You’re not alone if you’ve had trouble wearing a thong. They’re wonderful for hiding noticeable pantylines, but if you don’t wear them correctly, you’ll be uncomfortable.
In this article, I’ll show you how to wear a thong while being comfortable.
Believe me when I say that it is possible.
Thongs and g-strings, more than any other fashion item, seem to divide us. We either adore or despise them.
A thong, on the other hand, is a fashion necessity in my opinion.
So, if you’ve battled to figure out how to wear a thong without feeling like it’s slicing you in half, this article is for you.
Difference Between a Thong and a G-string
First and foremost, I believe it is critical that I clarify the difference between a thong and a g-string.
They are distinct, to be sure.
The waistband is the primary distinction between a thong and a g-string. A thong has a broader waistband than a g-string, which just has a single string around the waist. A thong is a broader piece of fabric that goes between your butt cheeks, whereas a string of g-strings goes between your butt cheeks.
The g-string is just a string at the back with a small triangle of cloth at the front, and they’re extremely similar.
I normally advocate a thong over a g-string for first-timers. Thongs are more comfortable and easy to get acclimated to than other types of underwear.
It Will Take Time
If you’ve ever tried on a thong or a g-string and felt uncomfortable, it’s quite likely that you just haven’t given it enough time.
When you first put on a thong, it feels a little strange. If you usually wear a full or a brief, you won’t have the same sense of security and coverage that you’re used to.
It’s truly simply a matter of giving it some time. You must commit to wearing a thong for three or four days until you feel comfortable with it.
What I believe frequently occurs is that we give up far too quickly. We’ll try one on, wear it for an hour or two, and then decide that it’s not comfortable and that we’re not going to wear it.
However, for some folks, giving it a little more time is all that is required.
Cotton Over Lace
I also recommend using elastic cotton textiles for first-timers. Cotton textiles are lightweight and breathable, as well as being the most comfortable to wear.
If you’re a beginner, I’d advise you to avoid lace.
The majority of lace thongs these days are elastic, comfortable, and simple to put on. However, if you’re a first-timer who isn’t used to wearing thongs or g-strings, I would recommend starting with a soft stretch cotton.
Avoid a Muffin-top
If you want to avoid a muffin top, I recommend wearing a thong rather than a g-string.
I believe that g-strings tend to dig in a little bit, especially if they are a smaller size, so if you really want a smooth, seamless look, I would choose a thong over a g-string.
It’s All About the Size
When it comes to thongs, size does matter.
If you’re having trouble feeling comfortable in a thong, it’s likely that you’re wearing the wrong size.
When it comes to thongs, most women find that they need to go up a size.
When shopping for a thong, I always recommend going up a size if you’re thinking about the normal brief size you’d wear.
To be safe, it’s best to go with a size that’s somewhat larger than one that’s little smaller.
If you’re sitting down in a thong and it hurts or feels uncomfortable, it’s because it’s a size too small.
Before you buy, give it a shot.
I enjoy shopping online, but when it comes to getting the ideal thong, you must try them on.
They come in a variety of forms, cuts, and sizes.
You can order a particular thong online once you’ve found a brand and style that fits for you.
But first and foremost, it is critical to try before you buy. Despite the fact that you’ll be trying them on over your briefs, you’ll have a decent sense of what looks and feels the most comfortable.
The Gym and Thongs
Thongs are also great to pair with leggings. But, in my experience, while I’m working out, I tend to discover the thongs that fit and feel the nicest.
A pair of thongs created by a company that specializes in active clothing. When it comes to working out, they tend to manufacture thongs with the most stretch, the greatest breathability, and the best fit.
Under my training clothes, I prefer Lululemon thongs, but there are plenty of other options.
A Cautionary Note
Thongs have a terrible reputation in the media for spreading illnesses.
If you have a history of urinary tract infections or bladder infections, I believe you can still wear a thong securely.
I simply believe you must exercise extreme caution. Obviously, you must change your underpants on a daily basis, which I’m sure you already do.
Maybe you shouldn’t wear them every day.
If you’re prone to such kinds of diseases, you might want to keep your thongs handy for when you really need them.
If you’re wearing bodycon dresses or skirts, or if you truly want to avoid a VPL, for example.
On the other days, just wear your regular briefs.