Hanky Panky High Cut Panties
Even if Hanky Panky's line of High Cut Panties had been made from metal smelted in hell itself, I still would have written this article because I love the lyrical flow of the title. Fortunately for you and I and everyone who has purchased these panties, Hanky Panky High Cut Panties are most certainly not forged in hell.
Instead they are delicately woven from some of the finest lace and what they're calling 'silky skin', which makes them sound more like Hannibal Lecter's fashion department than they realize. What 'silky skin' really refers to is the lovely rayon fabric that makes up the part of the panty that isn't miles and miles of lovely lace. Miles and miles may be a slight exaggeration, but you know what? I'm going to stick with it regardless.
These lovely panties are perfect for anyone who loves lingerie and more specifically, for anyone who loves lace. There's more lace on these than there was in the entire of16th century France, and that's saying a lot. (It's also lying a lot, but I'm feeling whimsical today, so bear with me. It will be fun if you just relax and go along with it.)
You can buy the Hanky Panky High Cut Panties in two colors, Black, for mysterious Gothic moonlit nights, or Beige, for soul destroying days of grinding away in a workplace that won't even let you wear panties in a color that won't actively suck fun out of the world.
Hanky Panky adds another word to the 'words we can use to describe beige without actually calling something beige' list, by calling this other color of panties 'Mocha'. (If you're wondering whether every single review I write will include slamming beige, I can assure you now that it most certainly will. Except if beige is not an option. I dream of a bright future in which beige is no longer an option, where all lingerie is free to be as pretty and flamboyant as it likes. I have a dream.)
If you needed any more encouragement to feel kindly towards these panties, I can assure you that they are made in the USA, which makes them the panties of true patriots, assuming you happen to be an American citizen, and not a citizen of one of the other 194 perfectly good countries in the world. If you're that way inclined, you can even call them Freedom Panties.