Slinky, Stealthy Vanity Fair Hi-Cut Panties
80% Nylon, 20% Spandex, 100% gorgeous. That's the only apt way I can think of to describe Vanity Fair's Hi Cut panties, you know the panties I'm talking about. They're the panties in the picture, the ones with the metallic shine that just won't allow you to tear your eyes away.
'Hope', you might say. 'These panties, they lack the adornment I am used to as a connoisseur of lingerie. How could you bring such vile plainness to my attention!?'
And to you I would say one word: Stealth.
And then I would explain that by pointing out the fact that even the most anti women's clothing partner is going to have a hard time identifying that these truly are women's panties.
These are simple panties, to be sure, in fact, they're so simple that I don't think I would be wrong to say that any men who love lingerie would do well to add these to their collection for those times where you want to wear a nice pair of women's panties, but onlookers may disapprove.
There are, as you can see, absolutely no additional frills to these panties. These panties are about, fit, feel and function, and that's okay. A panty that feels good is worth a hundred panties that look pretty but make you want to tear them off five minutes after you put them on.
The seams of these panties are not at the sides or the back, but towards the front, which means no visible panty line, and the incredible smooth fabric means that your clothing won't cling to these panties either, which is nice. There's nothing more annoying than having your skirt hiked halfway up your legs because the fabric of your skirt and the fabric of your panties developed some kind of life and death, Romeo and Juliet static attraction whilst you were sitting down.
What colors do they come in? What a fine question. 'Do they come in beige, Hope?' you are probably asking your screen. Of course they come in beige. It is my immense misfortune to spend a lifetime reviewing panties that come in beige. Like Atlas with his rock, as soon as I find a lovely pair of panties I am invariably crushed by their milky light brown hue. Vanity Fair has seen fit to stick the knife in twice by offering two separate shades of beige, one lighter, called 'Damask Neutral' and one darker, called 'Sunkissed'. You can also obtain these panties in white 'Star White' and black 'Mid Black'.
I particularly enjoy the fact that
Vanity Fair is unable even to call black simply 'black', instead it
is 'Mid Black, a term so nonsensical it transcends all the currently
known laws of physics.