Unlike most other blogs, websites and shopping portals.
- ALL panties here are STRAPLESS PANTIES
- ALL of the sites are responsive, suitable for all devices
- ALL of the sites ship internationally
- ALL of the links work
Of course, the internet is an ever changing environment – Thus, we can’t guarantee all of the above at all times. We do however check on a weekly basis – So, if you do see something we missed or something that’s wrong, please let us know.
We hope you find the panties you are looking for…
Strapless panties are the newest addition to our Panty Styles Guide. This is about as close as you can get to going commando (wearing no panties at all) without actually going commando. They are also popularly referred to as a Strapless thong or a Strapless string.
Most Popular Colour / Material – Skin tone / Nylon and elastane mix
Coverage – The least coverage of all Panty styles, almost none at all
Wear – Under a tight dress, tight skirt or tight trousers for no VPL
Don’t Wear – Under a dress or a skirt until you are super confident
Designed to be completely “no show” this is certainly true for the sides where there is no waist band at all. At the front and at the back this is also most likely to be the case than with any other panty. You can probably, for the first time, confidently expect no Visible Panty Line (VPL) at all, a perfect silhouette no matter what you wear.
In the news…
If you believe everything you read, Strapless Panties are apparently now being worn on the runway, by Hugo Boss models (according to the Express) and even the cast of 50 Shades Of Grey. We have to admit, we found no reason to believe the latter. Strapless Panties are also becoming increasingly popular as bridal wear. This is due to wedding dresses becoming more figure hugging and at times, more revealing.
Not so popular Down Under…
The popularity of panties, knickers and undies is, as defined in our Panty Styles Guide, 76%, 18% and 6% respectively. For Strapless panties / knickers / undies this changes to 92% / 7% / 1%. This makes it quite apparent that Strapless undies have not yet really taken off Down Under. Perhaps this is due to the generally warmer climate. Are our Australian friends maybe concerned with the potential “sweat” and “slippage” issues we cover later?