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After years of testing underwear brands as a team, we rounded up the best pairs from brands we stand behind to help you find the perfect fit. If you're specifically looking for lingerie, check out our complete guide on the best lingerie brands here.
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If you're sick of heavy cotton underwear that feels like it's constantly bunching and digging, you want to try SKIMS. The brand has cracked the code on comfortable, lightweight, incredibly stretchy knickers. The styles are so easy to wear, it sometimes feels like you're wearing absolutely nothing at all, and their seamless designs seem to disappear under whatever you're wearing.
True & Co. is known as the lingerie startup that surveyed 6 million people in search of the right fit for a wireless bra. When a company is that intentional with ensuring customer satisfaction, comfort, and support, it's safe to assume we can trust them with our underwear needs too. Like their bras, panties come from a muted color palette and are seamless.
Most pieces are made from the signature True Body fabric that's smooth and soft against the body. It also appears to be nearly invisible under clothes because it's elastic free which means no bulging, rolling, or pulling. True Body underwear is best for women looking for an overall good pair of no-shows.
If you prefer to buy your panties in multiples, ThirdLove also has you covered. It groups its collections by style, allowing you to buy packs of three, five, or six pairs of underwear, saving you cash. No matter what your style is, ThirdLove's underwear wears like a dream.
Tommy John may have started off with men's underwear, but its new feminine Second Skin and Air underwear collections prove that the company's designers know a thing or two about what people look for in a great pair of underwear. That means no scrunching, chafing, bunching, or riding up. And boy does Tommy John's underwear deliver on its promise that there will be "no adjustment needed."
The Air collection is fantastic for hotter weather or workouts because it's made with improved ventilation, moisture-wicking, and deodorizing fabric. The Air underwear comes in briefs, cheeky, and thongs that are made from 77% Nylon mesh and 23% Spandex.
Everlane's underwear collection features bikini, thong, hipster, and high-rise hipster styles that are all made with Supima cotton that's grown in the United States and made into underwear at ethical factories. The cotton's extra-long fibers are super soft on your skin and the material is breathable.
Our team reviewed Everlane's cotton underwear and recycled nylon underwear and we loved them. The cotton high-rise hipster was a group favorite with its full coverage and comfortable feel. I also personally loved the regular hipster style, which is both sexy and comfortable. Those of us who prefer thongs were also impressed with Everlane's take on that classic sexy style.
You only have to pay $25 for six pairs of underwear from Aerie, but just because it doesn't cost an arm and a leg doesn't mean it's not a fantastic piece of underwear. Beyond the unbeatable price point, Aerie also makes truly comfortable and dependable underwear. Simple and unfussy, the majority of these undergarments are made of good ol' cotton. But we're not fazed by the lack of rayon, satin, and silk.
TomboyX makes gender-inclusive underwear that ranges in style from thongs to 9-inch boxer briefs, and comes in sizes XS to 4X. TomboyX adapted masculine-style underwear like trunks and boxer briefs to suit women's bodies, giving people who prefer wearing underwear styles that aren't traditionally feminine a more tailored option.
The underwear is made with Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex cotton that's eco-friendly. You can also get MicroModal and athlete-friendly Active Drirelease fabric if you prefer. A few members of the team have tried TomboyX's underwear, and we all love it.
Our team can't get enough of the coziness of Bombas socks. Believe it or not, their underwear are just as comfy! Each item is tested for both comfort and durability because it is believed that putting on well-fitted underwear that feels good is an overall mood booster. Bombas spreads the joy through the brand's social and environmentally conscious mission.
When you buy a pair of underwear, that same brief, boxer, or bikini pack is given to someone in need. And it doesn't stop there. Not only are Bombas responsibly sourced, but they're designed with the durability to last longer than their competitors. The result is less waste over time. They teamed up with For Days, the zero-waste fashion brand we bought from for a closet revamp. Bombas borrowed their Take Back Bag, a program that offers you a credit in exchange for up to 8 pounds of your unwanted clothing.
While Warp + Weft is known for its sustainable denim, it totally makes sense why the brand has branched out and launched a collection of underwear. CEO Sarah Ahmed says that it's common to hear comments about underwear lines when trying on jeans. The dilemma was creating a non-panty-line look without opting for a thong. That's how the bikini brief was born.
