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The dreaded camel toe!

· fashion tip,fashion,sweatpants
Dress well, avoiding baggy sweatpants

Many ladies have problem with the so-called camel toe - when the intimate parts, bulges are visible through thin, stretchy pants. If you’re one of them, maybe you’ll find the following tips useful.

Pick your underwear carefully.

First of all, never go commando when wearing such thin but stretchy fabrics. Plan ahead by wearing thicker, seamless panties, which are less likely to collapse into your “folds”. A stiffer, simpler pants give you a consistently smooth appearance, hiding all lines and creases. If you find yourself in such a situation all too often, you can invest in the shapewear, or even a panty liner. No one wants to wear baggy sweatpants all the time! Place the liner in you underwear horizontally, and wrap and secure it around the seat of your underwear. If you’re in a real need, rush to the toilet and use toilet paper to stuff your underwear!

Consider the fabric

In general, you should avoid yoga pants or leggings that are see through, and instead look for workout sweatsuit that reaches your navel or below it. If the pants are too light, they are more flexible - and indeed, it’s easier for them to slide between your legs. A wider waistband will work better because you won’t constantly pull up your leggings. Refrain from getting bottoms with shorter rise, especially if they fit snugly around the waist. You might want to invest in loose, baggy sweatpants, to appar cool.

Lining is also vital

When buying leggings look for ones that have a lining made of a polyester blend like spandex or elastane, or ones with a layer of lining built into the crotch. It adds another barrier between the pants and your lady parts. Avoid 100 percent polyester and similar thin fabrics though! They’re much more prone to wrinkling.

Black never gets old

Black not only goes well with everything, it also makes your camel toe much less obvious. If all else fails, you can pair leggings with longer tops, that will cover the region completely or distract from it.

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