For the dapper man, quality underwear is a must. But for some, the high sticker price on many luxury underwear brands can be a turnoff. Don’t let that stop you from being yourself and enjoying the finer things in life. Many different brands provide quality without a price tag that breaks the bank. Find out about some great, inexpensive underwear in this Ask the Expert: Quality on a Budget.
Corey from Long Island, NY – Hey Underwear Expert. My name is Corey and I’m from Long Island. I enjoy wearing a really nice, comfortable pair of underwear. Particularly when I’m cooped up all day in the library or sitting in class. I just finished my junior year of college and I’m on a bit of a budget, so I was wondering if you had any suggestions for nice, quality underwear that won’t cut too deep into my bank account.
The Underwear Expert – Hi Corey, thanks for writing. We love hitting the beaches of Long Island in the summertime. In regards to your question, you’re in luck. There are plenty of options for people on a budget who like to wear nice underwear. Everyone should have access to fine undergarments! Here are a few options, each under $20.
BodyAware Vintage Comic Brief: At just $18, this brief has some serious style. It has all of the comfort of a BodyAware brief, and a really cool look. For all of those varsity parties, you need a fun, outgoing look like this.
Ergowear Pouch Mini Boxer Feel: For just under $20 you can step into a pair from Ergowear. This Chilean brand is known for their ingenuity and this mini boxer is certainly a stunner. Get pouched up for fun times in this great mini boxer.
Mack Weldon 18 Hour Jersey Brief: Mack Weldon makes simplicity look classy. They update the traditional brief for a stylish and very comfortable new fit. You’ll feel great sitting all day in class or in the library in this brief and won’t spend more than $20.
Keep us posted Corey and let us know if any of these briefs are winning!
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Photo Credit: BodyAware, Ergowear, Mack Weldon