Argh! What sort of knickers do you ride in? (trivial post alert)

(13 Posts)
Pixel Sun 28-Jul-13 21:19:06

Thanks very much. smile
I'm off camping for a few days this week (New Forest Show) so won't be near the shops but have planned a shopping trip with dd for when we get back.

WanderingGecko Sun 28-Jul-13 11:08:46

Seam free shorts with no lace under the bum (coz it itches like hell after a while in the saddle! lol).
Some like these shouldn't give you lines where you don't want them! www.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10701_10001_158010214060_-1

lesleyberry Wed 24-Jul-13 19:36:05

i got a 5 pack pair of both black/white from bhs, as long as they are comfy to ride in it is all that matters

Zazzles007 Wed 24-Jul-13 02:07:51

Hahaha Pixel I was imagining something more bulky grin.

PoshPenny Tue 23-Jul-13 16:27:45

Big ones with a nice wide gusset...

Pixel Tue 23-Jul-13 16:18:20

Hi, some good ideas here thanks flowers.
Will have a look in M&S first as I still have vouchers from Christmas that I'd been saving for when I eventually drop down a bra size <deluded>. Sloggi sounds hopeful too as it sounds a bit sporty but I could be imagining that lol.
Actually Zazzles the knickers my granny used to wear went down to her knees so would give a very smooth outline but a bit warm for this weather grin.

Littlebigbum Tue 23-Jul-13 11:57:37

Marks and Spenser they are seem free/ invisible but yes there is nothing invisible under white show jods, I just except it.

CMOTDibbler Tue 23-Jul-13 08:02:03

I wear seam free shorts from Tescos. V fitted and no lines

Mrsmaymerryweather Tue 23-Jul-13 07:51:04

I got some Sloggi knickers cheap in TK Maxx and wear them for riding. They are full but not 'granny'.

Zazzles007 Tue 23-Jul-13 00:47:57

Hmm, I just wear full briefs, but not unflattering granny knickers grin. I prefer my knickers to be pretty form fitting especially if they are going under jods or breeches.

Pixel Tue 23-Jul-13 00:34:24

Ah well, I do want to avoid that too grin. I've got various different types of jods but no expensive ones I'm afraid. I have got a new pair of denim ones that I paid quite a bit for at Hickstead last month but I haven't worn them yet as I got them slightly too tight as incentive to lose my last stone! Hopefully they will look ok.
The ones I was wearing today are the two-tone type that weren't as flattering as I'd imagined they'd be hmm. They were brand-new as it happens. Perhaps it's just them and my old tatty ones don't look as bad? <hopeful>. Will have to pose for some more photos to check ha ha.

Lovesswimming Tue 23-Jul-13 00:17:03

What jods are u wearing? I prefer the ones with the suede type full seat. I thought u were going to talk about being sore from wedgies lol!!

Pixel Mon 22-Jul-13 23:52:13

I thought I'd avoided the dreaded visible pantyline under jods by buying hideous big knickers and praying I never get carted off to hospital. Well, dh came to the stables today (very rare event!) and brought his camera to practice so took a lot of photos. Shock horror! Yes I do look fine when walking around (my mirror didn't lie) but when riding there is a very obvious line round the top of my leg. It looks awful, I might as well have a sign saying "I'm wearing granny knickers". This is very wrong as in my head I'm only 20 and a slender size 8 wink.
Time for a rethink if anyone has any suggestions?

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