In some countries, the word ”PANT” is used to mean underwear. Both sexes will wear a pant, however this term is more regularly used for undergarments wore by women. Girls wear panties mainly because they saw their parent wearing them, and even in this modern age, there are some primitive villages where women will just wear pant and go around with their bare breasts showing. Without the pant, women in this world are not complete. Eve started wearing panties to cover up her naked body and this tradition has been passed down from generation to generation. Every self respected lady will cover their heavenly route.
Most young ladies experience a certain time of the month when they are on their period and the panty will support their ‘Pad’ that they use to restrict their flow. Panties are worn for disease prevention, to prevent any unwanted micro organisms from getting into a healthy vagina. A man is likely to have more respect for a woman if she is wearing panties. Women enjoy wearing sexy underwear for themselves and their husbands, because it is a simple way to get a boost.
Regional differences turn underpants into pants, and pants are trousers, so this can be confusing at times. Panties are often referred to as knickers and pants can refer to trousers, jeans, slacks, shorts, sweatpants, parachute pants or whatever. The term underpants clearly means that they should go under your pants. When the word pant is used for underwear, it can cause a different perception of what is being worn.
There are many different kinds of Pant, like the bikini, boyshorts, brief, cheeky, G-String, high waist, hipster, retro, slip, tanga and the thong. The bikini features narrow sides and a hip-level waistband which gives this panty a classic, universally flattering shape that’s essential for every wardrobe. The bikini panty could be ideal for working out, because they’ll move with you, instead of fighting off thong chafing, you can focus on getting fit. The boyshort is a cheeky take on fitted boxer shorts, and these panties deliver a body-hugging fit with a longer leg for extra coverage under skirts and dresses. The brief is a classic comfort panty, that have a higher rise and provide excellent seat coverage. The cheeky may also be called a Brazilian and it is similar to a bikini with a more exposed back. The cheeky thong covers a little bit of your cheeks, but isn’t a full-on bikini fit, so it may be perfect to wear with jeans, because you won’t get a strong panty line and you have a little more coverage on your lady parts from bulky jean seams.
The G-String will give you the least coverage, but it will give you a smoother silhouette under tight dresses and pants. They have string sides and a string back, which will put the spotlight on your buns. The high-cut panty gives your legs a long, lean look while also offering moderate to full coverage in back. The hipster is an everyday favorite, because it features a low-rise panty with wider sides that provide minimal to moderate coverage. It’s a hybrid between a boyshort and bikini cut. Retro panties are vintage style panties and they may be called granny panties, because they are high rise panties and they give you full coverage on the rear. Slip panties are long-length, seam free underwear which provide smoothing coverage and helps prevent panty lines. They are usually made from a silky-soft microfiber fabric that creates a lightweight, sleek design without constriction to help you conquer the day with comfortable coverage and without constriction.
A tanga is a pair of briefs consisting of small panels connected by strings at the sides. Thongs flaunt revealing coverage in back and body-hugging fabrics for a smooth, line-free look that works great under form-fitting clothes. Thongs aren’t just little stringy things anymore. They have a skinnier waistband with minimal coverage on back side, but recently lingerie designers have made the bands at the hip wider and more comfortable on your curves. Thongs allow you to say goodbye to visible panty lines without having to sacrifice any comfort.
This was written for Linda G. Hill’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday where the prompt word is “pant”.