Avoiding visible panty lines!
- Feb 27, 2017
Avoiding Visible Panty Lines (VPL)
Whichever way you see it, visible panty line is nothing but trash, it is not a delight to the eye. The bad news is, it is certainly no respecter of time, or even the cost of clothe you put. It shows everywhere and ends up ruining your carefully selected team that cost you an arm and a leg.
The good news is that you can find a way around it. There are practical tips that you can apply daily to banish visible panty lines (VPL) forever. And guess what, you do not have to go to the command.
Unlike normal panties, boy shorts cover more of the back, not cut in the middle where the clothes seem to be getting tighter, showing panty outline.
Boyshorts are great because they have come under the butt cheek rather than cutting across it. A little lace can help to make the lines less abrupt and not so visible. Make sure that the lace is a flat one so that it does not look lumpy in tight clothes.
Fig. 1: Boy Shorts
Not the most comfortable, but again, if you know something woman then you will know that comfort is secondary for them compared to looking elegant and smart. A valid reason for this is their preference to gout in high-heeled shoes even when they are not too comfortable with it.
Thongs go between the legs (to put it gently), and that means out of your sight. You can choose between different types of T-back G-strings, straps or normally when you decide to tight clothes super sticky. Go with low-cut strips if you wear pants and high leg styles if you wear a dress.
Go with the professionals.
There is a reason why professional stylist uses only thongs and G strings. It might not be as comfortable as a pair of granny panties, but they work well, and frankly, G strings are not as bad as people think, provided they are not too tight.
Wear thicker fabrics with more Texture
If you want to wear something tight on the bottom, jersey, silk, slinky fabrics and other light fabrics should not be an option. They are too soft and sticky; they go well with looser silhouettes that skim the body, rather than gripping it. Prints can sometimes be an effective way to conceal VPLS but if you really want to go firmly, then texture fabric is your best bet, this will help hide the lumps and lines that could be hidden underneath.
Select laser- cut Underwear
Laser cut panties come as thin as you can ever imagine, even in their many different styles, you can use them while you still have your real underwear.
The choice of a granny panty might not be the sexiest or hottest on the market, but they are the reason why you will never see panty lines on your mother or grandmother. It Covers all your backside and the high waist gives a smooth silhouette.
Fig. 2: Laser-cut Underwear
Sometimes, the line between the line of panties being visible and no visible panty lines is another item of clothing. Think Spanx, also known as body shapers or Cotillion old school. This cancels out the possibility of any VPL and creates a smooth silhouette. Just remember to get one with an elegant silhouette to avoid the sight of an ugly bunching. Think spandex, silk, polyester for your fabrics.
If you choose something tight on the bottom, select thicker and well textured fabric rather than slinkier, thinner fabrics. A thinner fabric will safely keep your underwear out of sight and it is less likely to map the outline of panties being visible. Textures and prints act as a distraction from what is going on under your clothes.
Adopt anti-VPL panties
The underwear industry is also trying to help the production of panties that will be much more compatible with the trend of wearing super tight clothes. There is the all lace panty with a flat edge and if you get the right size, you can bet it will conceal any form of line that may want to appear visible.
You can also invest in laser cutting hemless shorts, It is seamless without bumps and no lines. However, attention should be on getting the right size, it is capable of rolling and bunching especially if they are of poor quality or the wrong size.
Follow the rules of color
You can get the best panty type, if the colour is wrong, your underwear will continue to e displayed for the world to see. Light colored clothing go with plain dark colored pants. This means black (universal), and for African women, chocolate brown or whatever shade of brown is close to your skin colour.
Avoid patterns and textures on your panties except you are layering or wearing it under a thick textured fabric as earlier discussed above.
Fig. 3: Dos and Don’ts of VPL
Visible panty lines are more obvious under thinner fabrics, creating unpleasant bumps and it prevents a seamless silhouette. The major solution to avoiding this is to Opt for minimal or seamless thongs or briefs with laser cut edges. Thongs are made of a stretchy nylon, and they come in a variety of colours that offer an incredibly comfortable fit.