Why Do I Get Camel Toes?

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If you’re not a fan of the camel toe trend then this blog is for you. Don’t get me wrong there is absolutely nothing wrong with a camel toe… However, it’s nice to have the option to not have Mr or Mrs camel toe on display. 

For those who don’t know what a camel toe is, it’s when the fabric of your clothing creeps into your vagina and pretty much gives you a front wedgie… Some might say it looks like a camels toe. 

Please keep in mind we are not shaming camel toes but we are here to help those who don't want to have a camel toe. 

1. The Incorrect Underwear 

Who would have known that underwear plays a HUGE part in camel toes? Most people often grab a seamless pair of undies to wear with their activewear or any tight pants. If this is you, that’s why you’re getting a camel toe. Seamless underwear or underwear with a thin or slinky gusset (the part that hugs and loves your lady bits) are the worst. The reason being is because undies like this tend to creep into places they shouldn’t and whatever you’re wearing on top (leggings) will follow the path your undies have created. It’s like when you’re doing your makeup, it’s important to create a good base before you apply your foundation… This is the same…

Well, what underwear do I wear then?

When going underwear shopping it’s important to;

  • Get the correct size. Underwear that’s too big will creep into the wrong places 
  • Look for a thick gusset 
  • Look for undies that aren’t too skinny through the gusset. There is nothing worse when your undies slide to the side :(

If you want camel toe free undies, click here https://www.parisandi.com.au/collections/g-string

2. No Gusset in Your Pants 

A gusset is a triangular piece of fabric inserted into a seam to reduce stress from tight-fitting clothing. This feature allows your lady bits to sit nicely instead of the seam parting your precious vagina. Not only does the gusset protect and comfort your pride and joy, but it also prevents you from encountering the notorious ‘camel toe’. 

Click here for camel toe free activewear https://www.parisandi.com.au/collections/bottoms

3. The Seam is Too Short 

It seams like there is nothing worse than having a big fat seam, front and centre of your leggings… (like the seam that runs right over your pubic bone). Having a big seam at the front of your leggings causes discomfort. Even worse than a big ugly seam is when the length of the seam is too short. Resulting in you pulling up your leggings to try to get them to sit high waisted as they were advertised. As mentioned above, yes the gusset stops a camel toe however, the gusset needs to be complemented by an invisible seam not a big thick hairy caterpillar seam. Therefore, look for pants/leggings that feature minimal/ Invisible seams and make sure the seam isn't too short.

Shop the perfect high waisted pants here https://www.parisandi.com.au/collections/pants

4. Wrong Size 

Buying pants/leggings too big or too small can have a huge impact on getting a camel toe. If you purchase a pair of leggings too small the centre front seam will be too short. Therefore, the waistband will sit lower on you which will then result in you pulling the leggings up and the seam will have no choice but to cut you in half. On the other hand, buying leggings too big leaves you with extra fabric which will then (especially if you have the wrong undies on) will creep into your lady parts.

If you’re unsure about what size to wear in Leggings you can message us or head over to our virtual fitting room https://www.parisandi.com.au/#quiz-meHknV

5. No Underwear

This is completely up to you if you want to wear underwear with your pants or not. But personally, I have found that if I don’t have a thick gusset my vagina gets hungry and tends to eat my clothing haha. 

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If you're looking for camel toe free activewear and or undies simply click here (thank us later) #afterpayaccepted  

Love Sammi & Paris XX

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