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When it comes to thong underwear for women, there tends to be two camps: the lovers and the haters.

While we must admit that this style may take some time to get used to, once you get familiar with the fit they can be as comfortable as any other underwear out there, dare we say even the boyshort.

For many women, figuring out what’s comfortable comes down to two major factors: material of the fabric and fit

What's the best fabric for thong underwear?

Cotton offers a variety of benefits ranging from vaginal health to comfortability. This naturally hypoallergenic fabric is both breathable and absorbent (helps to prevent yeast infections) while also providing an effortlessly-soft barrier between your skin and your clothing.

While there are some all-cotton options available, even having a cotton lining on each of your pairs will still give you the breathable benefits of an all-cotton pair.

Nylon is a great silk-substitute, imitating that smooth, almost naked feel. Along with being fast-drying, this lightweight fabric is virtually wrinkle-free, making it the perfect go-to for your tighter clothing pieces. 

Due to its incredible stretch and ability to mold to the wearer’s skin, pairs that include spandex are a great fabric addition for those desiring a more held in feeling.

How should thong underwear fit your body? 

The beauty of this question is that the answer is entirely up to you. Providing some much needed diversity within the women’s underwear sector — in terms of style and sizing — is ingrained in our DNA.

With all the different body types out there, there is no one way a thong should fit your body. As a general rule of thumb, however, thongs should fit your body no different than regular underwear. Extra attention should be placed on the comfortability of the rear strap fit as well as full coverage of the crotch.

In the end, it all depends on your personal preferences and what you are trying to accomplish with your stylistic choices and fit. 

What are the different styles for thong underwear?

Low Rise Thong underwear

Allowing you to wear it under anything (even leggings), low-rise thongs were introduced specifically for wear with low-rise pants as they sit quite low on your hips.

Mid Rise Thong underwear

One of the most common styles, the mid-rise sits perfectly at the waist-level. This hip-hugging fit is so comfy you’ll forget you’re even wearing it. 

High Rise Thong underwear

As the name suggests, this style thong is cut high on the leg and sits just above the waist-level, featuring a more held-in feeling similar to that of a boyshort.

High Cut Thong underwear

Sexy yet totally functional, the high cut thong features the same fit as the high rise thong but has thinner waistbands for less overall coverage but more hip accentuation.

G-String Thong underwear

Designed for the most minimal fit, the ultra-cheeky G-string has an elastic band that bridges the triangular patch of cloth covering your vaginal area to the waistband at the rear end. 

What is the point of a thong?

This style of underwear is particularly interesting because it works to conceal in certain settings just as much as it works to be revealed in others. 

First and foremost, thong underwear was designed to provide coverage and protection between your body and your clothing without showing through. Many prefer this style because it allows you to wear more form-fitting ensembles without having to think about how to conceal those pesky panty lines. 

The sexiness factor also comes to mind here. Whether you’re wearing one for yourself or for your partner, this style works wonders in terms of accentuating those curves. The thong rarely falls short in giving you that extra boost of confidence within any intimate setting. 

Is it OK to wear a thong everyday? 

Yes, thongs can be worn everyday.

Thongs were created with comfort and convenience in mind. Because of the intimate fit, many can be deterred from wearing a thong on the daily on the basis of hygiene.


According to a study conducted by the National Library of Medicine, this style was actually proven to have no effect on vaginal pH levels.

Thongs are absolutely ok to wear everyday, it all depends on your personal preferences! 

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Size Chart
Bralette

A B C D DD DDD/F
32 XS XS S S 1+ 1+
34 XS S M M 1+ 2+
36 S M M L 2+ 2+
38
L XL XL 3+ 3+
40
XL 2XL 2XL 3+ 3+
42
2XL 3XL 3XL

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Band and Shoulder Strap Measurements
Our bralette bands and shoulder straps differ in width based on your size—for the ideal level of support.
XS-M
Shoulder straps: 12mm
Underbust elastic band: 20mm
L-XL
Shoulder straps: 16mm
Underbust elastic band: 40mm
2XL-3XL and Support+1-3
Shoulder straps: 25mm
Underbust elastic band: 50mm
Underwear

Numeric Hips
XS 0-2 35-36.5"
S 4-6 37-38.5"
M 8-10 39-40.5"
L 10-12 41-42.5"
XL 14-16 43-45.5"
2XL 18 46-49.5"
3XL 20-22 50-53"