You'll never guess where they're from.
Well, if you hate how they ride up—your backside or your crotch—think the seams show in everything you wear, or just don’t find yours comfortable, let us introduce you to Aerie underwear.
Yep, that Aerie from American Eagle. The secret love affair women of all ages are having with Aerie undies has been floating around Reddit for some years now. As one user commented, at the recommendation of many members, she gave them a try: “I got a variety of cuts and fabrics, and I have to tell you ladies, these are the most comfortable, cutest underpants I’ve had as an adult.”
Why? They’re super-thin, meaning no visible panty lines. No need to dig the panties out of your butt, either. And if you ever doubted how big of a deal underwear really is, this user says the switch to Aerie’s impacted her quality of life.
If you’re a little shy walking into American Eagle as a grown woman to buy underwear—as the 30-year-old Redditor commented—the beauty is that you can buy them online no problem.
Currently, these are available at a price of seven for $29—a huge steal. And you can mix and match styles as you wish (they have tons). Feel free to stock up.
In the meantime, here are three pairs we’re loving:
Sexy and comfy rarely go together when it comes to thongs, but these are the perfect mix. They look like the lace thongs that everyone loves (you know what they are). They’re soft and stretchy and the wide waistband never weirdly cuts into your hips. Best part is that you can machine wash them (none of this hand wash stuff).
These offer more coverage, letting just the bottom of your cheeks hang out. We love the lace trim at the waist and legs that looks just a bit sparkly. Try these under jeans, as well as skirts and dresses. Because who among us hasn’t been outside when a blast of wind hit and gave everyone a show of your butt?
This style gets a lot of attention because it’s cute and made of 95% cotton. (Cotton is the number one recommended fabric from gynos because it lets your lady parts breathe.) Even though they’re trimmed in lace, reviewers say they leave you panty-line free, and that’s a pretty darn amazing feat.