"We know that bad hair days can affect women's moods, but who knew that bad underwear days could also ruin their day," says Lisa Lee Freeman, editor in chief of ShopSmart magazine, from the publisher of Consumer Reports. Their research center conducted a telephone survey of 1,008 women 18 and older about intimate apparel.
Almost half of women (47%) say they feel sexier and more confident wearing a nice or special pair of panties. "The first thing we put on in the morning does make a difference in our day," Freeman says
Among the findings reported in the January issue (www.shopsmartmag.org):
•27% say their mood is affected by wearing an ill-fitting or unattractive pair of undies.
•10% of women own 35 or more pairs.
•65% buy neural colors, with white being the most popular, followed by black and beige.
•Overall, 46% of women say briefs are the style they wear the most often. But women age 18-34 are more likely to wear the bikini style.
•56% of women fold their panties; 27% just toss them in the drawer.
•1 in 10 women admit that they will venture out of the house without underwear.
•Half of women have complaints about the way their underwear fit, with "wedgies" (30%) topping that list, followed by "doesn't lay flat under clothes" (19%) and "not enough coverage in the rear" (14%).
Here is the deal, every guy likes something different when it comes to underwear. He for instance likes a nice variety. A mix and match, keep He guessing. Other guys might like other things. But at the end of the day, you should feel f*cking hot when you put underwear on shouldn't you? Whether or not someone sees it. He knows for a fact every guy has a pair of underwear, his "go to" pair or it might be multiple pairs, that he knows are money. You ladies definitely have the same thing.
-65% buy neural colors, really? He cannot even remember the last time He saw a girl in a white underwear...it's almost gross to even think about.
-46% of women say briefs are the style they wear, guess the thong really is dead :-(
-List of complaints "not enough coverage in the rear" at 14%, how can that be a complaint? Can't you just buy uglier, more covering underwear, that are sure to make everyone that sees them sick?