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Here Are The Best Places To Get Your Underwear

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Underwear is a tricky thing to get right.

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It rips, constricts, bunches, and sometimes it just straight-up sucks to wear. So we asked members of the BuzzFeed Community and the edit staff where they buy their favorite briefs online (besides Victoria's Secret) and collected the best answers to share with you.

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1. Cacique by Lane Bryant

Common styles and materials: Cotton, lace, everything from thongs to boyshorts.

Best deals: Some pairs are three for $33, and some are five for $35.

Why people like them: Actually sexy underwear for plus-size women, comfort, decent selection of everyday cotton underwear that is cute and fitted.

Shipping information: Free standard shipping in the U.S. to stores, where you have to pick up the items. Flat-rate direct shipping for $7.95 in the U.S. Offers international shipping as well.

Sizing: 12, 14/16, 18/20, 22/24, 26/28

2. Urban Outfitters

Common styles and materials: Lace, basic cotton, some laser-cut/no-lines styles, everything from thongs to boyshorts.

Best deals: Some pairs are five for $25 (all pairs pictured are part of this deal), and some are three for $30.

Why people like them: Affordability, comfort, lace doesn't rip easily.

Shipping information: Urban provides free standard shipping on orders over $50 and flat rate shipping is $4.95 on all orders under $50. They also have free returns both online and in-stores.

Sizing: S–L

3. Aerie by American Eagle

Common styles and materials: Lace, basic cotton, nylon, some laser-cut/no-lines styles, everything from thongs to boyshorts.

Best deals: Some pairs are four for $27.50, and some are seven for $27.50

Why people like them: Affordability, ethics (the company doesn't airbrush models), comfort, cute patterns.

Shipping information: Free standard shipping in the U.S. for orders over $50, and free shipping with the purchase of a bra or any piece of swimwear. Orders under $50 are charged a $7 flat rate for standard shipping. In-store returns are free.

Sizing: S–XL

4. Play Out Underwear

Common styles and materials: Boxer briefs (a little longer), trunks (a little shorter). All made from micromodal, cotton, and spandex.

Best deals: No promotional deals available online. Each pair costs $24–28.

Why people like them: Comfort and ethics. Play Out makes gender-neutral underwear for people of all gender expressions. They are made in the U.S. using fair labor practices.

Shipping information: Free standard shipping in the U.S. for orders over $70. Other shipping and handling costs vary depending on how much your order.

Sizing: S–XL

5. Target

Common styles and materials: Literally anything you could dream of.

Best deals: Five pairs for $20.

Why people like them: Comfort and affordability. Lace stays intact. A lot of people are very loyal to the Gilligan & O'Malley brand (pictured above).

Shipping information: Free standard shipping in the U.S. for orders over $25, and free in-store returns.

Sizing: XS–XL

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6. Adore Me

Common styles and materials: Mostly cotton and lace, very femme styles including thongs, hipsters, and bikinis. Not so many boyshorts or basic cotton undies.

Best deals: Five pairs for $29.95.

Why people like them: Comfort and affordability, great colors, lace stays intact.

Shipping information: Free standard shipping and exchanges on all orders in the U.S.

Sizing: XS–XL

7. Soma

Common styles and materials: Mostly microfiber, cotton, and lace. Lots of thongs, hipsters, and bikinis.

Best deals: Some pairs are six for $36, some pairs are five for $39, and some are buy three, get two free.

Why people like them: Comfort and affordability, lace stays intact, they wash well and don't ride up.

Shipping information: Shipping is determined based on the size of the order. In-store returns are free, and for online returns, Soma sends a prepaid label but will deduct $7 from your refund for the cost of shipping and handling.

Sizing: S–XL

8. Rue 21

Common styles and materials: Mostly polyester, lace, nylon, and cotton.

Best deals: Most underwear is sold in packs. The best deal is a pack of five for $9.99 (pictured above). Most packs of two are $7.99.

Why people like them: Super affordable, cute colors.

Shipping information: Free standard shipping in the U.S. for order over $50. Free in-store returns.

Sizing: XS–XL

9. Empowered by You

Common styles and materials: Nylon and spandex. Line includes thongs and briefs.

Best deals: Each pair is $22 when purchased from the Empowered by You website, but the company did a collaboration with Rebecca Minkoff that includes a pack of three pairs for $50. They are available here on the designer's website.

Why people like them: For every pair bought, 20% of sales are used to empower women-owned businesses via microfinance. Plus, they are super comfortable.

