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StillTryin
08-31-2007, 12:41 PM
Does anyone know of any panty that doesnt ride up on one or both sides? I mean shy of wearing a thong I just cant handle it. I typically opt to go without because within an hour I have ons side in my crack, TMI, SORRY!

I would love to find some that are not "grannie panties" but have back coverage and are not up to my neck in the front. I can not wear the "boy shorts" because they tend to "roll" up my thigh and I end up with a sore spot where they were sitting all day! HELP!!!


HeatherAngel
08-31-2007, 01:17 PM
I live and swear by my Jockey Elance French Cuts. Nice fit, good coverage, never ride up. Love 'em.

modkittn
08-31-2007, 02:48 PM
I can't wear boy shorts either, for the same reason. I think they are meant for really skinny girls who don't have thighs :lol:

As for the panties... are you sure you are wearing the right size? Have you tried buying a pair one size larger and seeing if that still happens? It never made sense to me that underwear has its own size. Men still get S-M-L-XL and we get 5-6-7-8-9-etc :?:


srmb60
08-31-2007, 04:53 PM
I went to the chiropractor ... no, he's a perfectly normal man ;) He addressed an aching hip, discussed wear on my shoes and now, my gautchers don't slip over right cheek any more.

witchyonadiet
09-01-2007, 05:02 PM
I have SO MANY panty issues - but - I just tried Fruit of the Loom High Cuts - they are 100% cotton and I love them. Lane Bryant (the store NOT the catalog) had really nice microfiber panties but they are fairly pricey - kinda like Spanx IMO because they hug you and make you feel pulled in and smooth without being constricted.

SoulBliss
09-01-2007, 07:49 PM
I have had lots of issues with panties in the past too.

I took a chance and just bought "bikinis" and "high rise" panties at Lane Bryant and they work better than any I have tried :D (I have a really big booty and also used to go "commando" due to the riding up and in between issue).

sleeplesstrini
09-02-2007, 07:22 PM
I found some wonerful high cut undies, great coverage in the back. They're called it.se.bit.se by french dressing and they are wonderfully cotton!! No riding up of any kind. I love them!

:carrot:


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StillTryin
09-02-2007, 07:39 PM
hmmm, i have tried different sizes of panties and that doesnt seem to make a difference. I will have to check out a couple brands that are mentioned. Maybe I can find some that will work

harrypotterybarn
09-05-2007, 10:50 AM
I just "discovered" Hanes' Stretch Perfect panties. I's always gone right for the racks of cute undies at Target, but really needed something practical so I went for things in packages on the wall. I picked out a two-pack of bikinis.....omg! best underwear ever!! They're so comfortable I totally forget I'm wearing them and absolutely no riding up (and I have serious issues with panties riding up on me). I'm actually going back to get some more today.

And they are totally not your grannie's panties :)

Starlet
09-06-2007, 03:25 PM
I may be alone but I'm a thong girl. I only need a size L but once I started wearing them they were comfy and I couldn't go back.

StillTryin
09-06-2007, 04:02 PM
I used to wear a thong also, but I kinda dont see the point of wearing them vs. nothing...lol I would like to find a panty that has that little strip of clear rubbery stuff on the butt part..lol That keeps them where they belong....

FitMomEB
09-06-2007, 05:09 PM
I can't wear boy shorts either, for the same reason. I think they are meant for really skinny girls who don't have thighs :lol:


Totally with you on that one!

I like Victoria's Secret low-rise bikinis from the signature line, they NEVER ride up and the cotton is very comfy :)