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A boring thread about multi packs of knickers
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slightchill · 30/08/2020 20:03

Anyone know where I can buy some bog standard, decent cotton, multi-pack knickers that are in pretty, fresh, colours and not horrible sludgy ones? On-line pls.

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FTMF30 · 30/08/2020 20:06

Sainsbury's TU?

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AuntieStella · 30/08/2020 20:07

Try Sainsbury's (I think they're the nicest of the supermarket brands)

Or if you shop with Ocado, you can put M&S knickers in with your groceries from Tuesday (but only some of the range, mainly plain colours)

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AnotherEmma · 30/08/2020 20:07

M&S surely!

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Sandytoes86 · 30/08/2020 20:10

I got some really nice cotton plain ones from John Lewis , lovely pastel colours nice amount of stretch

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BikeTyson · 30/08/2020 20:10

I’ve had some good Tu ones that are still going strong after a shamefully long time! Their sizing is on the large side, not a bad thing for knickers though.

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StyleandBeautyfail · 30/08/2020 20:10

John Lewis Pima cotton are lovely.
Head and shoulders the best knickers ever.
There was a big pants thread last winter Grin

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Chewbecca · 30/08/2020 20:15

Another vote for JL Pima cotton.

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WhoWouldHaveThoughtThat · 30/08/2020 20:16

'bog standard' ?
An unfortunate choice of phrase or have I missed something?
Is there a Government category for knickers now?

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cherrypiepie · 30/08/2020 21:37

I got the lace top from Asda - high recommend lovely and soft.

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twolittleboysonetiredmum · 30/08/2020 21:41

Can I jump on this and ask if anyone knows it nicely coloured multipack knickers that don’t go up your bum all day?

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Bargebill19 · 30/08/2020 21:49

Amazon.

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mocktail · 30/08/2020 22:31

I agree with John Lewis

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Oldbagface · 30/08/2020 22:56

You need Matalan in your life or George at Asda. Cheap and cheerful but do the job.

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Juicyfrooty · 30/08/2020 22:58

Asda lace top cotton ones are my favourite

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PickAChew · 30/08/2020 22:59

Definitely markses.

I bought some Tu ones on the recommendations I got on a thread of my own and ended up binning them because the elastic felt like razor wire.

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SapphireSeptember · 30/08/2020 23:39

I get all my knickers from TU, they're my favourite type.

(And I'll always remember the blogger I used to read getting sniffy about multi packs of knickers from the supermarket. I love wearing something bright and cheery under my Goth ensembles. Grin )

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slightchill · 31/08/2020 07:36

Grin WhoWouldHaveThoughtThat sorry, unfortunate turn of phrase! Grin

Thank you everyone for all the suggestions.
I started the thread because nothing in Marks took my fancy as all the designs and colours seemed a bit meh.

Off to track down your leads ...thanks again.

Definitely going to try and avoid the razor wire elastic

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dudsville · 31/08/2020 11:50

Always Thunder Pants. No elastic. VERY well made. Will not ride or shift and I find if I have the right size I have no vpl because they go right round the whole of my bottom rather than cutting mid way across the cheek. They are expensive, but they last for years.

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dudsville · 31/08/2020 11:52

Correction, I meant to write "I always mention Thunder Pants", they are not an always brand of pants!!!!!

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viccat · 31/08/2020 12:02

I like M&S ones, they seem to hold their shape well and they usually do nice colours. Sainsbury's ones have been surprisingly good too.

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uncomfortablydumb53 · 31/08/2020 14:11

I was recently surprised at the fit and quality of a Matalan multipack

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MenaiMna · 31/08/2020 14:36

Matalan five pack of cotton shorts about £8

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emwithme · 31/08/2020 14:58

Another vote for Asda lace top full briefs. Gorgeous bright colours (or black/white multipacks), wash really well, don't make me feel like I'm wearing my granny's knickers

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DioneTheDiabolist · 31/08/2020 15:03

I came to recommend Matalan, but @uncomfortablydumb53 has beaten me to it.Smile

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WanderingTrolley1 · 31/08/2020 15:17

Peacocks are pretty good for pants.

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