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The Petit Q Spring 2015 Trunks aren’t really trunks – they’re something else. The PQ9 Trunk ($30.40) is meant to be their most basic take on the style. And frankly, we expected nothing less from this feverishly naughty brand. Just about the entire left leg of the trunk is removed to expose your thigh. The rest of the trunk is there, mostly. Creating a cutout, a diagonal pouch comes down from the waistband to cup your junk.
The Majax Trunk ($24.48) is made from 93% nylon and 7% spandex (where there is material). Where there isn’t, there are clear straps giving the wearer an entirely nude profile. The result is shockingly sexy, perfect for the bedroom, or a gogo dancer. Of course, a gogo dancer would love the Bondage Trunk ($30.48). Made from the same fabric blend, the design is more of a bikini with a vertical strap that stops above the knee. From that, three straps wrap around your thigh – so many places to stick dollar bills.
If see-through if your favorite play of the naughty underwear game, the Matisse Trunk ($24.48) has a front that is entirely sheer, leaving nothing to the imagination. See-through not cutting it for you? The Foliz Trunk ($28) and the Cabourg Trunk ($42.48) have removable pouches. Because what’s hotter than easy access?
Trunks from the Petit Q Spring 2015 Collection are available in sizes S-XL.
How many of the new “trunks” would you consider trunks? Which of the styles plays up to your particular tastes?Let us know in the comments below, or by tweeting us @underwearexpert.
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