Archive for the “G String Panties” Category
Mar 01 2012
Jan 13 2012
Oct 09 2011
Jodie will upload a beautiful classy video of herself wearing the panties she’s worn for you. Videos and photos can be ordered on her order form, once you’ve chosen what pair of her panties you want her to wear for you. Check out some of the screen shots below of a recent video she made for a client, sure to get your heart racing as you sniff her sweet little panties.
Feb 28 2011
This is my third post on this series. A few weeks ago I thought of the idea of asking if any of viewers to my blog would like to post pictures of their wife’s or girlfriends in their panties?
Well it seems to started off well, as I’ve already been sent about twenty pictures of some very lovely ladies showing off their lovely assets and their panties too.
I’ll continue posting Wife’s & Girlfriend’s Panty Posts every once in a while, so if you’d like your wife or girlfriend to appear on my blog, then email a picture to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Todays posts is a fantastic picture of Isabelle from bonny Scotland in a weeny G String. Is it worth actually wearing Isabelle?
Jul 12 2010
I pulled my panties down on webcam LOL.
Well, the guy that asked me asked so nicely and he’s been a regular customer for a while now. He just loves my panties and can’t seem to get enough of them, so when he asked me to take my panties down live on webcam for him; I really felt that I couldn’t refuse.
Apparently he was so turned on, watching me slide my little checked G String off of my ass and down my legs into a sealed bag for him, he blew his load there and then. What he means by that I do not know? LOL, but he said he is really enjoying my panties anyway.
So, if you would like to order a pair of my dirty used panties and then watch me take them off, just for you, then drop me a line and we may be able to arrange it.
Kiss Kiss, Abby x
Aug 30 2009
At the height of their popularity they accounted for a third of the underwear bought by women.
But now the bottom has fallen out of the skimpy panty market. Sales of the G-string have fallen to their lowest for five years after they increasingly became associated with football WAGs and chav culture. In contrast, larger knickers or boy shorts, regarded as more flattering for the figure, have dramatically increased in popularity. Like the thong, they have the benefit of wiping out the dreaded VPL (visible panty line) under clothes. But fans argue they have the added advantage of being more comfortable, as well as hugging and holding the derriere, providing far more support.
The thong first won mainstream respectability in the late 1990s when a Gucci model wore one on the catwalk. Soon afterwards Melanie Blatt, a singer with All Saints, was photographed flashing her thong as she got out of a taxi and Victoria Beckham suggested that her husband enjoyed wearing her G-strings around the home. Other celebrity thong wearers included Penny Lancaster, Mrs Rod Stewart.
However, the thong eventually became the signature garment of chav fashion and the backlash began. Trinny Woodall, co presenter of BBC1’s What Not To Wear, described women who wore thongs showing above their trousers as “disgusting.” Elle Macpherson, the 41-year-old supermodel who has her own underwear range, also said: “G-strings are uncomfortable. Girls want real knickers now.” Even Jodie Marsh, the model and reality TV star who boasts a collection of more than 500 G-strings, has been tempted by bigger pants. “Showing your thong is a bit old now,” she said recently. “I’d rather have big knickers showing over the top of my jeans.”
According to retail analysts TNS, sales of G-strings have plummeted over the past five years. While in 2003 around a third of all women’s knickers sold were G-strings, last year they accounted for only 12 per cent of the knicker market. Women spent £44million in Britain on G-strings in 2007, compared with £100million in 2003. In contrast, sales of shorts have doubled in two years, with more than £63million spent on bigger pants last year, compared with £31million in 2005. They now make up 17 per cent of the total market.
“Wearing bigger pants is definitely trendier than wearing a thong these days,” said Elaine Giles, account manager for TNS. “The main attraction of the G-string was the fact that they stopped women getting a VPL. “But the technology is such these days that women can wear bigger pants and still have their panty line hidden. “This has been a factor in making many women who wore G- strings switching their allegiance to bigger pants.
Is this really the end of the thong and g string? Tell me what you prefer because I love skimpy panties and would hate it if they went out of fashion all together.