This shop about not wearing white pants with bulky pads has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias #FreetoMove It’s summer time! Time for sundresses, flowy tops and white pants. White pants are fabulous in the summer but they can also go horribly horribly wrong. They are the perfect candidate for the fashion faux pax. The thing is, there are a few things you never want to see with white pants. Like brightly colored panties, bulky pads (when you have your period) and dirt. I love me some white pants. The thing is, I don’t think I’ve worn white pants since before kids. Which is kind of sad because it means I don’t get out much. It also means that I needed some new white pants. Off to the store I went. Now… about wearing white pants. Okay, let’s address something right here and now. The only thing that belongs under white pants, especially fitted white pants is a pair of nude underwear. Preferably seamless. Ladies, no one wants to see your turquoise thong, your panty lines, your WHITE underwear or any sort of print peeking through. Just no. Stop it now. It’s unavoidable. You have a great pair of skinny jeans, super cute sandals and a darling top. You can’t wait to go out with your man or the girls. And then you get an unexpected visitor. It stinks. Do not even think of grabbing those bulky pads from your stash of feminine care products. I guess it will help with your visitor but they will give you diaper bulge in those cute jeans of yours. Please, just consider pantiliners instead. Your jeans will thank you and you’ll look much cuter. Now here is my mom recommendation. Do not, I repeat, DO NOT put on those white pants of yours until you are about to head out the door. If you have kids, you are just asking for a big ol dirty handprint on your leg, or even worse. And WHO knows what that dirty handprint is too. It’s just good practice.
About which pads to use from the feminine care aisle
Edison was born over year ago, and I know sooner or later I’m going to have to worry about my white pants. So the other day I headed to Walmart to pick up some Stayfree Ultra Thin Regular and Stayfree Overnight pads. Who knows when I will need them, but for my white pants sake, I need to be ready. Don’t let your visitor get in the way of you and your white pants. You can even receive a $5 Walmart eGift card reward when you buy any 3 products- Stayfree, Carefree, or o.b. If that’s not an incentive not to make a fashion faux pas, I am not sure what is.
So there you have it, some pretty darn important tips when you’re wearing those white pants. There’s something about not wearing them after Labor Day, but I will leave that up to Emily Post.