Tuesday, August 15, 2006

The Museum

The Panty of the Day today is a Victoria's Secret tap panty in black lace. These are made of 66 percent nylon and 33 percent rayon and are very light and airy. They feature a couple of really cute details, one being the large black satin bow on the front left waistband and the second is the tiny white bow printed on the back left cuff area above the leg opening. This second bow is visible in the shot as I folded the back corner over. The side hip area is split up to about an inch and a half of the waist band. These are no longer available as far as I know and were purchased maybe two years ago. I know a lot of guys don't find tap panties to be sexy, but I really like them a lot.

I usually travel with friends, so I haven't had much opportunity to travel shop for panties, but it has happened. On one business trip I took, I was sharing a room with a coworker and several others were staying in the same place (all men). I convinced them to go to the Fredrick's of Hollywood Lingerie Museum with me in nearby Hollywood. Didn't take much to get them in there though, guess most guys have interest in panties! Not sure if any of you readers have been there, but if you are in the area, it's worth a gander. The museum, at least when I saw it, was more like a large display, with lingerie worn by famous old time celebrities and such. It's free to see and is a great excuse to go into the store and browse the panties and lingerie while you're there (for the wife or girlfriend of course...wink wink). I really have been a fan of Frederick's stores since I discovered one in the mall a long time ago. Recently, I haven't felt compelled to buy anything there though. I just don't care for the current selection of panties. I will however always return to their stores with the hopes that they have something for me to buy. I know that Victoria's Secret must have really cut into their business, so I'm hoping there's room enough in the lingerie industry to support lots of panty makers!

7 comments:

ross said...

Great post, as always. I remember a Frederick's salesgirl flirting outrageously with me as she rang up my pile o' panties some years ago. I was married...but, I have to admit, interested. R

badside said...

Thanks Ross. Would love to hear that Frederick's story in greater detail, sounds very interesting to say the least!

Panty Fiend said...

I used to buy a lot of stuff for my wife from Frederick's, but lost interest after so much of it seemed to disintegrate after several washings...

The best has been the really high-end "couture" brands from France. Despite many, many washings, my wife's stuff from Aubade, Lou, Simone Perele, Malizia and Lejaby have really withstood the test of time...

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