Comfy high-waisted period pants. High-waisted and super comfortable knowing you're safe and leak-free with confidence. The perfect eco alternative to tampons or sanitary pads.
Definition: 'That feeling you get when you crawl into your bed, after a long day of work or school - in your most comfy outfit - knowing you don't have to do anything.'
We know we're not the only people in the world who can't wait to get home and put on our PJ's! Lounge wear is a thing for glamorous models, for us, as soon as the front door is shut, it's as fast as humanly possible to change into our jammies. We've been known to change OUT of our party gear at 10pm on New Years Eve at our own house party because PJ's were the way forward for welcoming in the New Year. Lots of you told us that you wanted a high-waisted version of our period knickers because (like us) you've got a mumtum. Which we are proud of because of what it represents. And NO amount of sit-ups are making that bad boy go away.
So we've designed these high-waisted period pants which can comfortably hold your muffin top and the bit that wobbles above your C-section scar.
They're made from super stretchy lace at the sides because we believe that even on your period, it's important to feel good. The inner absorbent sections runs from front to back waistband and features our usual 4 layers, which are absorbent and moisture wicking, keeping you dry and comfy all day - or night long.
These are true to UK size, so go with your regular size in underwear. Please note that lace design may vary slightly from pictured.
The body of the pant is nylon and elastane (75%/25%) and the lining and the middle layer are cotton/elastane (95%/5%). With a waterproofed outer layer, you've got maximum protection but also keeping you comfortable:
- moisture wicking
- never leak
- breathable fabric
As with any sanitary option, if you're using these as your only means of protection, we recommend that you change them during the day, just like you would a pad or tampon.
Machine wash cold (maximum 30 degrees) and then hang dry. Do not use bleach or fabric softener or put them in the tumble dryer. This will affect the absorbency and can cause the elastic in the lace to fray