The whole nude fashion thing is waning when it comes to clothing but men who appreciate the combination of invisibility and support provided by nude tone men’s underwear are still buying. The UK’s leading male underwear and swimwear website Deadgoodundies.com sees a peak in sales when the sun shines. Their tips on going nude-but-not-naked are interesting: (1) a darker tone can ‘disappear’ more effectively than a paler shade under white clothing (2) wearing the right size is crucial because lumps and bumps give away the secret underlayer (3) this summer there’s nude swimwear for men – an interesting concept and DGU challenge you to match your tan perfectly, then watch the raised eyebrows!
The Greeks know a thing or two about looking good and getting all but naked – this new arrival is essential if you want to take up DGU’s Match Your Tan challenge. (This nude is offered with three pouch colours, also in a micro brief)
The original featherweight thong from HOM, updated, is still a best seller – along with the micro brief and trunk also offered in Skin, a pale tone – are always in stock at DGU. This male string underwear is especially popular on stage and screen, but you’d never know…
For men who favour natural fabrics this option, also available as a string, combines cotton and modal in a slightly deeper shade. And 1281 is THE bestselling micro shape from this collection, offered in a dozen colours and at a great price.
A recent return to DGU by L’Homme Invisible includes this nude tone, which is a little more creamy, on a stunningly soft Sensitive microfibre brief.
This male slip is super low rise but still high leg, with good butt cover. And a great cosmetic shade for underpants beneath pale, lightweight clothing. It’s 95% cotton too so comfy for hot weather.
One of several nude options from the famously sexy Joe Snyder collection from Mexico. Good cover, excellent shape, total jiggle avoidance.