Thong, the trendiest and the sexiest lingerie in every woman’s wardrobe, is the best choice for wonderful seaside leisure, be it with your sweetheart or with your pals. With the right thong, you could feel the sun, dive in the sea comfortably, and enjoy your vacation as you wish. However, the comfort factor depends on how you select the thong and how you use it. Selecting the right sized thong is very important because, even the minutest difference could make it the most uncomfortable thing to wear on. Also, a wrong choice of material could make you feel uneasy. Not only this, you should also be able to know the difference between different types of thongs so that you know what is meant for you and what is not. Here is a list of important things that one should consider while picking up thongs. Read on and learn about these considerations.
How To Wear A Thong
Choose The Fabric
You should be very specific about the fabric used in the thongs because, this is something that stays very close to your body and anything uncomfortable can make you conscious and restless. It is better to go for 100% cotton. Other choices are cotton and spandex blends, nylon and spandex microfiber, cotton and lycra blends, silk knits, mesh, and lace.
Consider Color And Pattern
You should be selective about the color and pattern of the thong that you select. There is a plethora of colors and patterns to choose from and if you are not specific, you may find it difficult to select one. So, be sure about what you want. Also, consider the color of your clothes. Don’t wear anything contrast like pink thong under white skirt, if you want your thong to be invisible.
Types Of Thongs
There are different types of thongs available. Have a look at them and select the one that you would like to go for.
G-string: This thong provides minimum coverage and hence commonly referred to as ‘butt floss’. It consists of only a front triangle, which is connected to strings that wound around the hip.
Tanga: It provides better coverage than the G-string. Usually, it covers the front completely while it has higher cut in the back, which usually curves up above the butt.
V-String: As the name suggests, this thong forms a V shape on the back. This also offers poor coverage, better than G-string though.
T Back: As the name suggest, it forms a ‘T’ shape on the back where the waistband joins the material at the back.
Rio: This is a transitional garment that provides coverage just like the high cut bikini briefs and hence, it has a pet name – ‘starter thong’. If you are not sure whether to go for a thong or not, this is the one for you as it is just like a bikini.
Now you know different types of thong panties and things to consider when you attempt to buy one. Keep these tips in mind to make your selection apt and better every time.