Amazon Essentials Women's Standard Cotton Stretch High-Cut Bikin

Amazon Essentials Women's Standard Cotton Stretch High-Cut Bikin

Amazon Essentials Women's Standard Cotton Stretch High-Cut Bikin

Amazon Essentials Women's Standard Cotton Stretch High-Cut Bikin:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. I normally get all-cotton panties in this style, so when I saw these 95% cotton ones much cheaper than the name brand ones I usually get, I thought they'd be worth a try. My first impression was that, although they are soft, they don't feel like cotton at all. They're much stretchier. That's not necessarily a down side, and they're quite comfortable to wear without riding up. However, if you wear them with pantiliners, pads, etc., the adhesive will NOT stick to this fabric. The crotch area is the same slick, stretchy fabric as the rest of the panty. For that reason, I wouldn't purchase them again, but I'll continue to wear this set. One other small issue is that the "tagless" label in the back is bulky enough that you can feel it on the outside. I'm concerned that it may start peeling off in the wash and become uncomfortable.max 58% off,colorado springs mall,! super beauty product restock quality top!Amazon Essentials Women's Standard Cotton Stretch High-Cut Bikin
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  • 95% Cotton, 5% Elastane
  • Imported
  • Machine Wash
  • Hi-cut bikini panties made of cotton with a hint of stretch for a secure fit
  • Printed label at back waistband for tag-free comfort
  • Everyday made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort
  • Check out more from Amazon Essentials by visiting amazon.com/amazonessentials
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An Amazon brand - Hi-cut bikini panties in cotton with a hint of stretch for a secure fit


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Amazon Essentials Women's Standard Cotton Stretch High-Cut Bikin

Amazon Essentials Women's Standard Cotton Stretch High-Cut Bikin:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. I normally get all-cotton panties in this style, so when I saw these 95% cotton ones much cheaper than the name brand ones I usually get, I thought they'd be worth a try. My first impression was that, although they are soft, they don't feel like cotton at all. They're much stretchier. That's not necessarily a down side, and they're quite comfortable to wear without riding up. However, if you wear them with pantiliners, pads, etc., the adhesive will NOT stick to this fabric. The crotch area is the same slick, stretchy fabric as the rest of the panty. For that reason, I wouldn't purchase them again, but I'll continue to wear this set. One other small issue is that the "tagless" label in the back is bulky enough that you can feel it on the outside. I'm concerned that it may start peeling off in the wash and become uncomfortable.max 58% off,colorado springs mall,! super beauty product restock quality top!Amazon Essentials Women's Standard Cotton Stretch High-Cut Bikin