Women Panty Styles

Sunday, December 15, 2019 - 13:42

To feel your best in your favourite dress, you should feel good from under it as well. A panty that fits and sits right can make all the difference. It is thus important to choose your intimates carefully, finding the one that suits your body type best.

As you start a new life with your husband, or as a mother, your body undergoes some changes. These changes can bring with them a unique set of issues, like increased vaginal discharge or urinary incontinence. Panty liners help combat this problem, making you feel fresh. Choose one that suits your panty style, and enjoy a soft and comfortable feeling all day.

Versatility is part of the charm of lingerie, and it can be tailored to your personality and body shape.

Panty Styles

  • Apple Shaped : A larger bust, broad shoulders, narrow hips and a less defined waist are the characteristics of an apple-shaped body type. Curve-friendly cuts in panties fit well on the narrow hips, and flatter the rounded tummy as well.
  • Pear Shaped : Wider hips and thighs, narrow shoulders, wider bottom and a smaller bust – pear shaped bodies can benefit from shapewear, but a panty with a high cut on the sides and a lower rise can be comfortable. This style will also make your legs look longer and slimmer, and your hips and thighs look more balanced with your shoulders.
  • Hourglass Shaped : An hourglass figured woman has a bust and hips that are nearly the same size, with a well-defined waist, and shapely legs. A simple panty will suffice, as your body already has the perfect symmetry.
  • Boyish Shaped : An undefined waist, narrower hips and a small bust is best complemented by well-fitting panties. Since the bottom and hip area tends to be narrow, panties with hipster, bikini or larger cuts will visually add shape to your bottom and hips.

All women are different, and beautiful in their own way. Remember, it is important to recognise, accept, and appreciate your body the way it is.


Note: This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice.