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What to look for in underwear panties

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When it comes to underwear panties, you want to look out for certain features so you remain dry and comfortable. The last thing you would want to deal with is uncomfortable panties that do not provide the leak proof protection and comfort you may need. Many women suffer from some form of bladder leakage, and would want a stain resistant, fast drying and odour free underwear. Modibodi is a great option as it is a period and leak-proof underwear brand. The brand creates undies for everyone and it is the underwear solution for everyday living, from menstrual flow to incontinence, working out and swimming.

 

Modibodi Classic Bikini Underpants

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This is one of my favourite underwear panties by Modibodi. It comes in different colours – Blue Aqua, Mocha, Black, and Beige. Here are the reasons why I really like it –

Flow: 10ml = 2 tampons or 1-2 teaspoons

For: Using alone on light-medium period days, as back up on heavy period days, for sneaky leaks and heavy discharge

Feels: Liberating, your new lifesaver

Your impact: Fewer disposable pads, liners and tampons = positive change for every bodi

 

What to look for in underwear panties

Here are some features you should look out for in everyday underwear panties –

 

Comfortable and Practical

I look out for comfortable and practical underwear panties. Comfort is really important to me. We have on underwear all day, so it has to be comfortable or it can ruin the day. I make sure the material used is breathable, comfortable and that the design is practical. G strings are not the most comfortable, so you won’t catch me wearing them. I prefer bikini panties for most days.

 

Protection

Panties with some form of protection are the best. Once you go through pregnancy and child brith, you start to appreciate these types of underwear even more. I like to go for undies absorbs and locks away fluids, to keep me dry and secure all day.

 

Stain Resistance

The more stain resistant the undies the better for me. Which is why I adore Modibodi panties as the panties are stain resistant and fast drying. You need to try them and see for yourself how amazing they are.

 

What do you look out for when shopping for underwear panties? What do you think of Modibodi? Have you tried any of their panties before? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below, let’s chat.

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Luxury Lingerie Pieces

Summer is almost here, and that is all I can think about, as far as fashion is concerned. I am loving the new designs in store, and looking forward to grabbing a few new pieces this season.

I love lingerie shopping. I don’t go lingerie shopping everyday, so when I do go, I like to go for luxurious quality pieces. I recently came across some luxury womens lingerie on the David Nieper website, and I have been busy filling up my shopping cart! For those who do not know about this amazing brand, David Nieper is a womenswears store with a reputation for designing and making collections of the utmost softness, femininity and luxury.

Here are some of the lingerie pieces that are currently on my style radar –

 

Superso Smooth Bra by Mey

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This stunning guipure lace-trimmed T-shirt bra looks so good. It is made in gorgeously light fabric which gently moulds to the shape of your breasts. I like bras that look like this. This would be a great addition to my bra collection.

 

Panty Girdle by Miss Mary of SwedenWhite Girdle Picture

A girdle is a must-have lingerie for almost every mother out there. And this white cotton piece ticks all the right boxes, with the integral control and firm support to flatten at the front, lift and shape. This would be so handy in my wardrobe!

 

Soft Camisole

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I find camisoles so handy. I wear a lot of see through blouses, so camisoles are a necessity in my wardrobe. I could also wear one without a blouse, which makes them a great multi-tasking piece to have in the wardrobe this summer. This soft camisole is a fab choice!

 

Soft Stretch Lace Brief by Sans Complexe 

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I love this pink and pretty brief with deep stretch lace panels. I love the finishing with the fixed lace-up ribbon details at the sides. I would love a few of these. I think it looks so luxurious.

 

What do you think of these pieces? Do you enjoy shopping for lingerie?

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What Do You Do With Your Unwanted Bras?

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What do you do with your unwanted bras? Do you bin them, abandon them, or give them to charity? Most women will have a couple of unworn and unwanted bras buried somewhere in their wardrobes. That bra you got because you thought you liked, that lace bra that has no support whatsoever, that coloured bra you can no longer stand, that white bra you are afraid to get dirty, or that sexy plunge bra, you got as a Valentine’s Day present from your ex? Every bra tells a story, and sometimes the story is the reason why they remain unworn.

I had quite a few unworn bras, until some months ago. I sorted out my wardrobe, sold some shoes and bags on eBay, and got rid of some bras, I just did not like. Some of the bras, I never worn outside my home, and some I have had for so long, it was time to move on.There was this particular Lasenza white bra I remember getting rid of, I got it some years ago and I never wore it. It was a pretty bra but HEAVILY padded, so padded, that it was super uncomfortable to wear for more than 5 minutes, hence the reason why I never wore it for more than 5 minutes. I am still not sure of what I was smoking on the day I bought it, it was about a tenner, so not too expensive, but it is still a tenner than the drain.

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So reading about NGOs and charities like Oxfam, accepting unwanted bras, to sell on or export to developing countries, like Senegal, where there is a huge demand for it, made me think about the bras I got rid of. Senegalese women need our unwanted bras not just to wear as underwear, but also to wear over the top of their clothes. Wearing bras over the top of clothes in Senegal, and some other African countries, is now seen as fashionable. Bras serve as an underwear and also as an outerwear in that part of the world, so the demand is ever-growing, interesting isn’t it?

Correct me if I am wrong, but I believe most women just put their unwanted underwear in the bin, because we believe, there is no market for second-hand underwear. I personally didn’t think anyone would want my old bras, no matter how clean or unworn they were, and I also see them as private, kind of. I won’t take my old panties to the charity shop, so I won’t take my old bras. That is how I use to see it, but not anymore. If my old bras can help someone, somewhere, I would happily donate it.

How do you see it? What do you do with unwanted bras? Sound off in the comment section.

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