Hanky Panky panties are known as being the most comfortable fitting panties in the world, because when you buy the right size for your body's shape, you don't even feel like you're wearing panties. Nevertheless, how do you determine what's the perfect size when you buy panties online?
As women, we all know that a size "small" means different measurements to different vendors. Therefore, it's not easy to find a store online that sells Hanky Panky panties and assume that a size small at Victoria's Secret will be the same as buying a size small or a "one size fits all" at another store. Sizing in America is not consistent among panty manufacturers.
Women want panties that fit their body's shape and contour, and we don't want panties that ride up or feel unnatural. To help you through the painful process of buying and exchanging panties at a local store or mall, there is a way that you can buy panties online with almost guaranteed success...size-wise.
How to Find the Right Size Panties for Your Body's Size and Shape
When buying panties online, especially Hanky Panky panties, you need to know only two measurements-your waist and your hips. Ideally, you will have an assistant or a close friend who can measure you. It will save you a lot of time, and since someone else is measuring you, she will most likely take more accurate measurements than you could perform on yourself. Make sure that your body's measurements correspond to the sizing available for the panties you're buying.
How to Take Your Waist Measurement
You can take your waist measurement by wrapping a cloth tape measure around the natural break in your waist. To locate your waist's location, if it isn't obvious, just bend to one side (right or left). Find the crease that results while you're bending sideways. Place your finger there to mark the location. Then just measure around, and jot down the number of inches for your waist's size.
How to Take Your Hip Measurement
Take the tape measure and wrap it around the fullest part of your hips, and make sure that the line of the tape measure is parallel to the floor. (That's why it's best to have someone assist you.)
Once you have your waist and hip measurements written down on a sheet of paper, the next things to consider are the fabric choices, styles, and the stated sizes that the site carries in their inventory.
Finally, to determine your correct panty size, if your measurements fall between two panty sizes on the website's sizing chart, choose the larger size in the measurement's range. For example, if your waist measurement is twenty-nine to thirty inches, and your hip measurement is thirty-nine to forty inches, the equivalent panty size would be a size seven, or a large.