Spanx underwear is the perfect balance of comfort and control. Each shaping panty firmly hugs the tummy for results you can see. While more support is offered underneath, it creates a smooth silhouette for your clothes.
Even the thong has a thick waistband, so less fabric doesn't mean less support. The difference between this underwear and other shapewear, is that Spanx doesn't accentuate curves, or attempt to cinch. It simply compresses for a secure fit that holds everything in place. Since edges are elastic-free, you don't have to worry about pesky panty lines or too tight of fabric. Made from breathable cotton, Spanx is as comfortable as it is undetectable.
If you're looking for intimates with a minimal design, Negative Underwear is the way to go. None of their underwear feature bows or frills in loud prints. Instead, you'll either find the brand's signature power micromesh, the Belgian fabric that's a bit sheer, or the Austrian micro modal fabric with the subtle peek-a-boo stripe effect. Designs are basic, but sexy creating the perfect pieces of comfy lingerie.
Each pair is designed with the mission to hold curves in place with a smooth finish without the shapewear feel. Not only is Negative Underwear founded by women, but wear-tested by them too, so each design is made with you in mind. Our editors gave a few pairs a try and swear they're some of the comfiest they've ever worn.
We tested Cuup's unlined bra for larger cups and found the fit to be both lightweight and supportive. Cuups' underwear doesn't trail too far behind when it comes to comfort and control. Like the bras, designs are minimal, so it's easy for them to become essentials in your rotation. A signature silhouette is the cut of the Highwaist meant to accentuate the body by elongating the legs. The waistband usually falls somewhere between the belly button and right below it cinching in the tummy ever so slightly.
This queer-owned brand makes handmade underwear from a range of luxe fabrics, including mesh, lace, chiffon, and satin. Some are even made of sustainable materials like bamboo and recycled polyester. The pieces are available in unisex sizes XL to 5X. There are even options with gaff, which are compression undies that make it look as though your nether regions are flat, no matter what you have going on down there.
Founded in 2013 by Fran Dunaway and her wife Naomi Gonzalez, TomboyX offers a variety of bras, underwear, and loungewear for people of all genders and sizes. This retailer is one of the few on this list that sell sizes up to 6X in most of its clothing.
If you like practical underwear that still look hot, Hanky Panky is your dream brand. Their Signature Lace Original Rise Thongs are nothing short of iconic, available in tons of colors and one-size-fits-many ranges including XXS, Petite, Original and Plus.
Rihanna-approved underwear? Sign me up. Savage carries the coolest underwear and the designs always feature on-trend colorways, prints and textures. My current fave is the Mesh Crotchless High Leg Bikini, available in XS-3X. Perfect for date night gone wild.
When shaping underwear is what I seek, Yummie is always my go-to brand. They have your basic supportive silhouettes down pat, but sexy twists like the Colette Smoothing Brief with Lace make shapewear feel a little more fun.
Affordable and size-inclusive? Black-owned Liberté is an absolute must-shop, with bra sizes from 32C-38H and underwear from XS to 2XL. Oh, and did I mention nothing is over $118? Turn to Liberté for a curated selection of beautiful lacy bras and underwear.
Torrid is the place to go for cute and comfy clothing and lingerie options that come in plus sizes, from jeans to best-selling bras. Talk about everything you need! This T-Shirt bra in particular comes in sizes up to 48DD.
ThirdLove's sizing is always on point. Their products are made based on real women's measurements instead of impersonal templates. They have a fit-finder quiz to help you find the perfect bras and underwear to meet your needs. They even have half-cup sizes for bras. This means that they have twice as many sizes asf most other brands.
Hanky Panky is best known for its iconic, famously comfortable, one size fits most thong. These are always a great investment since we all have weight fluctuations here and there. There's no reason need to buy new undies when you have a drawer full of pairs from Hanky Panky. The thongs are so comfortable that they feel like a second skin and you won't be able to see them through your clothing. These thongs are so popular, that one is sold, on average, every 10 seconds. There are hundreds of colors to choose from and there are matching bralettes, tops, and more. 041b061a72