Panties have evolved over time from the knee or ankle-length pantaloons of the early 1800s, through the drawers and bloomers of the late 1800s, to the forerunner of modern panties, the step-ins worn by free-spirited flappers in the 1920s.
Today’s women have a dazzling array of panty styles from which to choose, all in an infinite variety of fabrics and colors. With so many varieties, it is no wonder that some of us are baffled by boxer shorts and tongas or are confused by thongs and g-strings. This panty guide will clear it all up for you with an explanation about twelve styles of panties found on the market Evenriver Women High Waist B074P3PW1F.
These are the closest things modern women have to flapper step-ins and plus size tap pants are a more feminine version of boxer shorts. Usually made of soft, floaty fabrics such as satin and silk, they feature an elastic waist and loose, short, full legs.
These are tap pants for the active set. Plus size boy shorts are like stretchy, tight-fitting boxers. They offer full coverage from your waist to just below the crotch, so they are longer than regular panties, but not as long as bike shorts or workout shorts.
Briefs are generally known by those who don`t appreciate them being called “granny panties.” Plus size briefs offer coverage from your waist to the natural crease where your legs meet your torso. They are excellent for sleeping in, especially when made of white cotton, which lets your skin breathe.
French Cut Panties
These sexy numbers also offer full coverage from the waist in the back, but the leg holes in front are cut very high up toward the hip. Plus size French cut panties are preferred by women who do not like tight elastic around their legs. They also elongate the appearance of your legs, which is why this cut if so often used in bathing suit bottoms.