Why would panties ever need to be fashionably correct anyway? In a recent fashion editorial—Young Women Say No To Thongs—New York Times, writer Hayley Phelan explores the micro-fashion industry and its obsession with the “granny panty” in millennial culture. Thongs are no longer the go-to item for getting dressed in the morning. Although there are so many different variations of under garments sold in every lingerie store, it is quite rare that you will find any as comfortably fitting as a larger brief.
High waist panties are fashionable, apparently and are now being adopted by a younger demographic than you would think. Inspired by the simple idea that “real women have curves,” Me and You is a feminist inspired brand that aims to bring out the girl in everyone, relaying a message that women are not objects and they don’t need to wear sexy panties to be appealing. The girl-power company sells underwear and undershirts that represent the feminist movement for women to be uniquely who they are. #PYNKGirlApproved
Photo Credit: Isak Tiner (feature photo) & Me and You