Fashion, IntimatesGoing Commando

For the slinkiest of dresses for which even a Hanky Panky shows through, try going Commando with Commando Intimates’s line of precision cut underwear.  The lightest, and most invisible underwear I’ve ever tried, Commando Intimates is made out of a patent pending material that is a silky cross between cotton and pantyhose that is positively weightless.

Making panty lines impossible and the dreaded muffin top obsolete, this underwear feels like next to nothing, and comes in a variety of styles, such as bikinis and girlshorts, and colors.  For the most invisible effect, the nude thong works best and unlike the Hanky Panky, comes in a variety of sizes so that it conforms better to your body. I’ve had friends that have used this from everything to bandage-type minidresses, figure hugging bridesmaid dresses, and sexy transparent lace wedding dresses, and we’ve all praised Commando for its comfort and its staying power–you won’t be fidgeting at any point while wearing these.

Commando Intimates is also easily machine washable, although I recommend putting it on the delicate cycle and line drying to prevent exces wear and tear.  At $20, you can find Commando Intimates on their website and also a variety of specialty lingerie stores.

2 Comments

  1. anna marie  |  27 July 2009 at 8:45 AM

    i wanted so desperately to like commando underwear. sadly, their small is not small enough for me, and thus, much fabric overhang :(

  2. Laura  |  27 July 2009 at 9:03 AM

    Anna Marie:

    Other companies make undies similar to the commando. Intimissimi has a similar one in which the small is pretty small, and Target’s xhileration line did them (I don’t know if they still do) and their small is TINY, like microscopically tiny.

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