Thongs are not for everyone. Some of us love them and some of us hate them. The fit can vary just like any other type of foundation garment. With anything you wear the bottom line should always be comfort.
I remember the day I purchased my first pair of thongs. For years I couldn’t be talked into wearing them as just the thought of a thin strip of elastic placed down the center of my derrière made me cringe. However, I was never happy about the outline of my briefs showing through my trousers. It was my vanity that convinced me I should at least try a pair before I completely dismissed the idea of wearing an article of clothing which I mostly associated with a more pleasurable experience for men rather then women.
My decision to try a pair of thongs was to merely optimize a smooth look across my backside and no other reason. Anyone who wears thongs exclusively will swear they are more comfortable than their full-butted sister. I was not convinced of this but that was the word on the street and I was game.
Anytime we try something new while at the same time feeling hesitant—we go slow. We submerge a few toes into the water before we jump into a pool or we take a small bite of a mysterious food before we devour a large mouthful. Wearing my first thong was no different. I wasn’t prepared to make a huge investment in a pair as I wasn’t sure if there would be a love connection with me and less-than-there underwear so I opted for a basic pair of thongs in cotton/lycra from Nordstrom. After several hours I couldn’t take the pulling and rubbing anymore, so I stepped into the ladies room and threw them in the trash preferring to go commando.The two vertical strips of elastic were unbearable but the smooth derriere was perfection.
Determined to get max comfort from my thongs I tried every pair that came recommended.
This is my summary;
-Not all thongs are created equal. Some are downright painful and are meant exclusively for fulfilling the exotic fantasies of you or someone with whom you intend to have sex.
-The most comfortable are the ones that are laser cut and have no elastic. I have no doubt there are others but after years of research the ones which fit the bill for comfort and smoothness are Commando by Her Look.
-There is no worse hell than a thong that is too small.
-Skirts and dresses are best with full-butted briefs (we must never again call them panties). My favorite are made by F’leurt.
-Boyshorts sound like a great alternative but they can crawl up your derriere just like any bad fitting underwear, making for a lousy day.
-Since trying on any type of underwear is prohibited (as it should be) unless you try them on over your existing underwear (which is still a bad idea) you will never truly know how they will fit. You will have to take a chance on that first pair.
-There is nothing more comfortable then a pair of super fine pima cotton, max-coverage butted briefs.