Granny panties, but make it fashion.
We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.
I am on the internet for two primary reasons: memes, and oversharing about my butt. Which is why I am pleased to announce that I have discovered entirely wedgie-proof underwear, which is currently available in women’s sizes S-5XL in a five-pack for $21.99+ on Amazon.
As I discussed in a previous butt-adjacent post in which I sang the virtues off Thinx’s period-proof underwear, I am a very wedgie-prone individual: I run long-distance, I sit like an antsy toddler when I work from home, and I am, in general, a human magnet for embarrassing situations.
Enter this five-pack of full-coverage underwear (from Ummiss) you can get on Amazon. They are not messing around when they use the words «full coverage.» The bottom seams are barely noticeable when you put them on, but still latch to your booty and anchor there through the whole day.
The waistband is also so comfortable that I could write a country song about them. The front of the waistband is double layered and seamless, so nothing ever pinches or rubs weirdly.
I also deeply appreciate that the seams are flat enough that they are not very visible when you’re wearing leggings, which is, incidentally, something I am doing a lot of lately.
I’ve also washed this set of underpants quite a few times now since I bought them a few months ago (and put them through the wringer with some VERY long, sweaty runs), and they’ve held up spectacularly.
And I am far from the only person raving about these underpants — there are hundreds of 5-star reviews from people whose butts are as satisfied as mine. (FWIW, a lot of people also flagged that these are great for postpartum and post-surgeries, since the seams are so gentle!)
All of these glowing reviews aside, it mostly comes down to this: I just cannot with things that aren’t comfortable right now. I truly can’t. My standards for quality human interaction may have lowered down to socially distant Zoom calls, but my standards for comfy clothing are now higher than the Empire State Building.
You can get a five-pack of the underwear on Amazon for $21.99+ and in seven color combos, in sizes S-5XL. In the meantime, may I present the only GIF in the history of ever in which I do not relate to Liz Lemon one bit.
Stay comfy out there, y’all.
Looking for more? Check out our picks for the places that sell the best underwear for women online, the best places to buy bras online, or our favorite places to buy affordable lingerie online.
🛍 Shopping Newsletter
Find great products and the best-money saving deals around, delivered right to your inbox.
Мысль на память: Не бойтесь отказываться от хорошего в пользу отличного.