Seamless lace trim brief panty
I love this panty!!
I wish Lane Bryant would bring back all the color that used to be available!
This panty is comfortable and pretty.
But is runs small, so go up a size when ordering.
And always buy in 3s, to get the savings.
April 9, 2013
Not As Expected
I am a long time wearer of Cacique panties, but these truly disappointed me. They are thin, don't hold their shape and have no lining in the crotch.
March 10, 2013
My favorite panties...
At first I purchased one pair to try because they were seamless, the stretch wasn't stiff like putting on a girdle yet they had some support (I know, they are just underpants but I'll take all I can get!), they weren't too high in the rise as some of the others had been, they weren't too low in the rise so my tummy stayed put and there were no panty lines regardless of what idiotic position I found myself in! I LOVE LOVE LOVE THEM!
So, I now own an arsenal of them and have given them as gifts to friends who are also buying them up llike kids in a candy shop!
June 11, 2012
Please bring back original microfiber panties!
While plus-sized clothing should not be dowdy, it should be realistic. I suspect that most women who are in this size range (myself included) have no business wearing briefs that don't at least approach the bellybutton. This is not about attractiveness -- that is a personal perception and choice. HOWEVER, if you have a roll of fat in your midsection, as I do, the panties roll down under it. It is a real nuisance pulling them up all day! The original microfiber briefs were a better fit (longer in the rise), and as a result also more flattering -- they keep that roll of fat in check. The fabric was firmer than is being sold now, adding an extra element of control. I have pairs from about several years ago, and they have not lost their shape despite dozens of washings. The waistband rips eventually but I can live with that. I agree with the comments about panty liners not sticking. That is a HUGE nuisance. Having said that, the lace-trimmed panties actually aren't a bad fit on me. But the fabric is far less robust than the old fabric. The only advantage I can think of is that the lighter weight will make them good traveling underwear (drying faster). For that reason I will buy them again, but I do hope the original microfiber panties (seamless, full brief) will be brought back. PLEASE!!!
May 24, 2012