Dolce & Gabbana Underwear
Well just looking at David Gandy in this video has me running to the latest Dolce & Gabbana store to get underwear for my man. There is certainly fire in the jocks when looking at what awaits in store.
Here’s an interesting fact? Fewer than 20% of men actually use their fly. That’s right; the majority of men simply go up and over. A few even go down and out. Thus the fly is more of a decoration than a functional feature. Regardless of whether it’s used or not, a fly will always be a stock feature on men’s boxers. Some have a centre button or snap on the fly. This helps to keep the fly closed.
Recently, a lot of design changes have occurred between a man’s, well, ah… legs. For increased comfort and improved fit, his room is seeing less and less of the traditional intersecting of back, front, and leg seams in the crotch area. Instead, gussets and panels are becoming more popular, and are a whole lot more comfortable. A gusset is a piece of fabric, generally in a diamond, rectangle or triangle shape, inserted in a garment to allow for more space and greater ease of movement.
Your underwear states a lot about who you are
Very interesting design and colour
Loving the Calcio collection, translation, football in Italian
A timeless piece of underwear