Review: Doreanse Flashy G-string
Something about the Doreanse flashy g-string just grabbed my attention. It looked like a very promising g-string option on the model. I was on a high from their aire thong when I added the g-string to an order for more of those. I thought the aire thong was tiny when I pulled it out of the package. The flashy g-string was packaged in about an inch wide package and maybe two inches long! Then I pulled it out of that and it was itsy bitsy.
I’ll start with some quick specs on the g-string. It’s made of a blend of 90% polyester and 10% elastan. Really the elastan is not giving it much stretch at all. The sides measure about 5/16″ and the string tail is around 3/8″. It is recommended to wash cold and hang to dry. Doreanse is made in Turkey. It is also a center seamed contoured pouch.
I like the construction of the g-string and had high hopes for it. But my hope was crushed when I slipped it on. Errr…maybe more like tried to slip it on. There was really no slipping. It was more like trying to stuff it. Itsy Bitsy looking in this circumstance really turned out to be true. Now I was sort of able to get myself contained in the pouch, but it was not a pretty look. Basically that is as far as I got with the pair. Possibly sizing up may work, but I’m not going to test it out. It wasn’t just the pouch that made it feel like a size off. I didn’t feel there was enough length in the string tail. Then the waistband didn’t seem tight, but could have provided more stretch. With those two aspects it seems the idea of sizing up could improve them. In theory a size up could provide more pouch room too, but that may not be true.
In the end I didn’t attempt to even try to wear these. I only attempted to try them on twice. The second time was just a reminder trying, so I could try and write the review. Since I couldn’t wear them, I can’t do my typical support, tail comfort, and overall comfort rating. You can guess the number of thongs up rating!
|Recommendation:||No thongs up|
Pros: Construction looks good
Cons: Sizing is way off