Usually worn with the waistband lower than the wearer's waist, and often at the hips, with the leg bands ending at the groin. High-sided bikini underwear Low-sided bikini underwear String bikini — consists of two triangular pieces connected at the groin but not at the sides, with a thin "string" around the waist connecting the pieces. A new woven cotton fabric called nainsook gained popularity in the s for its durability. Early underwear advertisements emphasised durability and comfort, and fashion was not regarded as a selling point. Women's panties became more colourful and decorative, and by the mids were available in two abbreviated styles called the hip-hugger and the bikini named after the Pacific Ocean island of that name , frequently in sheer nylon fabric. Codpieces were sometimes used as a pocket for holding small items. Lindsay "Layneau" Boudreaux, a French immigrant, established the short-lived panty company Layneau.
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