Reader Survey Results – Choosing Undies

Choosing new undies is serious business. We all have our favorite factors that go into our buying decision. To one guy a pouch is more important, and another the back side is the important factor. We asked you guys to rate some of the trends we have seen over the last few years. Instead of asking we just wanted to confirm what we know and if you guys change your opinions.

This is pretty much a given. We all want underwear that is made well. We don’t want to spend $20 and have it fall apart after a few wearings. We want our money’s worth. 

Granted fashion is subjective to the wearer. We want something that doesn’t fit well but also looks great. We want to know we wearing something fun and now.

This is one for me it depends on the undies and it’s function. Date nights, hell yeah I want sex appeal. Undies for work I want more function over form. But you guys want underwear that has great sex appeal. I say bravo and always wear sexy AF undies. 

This is another no-brainer. We want underwear but we don’t want to break the bank. There are brands we will all splurge on. But we won’t buy the entire line. It goes into the decision making process. 

Color is part of our personality. In what we wear to work and out. Our underwear is no different. We want to wear our favorite colors. Personally it makes me feel better when I wear colors I like! 

I love this question. I knew this would blow out the VERY IMPORTANT. We buy the style we love. We are not going to look at boxer briefs when we want a thong. 

Sizing is a big issue. It matters if a brands sizing is consistent or off. We want to know the undies we buy will be the size that is stated. I’m not talking not looking at the size guide, but if it says it’s a 36 and you’re a 36. You get it and put it on and it’s a 33. That’s not a good thing.

We hope you enjoyed this peek into the underwear drawers of others, we have so much more to share!

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