These panties were the same size of other Jockey panties I've bought but they are much much smaller in every way. The proportions were completely off from leg openings to crotch width to rise to width across rear to waist.
What features best describe this style:
Cut Too Small
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
This are my favorite undies ever! Please make more and in different colors, especially for larger sizes. The modern brief style works great with higher rise pants, and especially skirts, which often sit at the true waist. Without being as voluminous as traditional briefs.
Does this need to be hand washed, or can this go in the washing machine? Thanks for your help!
A shopper on Oct 1, 2014
Best Answer:These panties' fabric is thinner than the usual Jockey panties. I have put them in the washer (lower temperature perm press) and dryer at the same low temperature setting. So far they come out fine, but expect that they will not last as long as thicker fabric panty . They are, however, sleeker under my slacks. My objective was to find a panty that did not fold over at the waist or roll up at the leg. So far so good.
Hi, when washing this item use cold water and low tumble dry. We suggest washing with only like fabrics. Do not wash with denim, towels or other heavier cotton item because that can cause this item to pill.
Best Answer:I don't know if it is cotton(probably not,since material not listed) but there is a lining and it is a different weave, very cotton-like feel to it. These are the most comfortable briefs I have ever owned. They definitely stay in place and never stretch out and lose shape during day.
Best Answer:Hi Michele, all of our women's panties should fit according to the size chart. However, each style of panty has a different fit. The fabrication of this garment might make them seem snugger then cotton. I always suggest going by what the size chart says and if they aren't quite the right fit you can always return them. We offer free returns and exchanges on every order.
Are these underwear latex free? Is the spandex latex free?
A shopper on Oct 29, 2014
Best Answer:Hi, thank you for your question, Our product design director informed me that none of our products can be certified latex-free. The elasticizers we use are the culprit, containing at least trace amounts of latex. Consequently, she recommends in the strongest possible terms that you steer clear of our products for the sake of your own comfort and well being. While many products contain only trace amounts, they do nonetheless pose a threat, and we cannot in good conscience recommend them.