How to Wear a Thong

Thongs are worn by thousands of women daily, yet many more are hesitant to give them a try. They've heard horror stories about thongs, are afraid of how they'll feel in them, or believe they won't be able to find one in their size. Thong underwear for women, on the other hand, are comfy once you've purchased a pair. All you have to do now is figure out how to properly put one thong on.


Part 1. What is a Thong?
Part 2. How to Wear a Thong Correctly?     
   1. Different Types of Thongs 
   2. Choose The Ideal Size      
   3. Choose The Appropriate Fabric    
   4. Choose The Appropriate Styles
Part 3. How to Wear A Thong  
Part 4. Most Comfortable Thongs for Working Out



Part 1. What is a Thong?

A thong is a kind of underpants with a bigger front triangle and a smaller back triangle joined by a wide or narrow band with little to no buttock coverage. Thongs are formed of a single slab of fabric that encloses only the front and leaves the backside bare.

Sharicca Seamless Thong

Part 2. How to Wear a Thong Correctly?

If you want to prevent pantyhose lines or try something a little more relaxed, thongs are ideal. To properly wear a thong, you must:

  • Different types of thongs.
  • Choose the ideal size.
  • Choose the appropriate fabric.
  • Select the most appropriate style.
  • Ensure the thong isn't extending past the waistline.

Don't despair if putting on a thong makes you feel a little uneasy at first; you'll get used to it.

1. Different types of thongs
If you are just getting used to the world of thongs, there are a few things you should know. Although, you must've probably heard a lot of jargon that you don't understand. Never fret. Thongs come in three basic styles. We have the traditional, g-string, and tanga/samba thong.

  • Traditional Thong - This type of thong offers a front covering and a wide waistband, but the back narrows to a 1-inch wide or narrower strip of fabric slid between the buttocks.

  • G-string - A G-string is a thong with a very thin waistline, usually 14 inches or narrower. The g-'thong' string's component is similarly narrow, leaving only a little triangle of fabric in the front.

  • Tanga/Samba Thong - This is a cross between pants and thongs. The top of your bum is normally covered with material, while the underside of your buttocks is exposed, therefore staving off a pant line. The remainder of the underwear varies depending on the style, but most feature a thick strap and ample coverage.

2. Choose The Ideal Size
Thongs, first and foremost, provide little room for error when it comes to sizing. No matter how skillfully the thong is built, a thong that is too large may ride up or show over pants, while a thong that is too little will almost likely be unpleasant. Before you receive your thong, take a minute to take your dimensions and make sure you know what they are. Some ladies like to size up in the thong design, so give it a shot and see if you can find a more comfortable fit that way.

3. Choose The Appropriate Fabric
Thongs aren't all created equal. There is a myriad of fabrics, colors, and designs to pick from, just like conventional panties. When it comes to thongs, it is generally recommended that you go for thongs that are made of more breathable materials.

Lace thongs are all popular choices. Because the lace is incredibly stretchable and gentle in style, lace thongs are ideal for minimizing a muffin-top over the elastic.

Satin thongs are often associated with lingerie, but they are a viable alternative for those days when you want to feel a little more sultry than usual. Because the elastic in g-strings are so tiny and likely to dig into your hips, they're the most likely to give you a muffin top.

4. Choose The Appropriate Styles
Another factor that determines whether wearing a thong feels comfortably is the style. If you started your thong adventure with a g-string, you must have probably despised it.

Exploring the subcategories of the thong, such as a more classic, or even a tanga/samba style, which tends to have more material at the upper portion of your buttocks, a thicker waistband, and generally more coverage, will show you that there's more to this sort of underwear than one scant design. This type, which is a cross between conventional pants and a thong, could be an excellent starting place for you to become used to the fit and feel.

Sharicca Tanga Thongs

Part 3. How to Wear A Thong
After deciding on the type, style, and size of the thong you want, the goal is usually to eradicate visible pant lines.

Step 1. Look for thongs that are cut to match the style of the bottoms you're wearing, with higher cut thongs for high-rise jeans and lower cut designs for low-rise jeans.

Step 2. Make sure the thin string between your butt cheeks is running into the rear of your underpants.

Step 3. Pull-on the front until you get a good fit.

Make sure that the thong does not extend above the waistline because having a string peeking out above your belt line defeats the purpose of hiding visible panty lines.

Part 4. Most comfortable Thongs for Working Out
1. Best Seamless Thongs
Seamless thongs are the most comfortable thongs for working out. They are largely concerned with a comfortable and flattering appearance, choosing the best fit and it will be neat and invisible under clothing.

2. Best Lace Thongs
3. Best Satin Thongs

It's essential to feel at ease. So, before you put on a thong, make sure you're comfortable with it. After some time, you'll be able to tell which types of thongs are the most comfortable for you. Make it a thong in spandex or nylon with stretch to get things started right. Make it wide on the sides, with complete coverage in the front and a wide strap that runs up the back.