Diapers Or No Diapers, Rhumba Panties Are PrettyRhumba panties have been around long before my time. I remember seeing silent pictures of girls in frilly rhumba panties. But alas, they are becoming more of a scarcity these days.
There are still a few places where they can be found today. Ladies proper square dance wear, when in costume, call for those super frilly petti-pants just dripping with lacey ruffles down to the mid thigh. And they are a pretty sight indeed when the Lass twirls and those petticoats go out revealing those most girly of feminine frills. I have a pink satin pair that have the lace ruffles all the way around and not just on the bumm area. They are among my favorite panties. And then there are the sports areas, such as tennis, ice figure skating, and cheerleaders. Who hasn't been dazzled by the performance of a group of rhumba pantied girls doing their thing and giving us a glimpse of those pretty ruffles! And lastly, there are girls' specialty boutiques, many of them on line, that still cater to those little girls and toddlers with super prissy rhumba panties, some with wider crotches to accomidate diapers and plastic lined for those not yet toilet trained or still prone to accidents. I have bought them for my Grandaughters so I know that they are there. And let us not forget those of us that have fantasies to fulfill. Yes, there are a number of people out there, especially on the internet that will meet your strongest craving for a pair of satin covered plastic lined rhumba panties in just about any girly color you want, and just dripping with lacey frills, ribbons, and bows. I am fortunate to have acquired two pair of adult baby satin rhumba panties, one in white with baby pink lace ruffles and the other in lavender with matching lace ruffles. I wear them all the time with my toddler girl dressy outfits ( see my avatar ). And what little girls rhumba panties would be complete without a tiny satin bow in the rear above the rows of ruffles as that added final touch. They are made to be seen and not hidden, am I correct?
Now I know that quality ABDL satin rhumba panties can be expensive, but I paid about $20.00 for one pair and about $45.00 for another. So save up your pennies girls and indulge yourself before these all disappear in the growing trend towards the non-pretty, unattractive garments that seem to have the fashion designers under the illusion that things like rhumba panties must be a thing of the past. Phooey on them!
Let's resurrect the interest in girly rhumba panties by showing that there's still an interest in pretty things like rhumba panties. Post more pictures of rhumba panties, preferably with you in them. They aren't just for Shirley Temple any more!
petti100 61-65 7 Responses 1 Aug 23, 2011