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Enjoy all-day comfort and style with Triumph's panty collection. Including seamless, lace, hipster, and mini panties.

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We believe that every woman deserves to have a perfectly fitting bra.
No digging in. No slipping straps. No leaving marks. Just pure comfort.
Visit one of our expert bra fitters in-store or use our online fitting guide to discover your perfect fit now.

How Do I Select the Appropriate Size Panties?

Choosing the correct size panties is essential for comfort. You should measure both your waist and hips at their broadest point to determine your accurate size. You can visit our How to Measure Panty Size and Panty Size Charts pages to choose the fitting panty size for you.

How Frequently Should I Replace My Panties?

The lifespan of panties can vary depending on their frequency of wear and washing, but a general guideline is to replace them every six months to a year. If you notice signs of wear like stretched elastic or holes, it's time for a replacement.

How Should I Maintain My Panties?

To preserve the quality and durability of your panties, it's best to hand wash them in cold water using a mild detergent. Avoid using bleach or harsh chemicals. After washing, reshape the panties and let them air dry.

What Materials are Typically Used in Panties for Women?

Common materials used in women's underwear include cotton, nylon, spandex, and lace. Cotton is breathable and excellent for everyday wear, while lace adds a touch of luxury and femininity.

Can I Wear Panties During My Menstrual Cycle?

Yes, you can certainly wear panties during your menstrual cycle. Some women prefer to wear special period panties that have extra layers for absorbency, while others prefer to wear regular panties with a sanitary pad or tampon.