Product Type: Sloggi Clothing
Newest Review: ... new and un-worn after many washes. Generally the styling is very simple with Sloggi knickers but this is fine with me for everyday wea... more
Judith Chalmers doesn't wear knickers!
Member Name: Smidge
Date: 27/05/01, updated on 27/05/01 (2443 review reads)
Advantages: No more saggy pants
Disadvantages: A wee bit pricey
So she obviously has never worn Sloggis. She said it was to avoid VPL – you know, those giveaway crinkly lines that appear, particularly in the summer months, on many a British bottom. The cause? – Saggy pants. Not so with wonderful Sloggis. These pants are made in 95% cotton (less in control briefs) and 5% Elastane which gives them a cool softness but with the ability to retain their shape whatever you do to them. They are so comfortable because they just mould to your body and stay there – definitely no Visible Panty Line. So are they all Brigitte Jonesish big pants? – not at all! There is a full range of styles including tangas, shorts, hi-leg, and maxi-briefs - no wild colours here - mainly white or black, but sizes to suit all - up to a 30 in some styles! And now the range has extended to control briefs, ‘Chic’- a lacy range and cotton-rich bras.
However, compared to good old M & S pants, these may seem a bit expensive – the cost of the range varies obviously, but they come in at around ú6 per pair – their longevity through weekly washing more than makes up for this. I have several pairs making their way into their third year, still hole free and looking fresh – so if, as my Mother always fears, I get run over, when I’m laying on the operating table and they whip off my skirt, my Sloggis will be looking pristine. For the sake of mankind, lets hope Judith never finds herself in the same position!