Shipping information: Shipping costs $4.49 from the Empowered by You website, but it's free from Rebecca Minkoff (including international shipping).

Sizing: XS–XL

10. Fig Leaves

Common styles and materials: Cotton, lace, silk, and nylon are common materials. This site has a lot of basics (thongs, boyshorts, and bikinis styles) but also has a lot of lingerie-style underwear.

Best deals: There are quite a few multipacks with deals like three pairs for $19. Most of the deals are either multipacks or specific to certain brands (like Calvin Klein or DKNY).

Why people like them: Comfortable, durable, great selection of basics.

Shipping information: Flat-rate standard shipping in the U.S. for $6.95.

Sizing: It depends on the brand. Some are sized between XS and XL, and some are sized by numbers up to 18.

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11. Gap Body

Common styles and materials: Mostly cotton and spandex, some lace and some polyester. Styles range from thongs to boyshorts, with a heavy emphasis on basic cotton undies.

Best deals: Most pairs are $5–10 each, almost always on sale.

Why people like them: Comfortable, durable, great selection of basics.

Shipping information: Free shipping with purchase of $50. Standard flat-rate shipping is $7 in the U.S.

Sizing: XS–XL

12. HerRoom

Common styles and materials: Everything from lace to cotton, silk, nylon, and microfiber. They carry pretty much every cut and style.

Best deals: Some pairs are buy two, get one free, but it depends on the brand.

Why people like them: It's easy and convenient to order from and carries tons of brands at discount prices (like Hanky Panky).

Shipping information: Free shipping on orders over $70. Standard flat rate shipping fee of $5 for orders under $70.

Sizing: XS–11XL

13. Bare Necessities

Common styles and materials: Everything from lace to cotton, silk, nylon, and microfiber. They carry pretty much every cut and style and have a great plus-size selection.

Best deals: It depends on the brand. Some are three pairs for $30, some are sold as multipacks at discounted prices.

Why people like them: They carry a ton of brands and a variety of styles and they almost always have special deals and sales on both underwear and bras. Knock Out! undies are a favorite.

Shipping information: Free shipping on orders over $70. Standard flat-rate shipping fee of $5 for orders under $70.

Sizing: XS–5XL

14. True&Co.

Common styles and materials: Mostly lace, microfiber, and cotton.

Best deals: Three-pack for $33.

Why people like them: The True&Co. multipacks are high quality and come in a variety of colors. Extremely comfortable and pretty affordable. Lace doesn't rip. Great for basics and the occasional splurge. Not too overwhelming because there aren't 20 pages to scroll through.

Shipping information: Free shipping on orders over $75. Standard flat-rate shipping fee of $7.95 for orders under $75.

Sizing: S–L

15. Hanky Panky

Common styles and materials: Mostly lace (nylon), and a few with microfiber and cotton pairs.

Best deals: Five-pack for $90 or three-pack for $60.

Why people like them: Hanky Panky is definitely a splurge brand. They have a loyal following of people who are willing to invest up front because their underwear lasts for an extremely long time and the lace doesn't rip. A lot of Hanky Panky loyalists seem to purchase from sites like HerRoom, where there are often sales on the brand.

Shipping information: Free shipping on orders over $75. Standard flat-rate shipping fee of $6 for orders under $75.

Sizing: S–3XL

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16. Me Undies

Common styles and materials: Cotton basics. They make thongs, bikinis, briefs, and boyshorts.

Best deals: Three-pack for $42, five-pack for $70, ten-pack for $140.

Why people like them: It's easy to shop because only five styles are offered and you can subscribe to receive a pair of undies every month at a 22% discount.

Shipping information: Free shipping in the U.S. and Canada.

Sizing: XS–2XL

17. ThirdLove

Common styles and materials: Cotton basics. They make thongs, bikinis, briefs, and boyshorts.

Best deals: Three-pack for $26.

Why people like them: ThirdLove offers comfortable, long-lasting basics.

Shipping information: Free shipping on orders over $75. Standard shipping is a flat-rate fee of $4.99 in the U.S.

Sizing: S–L

18. Frederick's of Hollywood

Common styles and materials: Cotton basics, lace, mesh, lots of sexier pairs.

Best deals: There are a selection of pairs that are $4 each if you buy seven or more.

Why people like them: Really affordable, lots of colors and sizes. Good selection of both basics and sexier pairs.

Shipping information: Free shipping on orders over $50. Standard shipping is a flat-rate fee of $6.95 in the U.S for orders under $50.

Sizing: XS–3XL

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