Sexy Sensual Vintage Panties For Men
There's something so very charming about vintage lingerie. Perhaps it is the way it harks back to a simpler time, before you could program your implanted RFID chip with your mp3 player. Perhaps it is the way that the lingerie from days of olde (a time somewhere between the present and the olden days) always seems to have been handcrafted by tiny Belgian nuns, or disenfranchised Lithuanian princesses, or some such thing. An item of vintage lingerie seems imbued with history, with a story that runs much deeper than the lingerie on offer at your local purveyor of lacy goods.
Vintage panties also provide much more coverage than your average modern panties. Even granny panties fall short of the long flowing lines set by vintage panties.
Vintage panties are also made of different materials from modern panties. Rayon and acetate are two common materials found in vintage panties which give them a distinctive look and feel that just cannot be reproduced by modern pieces.
Flippy Flirty Rayon Pin Up Girl Panties
Take these sweet sexy panties for instance, long pink panties with wide legs trimmed with lace, these are the sort of one of a kind panties every lingerie lover should have in his or her collection. A blast from the past (1950's to be exact), the owner of these panties is going to be one very lucky chap or chapette.
1960's Hollywood Vassarette Nylon Panties
From the 1960s, these sexy panties are made of smooth nylon and come from a company called Hollywood Vassarette who are making an impact on the lingerie scene many many years after their inception. Hollywood Vassarette items are well known for their quality, longevity and also for the fact that women used to purchase them and evidently not wear them very much, saving them for a special occasion.
Raunchy Red Acetate Panties
These 100% acetate panties are something of a rarity in the vintage lingerie scene and are most certainly a rarity in modern lingerie. Nowadays acetate is more often associated with sheets of plastic than lingerie, (though it is still possible to purchase some blouses and gowns made of the material) but this wonder material was once woven into incredibly silky smooth items of lingerie. Acetate is actually derived from wood pulp, can you believe it? Unfortunately I don't think they're technically organic. Also, acetate can be dissolved by Acetone, so keep your nail polish remover well away from your panties!