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Hi Hope. I was curious about pantyhose and panties. Are they worn together?

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    Scott04posted 8 years ago

    Hi Hope.  I was curious about pantyhose and panties.  Are they worn together?

  2. pippap profile image85
    pippapposted 8 years ago

    I'm not Hope; but, I can tell you what worked for me.

    Technically, you are supposed to be able to get away without having to wear undies if you wear the pantyhose with the cotton gusset that mimics underwear.  This works well for many people; however, not for me.  I had a different problem.

    When I was working and wearing pantyhose, I found that I had a very difficult time keeping my pantyhose panty portion securely around my butt where they belonged.  My pantyhose tended to shift and droop.  You can imagine what a problem that was.  So, I tried something different.

    I put my pantyhose on first and put my panties on over the pantyhose.  I found my panties (I wore the full version not bikinis) held my pantyhose securely in place and I no longer had to make trips to the washroom to adjust by undies.

    I am now retired and thrown my pantyhose away.  One of the best choices I have ever made.

    Hope this helps you.

  3. jm2fly profile image77
    jm2flyposted 8 years ago

    I'm not Hope either. Pantyhose were created in the 50's as an alternative to wearing suspender stockings and panties. They were intended to be worn independantly.

    If you wear control top or a style with a reinforced brief area you especially don't need to. Sheer to waist may be another issue.

    Now you may choose to wear underwear with pantyhose if you feel the need but I never have as the underwear tend to bunch up and realy get uncomfortable. I find them quite comfortable worn alone.

  4. stricktlydating profile image82
    stricktlydatingposted 8 years ago

    Yes they are worn together. If you have a cotton gusset you can wear your panties either over or under the pantyhose.

 
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