How to Fit – Daywear Panties
Welcome! You’re about to learn how to find the daywear panties that are the right size for you. To do so, you’ll be using your waist and hip measurements. If you’re ready, let’s begin. This presentation will only last a few minutes.
There a few reasons why daywear panties are the most popular item of women’s intimate apparel.
First, they’re easy to clean and don’t take up a lot of space in the washing machine. Also, their relatively low cost allows most women to own a large number of them, preventing laundering time from changing wardrobe plans.
Second, they provide modesty to any ensemble’s overall look. That’s because they add a layer that disguises the definition of the body’s natural form. This is particularly important when tight-fitting clothes are worn.
And third, they’re made in a dazzling array of silhouettes, colors, prints, and fabrics. Unless you have particular favorites, no two pairs of undies in your dresser drawer need to look the same.
Before we talk about sizing, here’s a really helpful tip.
You’ll find that daywear panties come in a variety of silhouettes including: boy shorts, briefs, hi-cuts, hipsters, bikinis, and thongs - just to name a few. Depending on your figure and weight distribution, you’ll generally discover one or two silhouettes that function better, and feel more comfortable, on you.
Now it’s time to figure out which daywear panty size is right for you.
To do this, you’ll need to measure the lengths around your waist and hips. You’ll need a flexible tape measure and a mirror. You may also find it helpful to have a buddy assist you.
Now, we’re ready to get down to business.
It’s best to take off your pants when measuring, as the fabric gets in the way of accuracy. Place the tape measure around the smallest part of your waist, following your body’s natural indentation. If you’re not sure where your smallest part is located, bend to the side to find it. Make sure that the tape lies flatly, and parallel to the ground, all the way around your body. Pull it snugly to get an accurate measurement.
Round the result, up or down, to the nearest whole inch. For example, if your measurement is 29 3/8”, round down to 29”. Or, if your measurement is 29 ½”, round up to 30”.
Next, we’ll measure your hips.
Stand with your legs together and place the tape measure around the fullest part of your hips. This should be approximately 7” below your waist. Make sure that it lies flatly, and parallel to the ground, all the way around your body.
Again, round the result, up or down, to the nearest whole inch. For example, if your measurement is 39 3/8”, round down to 39”. Or, if your measurement is 39 ½”, round up to 40”.
We’re almost done.
The two measurements taken together determine the size of the garment. Find your waist and hip measurements on the chart and you’ll discover the corresponding daywear panty size that’s right for you.
For example, if your waist measures 33”, and your hip measures 42”, an average-size, size-8 or extra-large daywear panty will fit you well.
If your waist and hip measurements don’t correspond to one garment size, match only your hip measurement to the corresponding garment size. The fabric in daywear panties is very accommodating.
That's it - now you’ll feel confident when looking for the daywear panties that are right for you.
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