have ever bought.

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