The Best Thongs and Knickers for Travelling

If you are a constant traveller, then you should have a look at the best thongs and knickers available on the market. It is really important to have a comfortable pair of undies, especially underwear like thongs and knickers, so that you don’t have to worry about the long flight and most importantly, travel in comfort.

Let us, go through some of the important features of thongs and knickers that should be considered:

  1. Should dry quickly:

You can get cheap knickers and thongs online or in store, but be sure that they are quick drying. It saves you worrying about wearing semi-dry underwear, or leaving your underwear to dry around your hotel room. The material should be of great quality; that dries up quickly without leaving odour.

  1. Should be breathable:

The thongs and knickers that you are looking for should be breathable. Knickers or thongs of inferior quality may use fabric that holds onto sweat and other bodily fluids, leaving you feeling uncomfortable and paranoid. Look out for high-tech fabrics that can make you feel cool and dry.

  1. Should be lightweight:

It is mandatory that your travelling thongs and knickers should be lightweight so that they weigh less. If they are lightweight, they are generally more comfortable, which is essential on long journeys.

  1. Should control odour:

You may be short on time and unable to wash your knickers or thongs in which case odour control is essential. There is nothing more embarrassing than others noticing an unpleasant smell coming from you. Cheap knickers do not have to mean cheap and nasty odours.

  1. Should be super comfortable:

Apart from the quality, the style and the colour, comfort is an important factor to consider when making a purchase of knickers or thongs.

When travelling and being away from the comforts of home, you need to ensure some form of comfort in your new surroundings. If you are uncomfortable in your clothing, then finding comfort in new surroundings is all the more difficult.

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What Makes a Great Wedding Venue?

I shoot more than 30 weddings a year, alongside my wife, so I’m fortunate enough to shoot at a very wide variety of weddings across the whole of the UK, from weddings on boats, through to inner-city warehouses and medieval castles. As a result I have a good insight into what makes for a really great venue.

Of course one of the most important things to consider is how the venue will photograph. You need to consider not only the aesthetic appeal of the venue’s buildings but also the attractiveness and conditions of their gardens or grounds. Ask yourself whether certain perspectives will look good as a potential backdrop for a portrait of you and your betrothed. It’s also worth considering what the light levels are like inside your venue. If your ceremony room is particularly dark you must absolutely make sure that your wedding photographers have very fast lenses that will cope with the situation.

Another really important consideration is the attitude of the venue staff. These are the people that will look after you on your wedding day, and ensure that things run smoothly. Make sure that the venue you choose has very responsive, friendly and organized co-ordinators.

One of the best venues we have shot at is Northbrook Park, in Surrey (UK). This stunning venue has it all- a light and airy ceremony room, absolutely stunning buildings, and grounds that are simply beautiful. It also helps that the staff are incredibly helpful and approachable too!

Of course ultimately it’s difficult to be too prescriptive about your choice of wedding venue. As human beings we do end up making a lot of decisions based upon gut instinct. When it comes to selecting your venue I would definitely say that your instincts play a very important role too. If you aren’t getting the right feeling from a venue, even if it ticks all the right boxes logically, then listen to your feelings!

About Matt

Matt is part of wedding photography team Foden Photography. Along with his wife Brenda they shoot weddings across the whole of the UK. You can see their site at:

http://www.fodenphotography.com