Looking For Cheap Underwear That Lasts? We’ve Got You Covered


There’s Hanky Panky underwear that I’ve had – no exaggeration – for over a decade. I’m not saying that these pieces look brand new, but no one would guess how old they are. There’s clearly something to investing in fashion that lasts. That said, I’ve been pleasantly surprised that many brands sold on Amazon or at retailers like Walmart and Target hold up well to tons of wearing and washing (and I’m not talking hand-washing or cold washing or gentle cycles… I’m talking “real” 40+ degree washing and hot tumble drying).

Here’s a look at some of the best frugal underwear brands to shop now.

Kindly is as good to the plant as they are to the wallet. The brand has created the first-ever plant-based bra cup made from sugarcane (how!?) and their collection of intimates are sourced from recycled materials. Everything is under $20.

Amazon Essentials has some of the best and most affordable lace underwear options. Plus, they have a ton of styles, patterns and colors to pick from and if you’ve got Amazon Prime you can usually get them in as little as one or two days.

Not only does Auden offer a wide range of sizes, everything is priced at under $22. It’s one of the newest Target house brands and they have nearly 200 bras in more than 40 style. Plus underwear, bodysuits and tanks.





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