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Summer Style | Intimacy

By Goodbadandfab @goodbadandfab
This post is sponsored by Kohl’s. I was paid for this post and received product as compensation. Summer Style | Intimacy Let's peel away the layers for a sec.  Panties set the foundation for every outfit and can definitely make or break one. I still remember much too vividly images of thongs and g-strings poking out like floss when low waisted jeans were trending. And unlike Jim Carrey in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, I can't wipe those faux pas from my memory. And you know what's worse than peek-a-boo panties? Panty lines! Okay, maybe I shouldn't be staring at so many derrieres but don't you hate it when bad panties happen to good outfits?  Summer Style | Intimacy When it comes to undergarment dressing, I always try to plan ahead and pair it with what I'm wearing. On most days, I'm a thong wearer and have been since my friends bought me my first set for Christmas gift in high school (we were mature for our age). They're perfect to wear underneath pretty much everything and I especially love wearing seamless nude colored thongs or these floral beauties from Kohl's underneath thin, tight, and sheer dresses. They feel and look like second skin.  Summer Style | Intimacy  If I'm wearing jeans and need a booty lift, I go for cheeky boy shorts like my favs from Felina. They squeeze, accentuate, plump up, and just make my butt look better. And honestly they're my go-to panties for when I'm lounging around the house because they're practically shorts.  Summer Style | Intimacy On days when I'm battling bloat or just simply had way too much to eat like a few weekends ago at a bottomless mimosa brunch with M but can't get away with wearing a shapeless potato sack, I reach for my high waisted undies with magical tummy tucking powers like my black ones with sheer paneling (definitely not your average granny panties). They pretty much hide all traces of my muffin top so I can wear outfits like a tight maxi dress without any inclination to suck it in.

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