Stylists and fashionistas have been experimenting with panties for decades now. Let us briefly put together a few of the popular styles. In this article let us see what are the different types of panties, and also how they work with your periods.
This the single most popular panty style in the world, and for the reason that it provides maximum coverage of course . Usually bought in packs. Must have for every wardrobe. The most comfortable of all styles. Consequently all period panties are designed in this fashion.
Inspired by men’s boxers. Must have for school going girls, just as young girls. Unlike regular panties, the style of a boy short is similar to a boxer. Further not having visible panty lines makes it a blessing to sport under tight clothes. We do not recommend a Boy Short for sanitary pads with wings for the obvious reason that they cannot be folded up.
French Cut Panties
French Cut is indeed popular for its sexiness quotient. High waist band of a classic brief in addition to low cut leg at the widest part of the thighs makes it stylish and functional at the same time. A French Cut goes perfectly with a sarong. It is a regular wear panty and therefore a recommended wear on medium flow days of your period.
What are the different types of panties How do they work with your periods
You call this popular style of panty a hipster as the waist band of the panty sits on the hips. They are low rise, in the sense they stay below the waste level, and have low cut legs holes, making it a perfect choice for low cut jeans and skirts. In terms of coverage they are second only to classic brief but are more comfortable. Many prefer hipsters to classic briefs because of the comfort it provides. A hipster is a heavy period day panty.
Thongs sit sexy three inches below the waist and sides of the panty rest on the hip bone. It provides very less coverage, making it a honeymoon underwear. You can pair a thong with skirts and dresses. On the light days of your period you can wear a thong.
G-strings are not for coverage. The front and back and connected by a string and thats it. It is ideal beachwear or for a sunbath. We do not recommend G-strings for your periods.
C-String is called the new age bikini. It has no strings but a clamp covering your privates. Used for swimming or sunbathing. We do not recommend C-strings for your periods.
Control briefs are briefs that have a high rise, and cover your tummy upto your navel. The purpose of a control brief is to tuck your tummy, especially for women after their delivery. Control briefs are shape wear and gives you a curvy figure. They go well with dresses and skirts. We do not recommend control briefs during periods, as it may cause discomfort and make your cramps worse.
Tanga stays between a thong and a bikini. It has more coverage than a thong but slimmer than bikini. Tanga is ideal for the beach and sand. Recommended only for the light days of your period.
There are three kinds of Brazilian Brief. The Regular, The One-Side knot and the Two Side Knot. Brazilian Briefs are styled versions of a bikini. The regular one has more coverage and the one with knots are bolder. Brazilian briefs come in an array of vibrant colours and we not recommend them during periods.
Tap Pants have high coverage and high waist, and are usually ornate with silk and lace embellishments. It is a leisure wear. Can use them on light days of your periods.
Due to the absence of visible seams and stitches, seamless panties scores when it comes to comfort. They are the obvious choice under tight clothes like leggings. Wearable under any kind of dress and suitable for medium days of your period.
In terms of coverage bikini lies between brief and the thong. Back coverage is less because of the legs cut high in a bikini. Bikini is a good choice for your workout. You can wear a bikini during your periods if you do not have heavy flow.
Women around the world use Butt Lifter panties by women to firm and shape their buttocks. You ought to wear Butt Lifters continuously for desired effect. Fabric of Butt Lifters like nylon, polyurethane, broadcloth etc., smooth out the waist and thighs and tuck in your tummy. The design of buttock cut-outs perk the muscles of the buttocks and give volume to the butt cheeks.
Adhesive Panty comes with a cotton liner and only covers the privates. There is no question of a panty line here.
Open Crotch Panty
Open Crotch Panty is a thong that has been strategically cut across the crotch.
String Bikini has a criss-cross side look and provides only minimal coverage with triangular shape pieces which are connected at the groin. Adventurous yet a functional piece of lingerie.
High Waist Brief
High Rise or High Waist Brief are meant to smooth the flab and give you a flattering figure. Can use them on your heavy period days.
A garter panty is a lightweight lacy panty attached with adjustable garter belts which will hold up your stockings. Add a little drama to your life.
V Kini is a bikini that has a V dip in the front and back. Lace embellishment provides the required coverage. Best paired with skirts and dresses.
Caged Bikini is a mesh knit thong with cage like straps.
Cheeky as the name suggests, as Cheekster panties won’t leave much of a panty line and are perfect to wear under jeans.
These foam infused panties enhance the size of those sexy booties instantly. Gives you the curves you always wanted. Some butt enhancers have silicone buttock pads. Fabric used commonly are nylon, spandex, elastane and polyester.
3 Types of period panty
The disposable panty
The disposable period panty unlike a ordinary disposable panty can absorb liquid. The design is more or less like that of an adult diaper. This panty is of course a good companion for travel or a function, when you are on your period. Such panties are equipped with triple-tier moisture locking system. Therefore they provide leakage protection and also while promote skin wellness and odour control. Like sanitary napkins they have antibacterial properties. Material of such panties are breathable and stretchable and of course feels like a regular underwear.
The Reusable Period Panty
In the past years many companies have come up with innovative ideas to make the period days more comfortable and easy for women. These panties use fabrics with superior absorbing features and therefore you can do away with the discomfort of a sanitary napkin, tampon or cup. Such panties are super comfortable to use as well as eco friendly. Consequently such a panty is expensive.
Leak Proof Menstrual Panties
THIS PANTY SHOULD BE WORN WITH SANITARY NAPKIN, TAMPON OR CUP. IT MAKES A GREAT PARTNER FOR WHATEVER PRODUCT YOU CHOOSE TO USE.
The water resistant lining uses three layers of regenerated cellulose fibre making it leakage proof. Broad and long hemline takes care of the sides.
Bamboo clothing has a luxuriously soft fabric that is naturally hypoallergenic, moisture- absorbent and in addition quick drying. In fact bamboo fibre is naturally smooth and round without chemical treatment, meaning that there are no sharp spurs to irritate the skin. Bamboo therefore looks and feels like silk or very soft cotton.
The regenerated cellulose fibre makes it much more easy to clean, also it dries quickly as well. Thus the panties will not stain on the outside. Stains on the inside come off real quick.
The Autumn Leaves Leak-proof menstrual panties are thoughtfully crafted to put your staining worries at ease. The design ensures your confidence while at work and takes care of your sheets while you sleep comfortably.
Maternity Panty (Prenatal Support Panty)
Maternity Panty are usually made of bamboo fibre or such similarly soft fabric like organic cotton which has the perfect composition to support without squeezing. Also specially designed to adapt to the changing shape of a pregnant woman’s belly without straining the skin. Again many maternity panties come with anti-odour feature for all day freshness.
Now why don’t you create your own signature panty?