Colors aside, they really don’t show under a dress. And it’s also “Commando’s boy shorts are both elastic and trim-free — which means they won’t dig in, bunch up, or cause lumpy, unflattering bulges under a flattering pair of pants.
They were like 0, and Chyna is like, ‘What the hell are you doing? ’ And I was like, ‘Girl this is going to change your life,’ so I bought her a pair. I prefer thongs when I have clothes on, but at night when I sleep, I like good old-fashioned boy shorts.
I know this sounds crazy, but wearing expensive underwear under your clothes gives you a certain type of confidence in a really cool way. I’ll do Victoria’s Secret if I don’t have a man around, but I won’t wear regular cotton briefs if I have a man over.” — “For me, it’s all about comfort and functionality.
I also need them to appear smooth, and not pinch my skin in any place or ride up.
And this is the only pair that does all of the above!
Marieyat has a very strong point of view that resonates with today’s woman.
Her aesthetic is beautiful; the cuts are really flattering and unconventional.She wore them, and was like, ‘Oh my god, they just feel different than Victoria’s Secret! Not only do I love Commando-brand underwear for myself, but for my celebrity clients as well.These seamless undies create a super-flawless fit (a.k.a.They gives me a smooth finish under fitted clothing and their fabric keeps the coochie fresca.I have every color Calvin in these cuts.” –Junglepussy, rapper “So my friend Chyna, we were at Neiman’s the other day, and I was picking out some La Perla underwear.And the fact that there are no seams or tags makes it feel like you’ve gone commando (hence the name). The best underwear you forget are even there, and that’s what these do.” — Tiffany Gifford, stylist “My favorite for every day are Cosabella G-strings.