Lingerie. Individual, personal and different for everyone. 

I have attempted with this document to answer your questions about lingerie sizing. My hope is to assist you in having the ultimate lingerie shopping experience at HerRoom!

We have provided links to the best sellers in each category. This way you will know what other men are buying.

If we can provide further sizing assistance, please contact us through the website. We appreciate your feedback. If there are tips that would benefit others, I hope you will share them with us.

Customer service at HerRoom is always discreet and respectful. We trust that you too will respect our staff and their assistance.

- Tomima
Natural Fitting Crotch

A pantywear crotch should fit naturally against your body. There should be no excessive fabric in the front or back, and should definitely not be binding. If your panty has a front horizontal crotch seam, it should be visible from the front and not slip backwards. If it does, check to see that your panty isn't on backwards.

Waistband is snug but not binding

If your waistband keeps bunching up and rolling over in the front, you have the wrong size. Try a smaller size. The right size means your band stays in place and is comfortable.

Legs are Snug But Not Binding

Panty legs should not be so tight that they cause grooves along your thighs. Leg openings should be evenly arched on both legs and the fabric should not be bunched or twisted. If you are still having trouble with binding legs, try a panty with a high cut leg style such as French cut.

Buttocks is Cupped

Assuming you are not wearing a thong, the proper fit around the buttocks is balanced, symmetrical, covered and cupped. If not, you need a bigger size. Also, if some of your current panties are riding up, the elastic is probably shot and they need to be replaced.

Final Thoughts

Do a routine quality check

It's easy to keep the same panties for years without thinking about tossing them out or replacing them. After all, they're covered up most of the time and you're often the only one who sees them. However, it's always a good idea to take a look at your current panty wardrobe to check for worn out panties.

If you notice legs or waistbands that are stretched out, backs that continually ride up on you, or frayed material, it's probably time to throw them out.