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Lingerie Review: Natori 'Bliss' Cotton Briefs & Lace Briefs

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Note: The lingerie in this review was purchased by me. Neither The Natori Company nor any other entity requested a review.



As my Momma liked to say, "You can never have too many draws." So I'm always on the lookout for cute, comfy panties... even when they're not attached to a bra set. I'm a huge fan of Hanky Panky, but sometimes I want to change it up a little. While visiting Zovo Lingerie over in University Village Seattle, Meghan, the manager, recommend Natori Bliss. So I purchased three pairs, size L, and I'm happy to say they are already in my regular rotation.

I just purchased this from Nordstrom Rack as a 'nude' pair

I bought one lace pair (pictured above) and two cotton, and all three are really, really comfy. I like the low-rise style, and I also appreciate how the seams on these knickers lay flat. There's no showthrough or pantylines, and the brief itself is true to size with no binding, digging, twisting, or riding up (behaviors I despise in my underwear). Finally, the material of the panty itself is very light. Sometimes cotton or lace can feel a bit heavy, dense, or stiff but these don't. And oh yeah, they're machine washable.

While I wouldn't call the Natori 'Bliss' briefs an exceptional panty or a special occasional panty, they are a nice, straightforward everyday panty. The only downside (and it's a significant one) is that they don't come in plus sizes.

The Natori 'Bliss' briefs in cotton, lace, or mesh are available for 3 for $45 at both HerRoom and Nordstrom in multiple colors; sizes S, M and L.


Cora
Cora Harrington

Founder and Editor in Chief of The Lingerie Addict. Author of In Intimate Detail: How to Choose, Wear, and Love Lingerie. I believe lingerie is fashion too, and that everyone who wants it deserves gorgeous lingerie.

5 Comments on this post

  1. Jodi says:

    Those are really nice! It’s cold now, but sticky NYC summers demand cotton undies, and it’s hard to find pretty ones. Now, if you could find something similar in bras, I would be forever grateful.

  2. I adore the Bliss series! You’re right that they’re not always a special occasion panty, but I’ve found they can work well as a “faux matching panty” for when the real matching underwear are too pricey to justify. Plus, they are incredibly comfortable and do not show through under clothes. Like you, I wish they came in plus sizes, especially because quality cotton undies are harder to find.

  3. Bonnie M says:

    I have several pairs of these and they’re just lovely.

  4. anon says:

    I’m going to try these. I live in a very warm climate and cotton undies are clutch in the summer. Always looking for cute one.

  5. Jenn Nadal says:

    Oh yes. These are my absolute favorite panties!

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