Just what makes for a pair of women's quality panties? We all know a pair of fabulous knickers once we have them on—they're the ones that feel delicious against the skin, and make us feel sexy, confident and put together. But is there a way to ensure that a pair of panties is going to fit like a dream before we actually bring them home?
Absolutely! Women's quality panties can basically be broken down into three main factors: cut, fabric, and construction. Keeping an eye out for all of these will give you a good indication of how good a pair of undies will be—long before you leave the lingerie shop.
The very first step in avoiding panty discomfort is looking for underwear that's cut for your body shape. Women's quality panties come in every style under the rainbow—from bikinis to thongs and back again. While it ultimately comes down to personal preference, there are certain shapes that are (almost) universally comfortable. Among these power panty styles are briefs, bikinis, and boy shorts.
The fabric that a pair of women's quality panties comes in is, hands down, the most important factor in deciding whether or not to take them home with you. Panties made from cheap fabrics not only have a much shorter shelf life (a few months at most) but they will also pill and generally fall apart after a few washings. Of course, not everyone can afford imported silk. There are still plenty of affordable, quality, underwear fabric selections. (Including 100% cotton)
Finally, don't overlook construction. A pair of quality women's panties will have solid, unobtrusive stitching. And anyone who's ever been dismayed to find their lace trim come undone knows exactly how important this is!