Fight Hitler In Hanky Panky Silk and Lace Panties
Today's panty pick combines silk and lace. I could stop right there and that would be review enough, because silk and lace are the Father Christmas and Mrs Santa Claus of lingerie, but I won't, because then you'd be disappointed and we don't want that.
Hanky Panky makes these pretty panties, and interestingly, they appear to have abandoned their traditional frenetic neon color scheme and preference for odd angular cuts to create something that is actually pretty tasteful in a full brief with muted colors that make the wearer look very ladylike and refined even if they happen to only be wearing panties.
These panties are so refined that you might even be able to go to a job interview just wearing them and them alone and and impress people with your old timey fashion sense, but the fact that the tulle fabric extends all around the back of the panties may make them slightly inappropriate. What's so wrong with that? Allow me to explain.
Hanky Panky puts a modern twist on these panties by making the sides and back of these panties see-through with the powers of tulle. You don't see tulle very often these days, and anyone observing these panties won't be seeing a lot of tulle either, if you know what I mean. They'll be seeing a lot of you instead. Shameful!
Styled in a 1940's style (who can
forget the glamor of those old war days), with scalloped lace edges
and lovely floral swirls, these panties are a perfect addition to any
lingerie wardrobe whether the male happens to be male or female. Men
will enjoy the high rise charmeuse silk front particularly, which is
overlaid with pretty lace at the front, but which is pure silk on the
back side, for a pleasant feel and fit. Purchasing information for these panties can be found as usual, at hewearspanties.com
Color options are black and champagne and black and iris. Allow me to translate that for you, they mean black / beige and black / purple. It's just a fun way of making the panties sound even more refined than they already looked. It's a cheap marketing ploy, but at least they didn't call the panties 'Barbara' or 'Genevieve' or something like that.
Whether you're fighting Hitler, or simply enjoying the fact that you're wearing panties, (and who doesn't occasionally just sit around and enjoy the fact that they're wearing panties, or alternatively, fight Hitler in their underwear) this silk and lace combo will bring joy for years to come.