Confirmed: French Girls Love the Underwear You Hate

The appeal of French-girl style is undeniable. But while we often talk about the jeans, jackets, and bags French women love to wear, we don't spend much time talking about what they wear underneath their inspiring outfits. So when we had the chance to talk to Victoria's Secret model and French cool girl Camille Rowe, we were intrigued to know what French women think about their underpinnings.

"We're really into big cotton panties," Rowe revealed, going on to note that she's been wearing the same underwear since she was a child. In the U.S., it's only the last few years that we've seen a resurgence of "granny" panties (a term we acknowledge is a little odd) as a fashion-forward underwear choice. Inspired by Rowe's revelation, we did a little research to find full-coverage underwear you'll feel amazing wearing. Read on to shop our picks.

"I mean, myself included—and most of my French girlfriends—we're really into a big, cotton panties."

You can't go wrong with neutrals.

Available in sizes XS to L

The fashion world has been fixated on Calvins of late.

Available in sizes XS to XL. 

You can lounge the day away in these skivvies.

Available in sizes XS to XL.

High-rise offer extra coverage.

Available in sizes XS to XXL. 

These are from the brand Camille Rowe loves.

Available in sizes XXS to L. 

Why not opt for a fun pair of undies.

Available in sizes XS to L. 

Embrace this laid-back style.

Available in sizes XS to L.

What's not to love about these simple but colorful briefs?

Available in sizes XS to XL. 

These super-high-rise underwear are comfy choice.

Available in sizes S to M. 

Cotton briefs are comfy and breathable.

Available in sizes XS to L.

We love the delicate details on these mid-rise panties. 

Available in sizes S to L. 

Try a pop of color on for size. 

Available in sizes 1X to 2X.

These simple briefs are great for everyday wear. 

Available in sizes XS to L.

Want more from Camillie? Watch this hilarious video about the difference between French and American style.

Opening Image: @fingermonkey

This post was updated by Aemilia Madden