The Best Breathable Lightweight Undies to Get You Through Summer
Summertime sweats take no prisoners so you’ll want to make sure your underwear drawer is stocked with styles that will sustain you through the hottest, stickiest time of the year. Because absolutely no one enjoys butt sweat (or any other kind of sweat down there), it’s worth investing in a supply of lightweight, breathable undies this season. They may not feature any lace or bows, but these no-frills pairs get the job done — and keep the focus on your epic warm-weather trends. Whether you prefer a thong, a hipster, or a high-waisted brief, you’ll find your hot-weather go-to skivvies ahead.
3. Uniqlo AIRism Ultra Seamless Hiphugger Shorts ($8): Uniqlo has cornered the market when it comes to functional fashion, and their intimates collection is no exception. The entire AIRism range is extremely lightweight, keeps you cool and dry, and is nearly unbeatable when it comes to affordability.
5. Adidas Women’s Climacool Thong Underwear ($12): Not only do these bottoms keep you airy and dry, but the fabric is also designed to stay in place without rolling. Meaning: You can get as active as you like, stay cool, and avoid pulling at your undies all day.
6. Balanced Tech Women’s Seamless Bikini Panties 3 Pack ($15): Another style that’s ideal for summer getaways, you can score this ultra-comfy, quick-dry multipack and be all set for a weekend trip. Easy breezy!
We all have a million dollar business idea (or 2...or 3…) that we think *someone* should do. Why not you? Part of the motivation for Brit + Co's new interactive business course Selfmade is to help women develop their business idea into an actual living/breathing/thriving business. But it's also a way to figure out what that idea is. Maybe you have a few ideas, or need to refine a really good one, or maybe you have something with potential but just need to brush up on the business side of things. Well you're in luck. Thanks to Office Depot, we're here to share a quick recap on how we're helping our students figure out how to pick an idea and run with it. Feeling a little Selfmade fomo? Check out these tips for knowing if your idea is fully baked.