Okay, I get the problem, I really do… You’ve got the perfect dress and not even the skimpiest thong can be hidden beneath it, failing to give way to that smooth bunch -free appearance. Let’s face it, to even an inexperienced eye, one can tell if you’re going commando or not. Panty lines, or no panties? Which is worse? We shall weigh in on this later, in the meantime check this out:
The C-String. There. I said it. This fanciful twist on G-string undergarments is a masterpiece of modern engineering, touted as sexy, comfortable, full of form and function. The C-String promises to end your underwear “issues” and doubles as a *gasp* bathing suit? You know, one that won’t leave tan lines. Seriously? With its flexible internal frame, you just slap it on and go. I’m trying to picture myself in this thing, and trust me when I tell you, the visual isn’t what I hoped it would be!
To be fair, when doing my research, I had the opportunity to read quite a few reviews for the C-String, and they were overwhelmingly positive. It seems everyones biggest fear was that it might fall off. Of course if you were walking around in one of these tiny little patches in the first place, would explaining what you just tripped over be your primary reason for embarrassment? I think not.
So all this being said, there are some girls out there that think this little number is fantastic. They find themselves liberated from side strap issues and visible lines beneath their smooth skirts, they enjoy an (almost) all over tan without being encumbered by traditional bathing suit bottoms. So maybe I’m missing something here. My curiosity is getting the better of me, I’m going to grab one of my headbands and see if I can simulate the look and feel of the C-String.
If you’d like to try one for yourself they come in small and medium for about 24 bucks, they are available in select stores or online at www.cstringdirect.com and by the way…. What ever you do, DON’T try the headband thing! You just have to trust me on this…