Many women out there think of G-strings as a literal pain in butt. For most wearers, it is the exact opposite. Most women who wear a G-string love them and would never go back to bikinis and/or brief style. They are great for making sure that you have no visible panty lines with your sleekest of dresses and slacks. One can argue that it is better to have a small piece of fabric up there than the whole backside of your favorite granny panties any day. With that said, you need to know what types of G-strings are the best to wear as far as comfort go. If you know what styles there are out there and the difference between a thong and a G-string, then you will find the comfort level different then what you thought. You also need to be sure you are wearing the right size and what material the G-string is made of. This may seem silly at first but it will make the difference between comfortable or painful wearing.
Many women categorize thongs and G-strings in the same area and think they are just alike. A G-string is actually quite different than a thong. A thong has a thicker band and a crotch. This can be uncomfortable and chafing to many women. The thicker band can rub with normal daily movement and be quite painful at the end of the day. A G-string is a large triangle in front attached to a small triangle or other strings in the back by a very thin string of fabric. This line of fabric rests snugly yet comfortably along the perineal up the rear. It is actually not even noticeable if you are wearing the right size. The sides are also made of extremely thin bands that should be snug, yet not leave marks around the hips or waist. A G-sting has no crotch at all unlike its cousin the thong. So as one can see there is quite the difference between what a thong and a G-string are.
The best thing about G-strings other than their invisibility under your cloths is that they are so comfortable they are almost like an addiction for women. You feel as if you don't even have panties on and have a wide variety to choose from. There are V-backs, T-backs, and some that have a little triangle in the back. They can be worn with pants and skirts with the lowest of waistlines and you won't have to worry about them showing. The V-back G-string is one of the best styles to wear with extremely low riding pants. It doesn't matter how low you bend over or stoop down you won't see your panties at all. You will want to make sure that you are wearing the right size so that they do not ride up on you in anyway. They should also be snug enough to not fall or shift out of place when you move. That small triangle should hold everything in place no matter what type of movements you make. You should be able to open your legs and be concealed.
Fabric is the key to true G-string magic. Synthetic elastic fabrics offer the most comfortable choices and colors. If you have what look like "stripper" panties, then you have the right kind. These are secure, breathable, and extremely comfortable. They stay dry, unlike cotton, and cause no irritation to your delicate parts. These are also machine washable and dryable. They can be put into any wash cycle and you won't have to worry about them losing their elasticity, form, or color. If you are the kind of gal who just loves cotton, then you need to be more careful what you get. Remember that cotton shrinks so buy a size bigger, then wash, and dry them on a high heat. You will want to check after to make sure they retained their shape and did not distort. Cotton also likes to hold in moisture and can be a bit uncomfortable by the end of the day for some ladies. It would be better to consider a cotton blend that has an elastic synthetic fabric woven into it. This will provide a drying effect and reduce the distortion that washing and drying cotton can have
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