There is a saying we posted on Facebook and Twitter. “When you stop believing in Santa Claus you get underwear.” I have a feeling that, like myself, we have a lot of believers of Santa reading this. I did not get any underwear under the tree this year. But I do plan on getting me a few pairs to ring in the new year. If you are in the same boat I have some ways to brighten your underwear drawer.

Just buy what you want at any price. 

If you have a stressful holiday season or year. Splurge and buy yourself that brand or pair you have had your eye on. Do something awesome for yourself. Now don’t go out and buy every pair and spend all your money. But, if you can afford a pair or two just do it! It’s something we all need to do from time to time, reward ourselves.

Scan the sales and buy! 

If you are on a more limited budget, scan the sales and strategically buy the pairs you wanted! A lot of brands are going to have year-end specials. You can score some big deals and get more for your buck. Instead of buying one pair you may be able to get 2-3 pairs or more!

Get the super deal! 

Clearance is your friend. If you’re not picky about wearing last years or seasons collection. This is the perfect way to score some awesome undies and swimwear. This past year I scored Merman Tailor swim briefs for $5 each. I also bought CARIOCA wear for $14.99 when the regular price was around $80. While at Skivvies in Dallas I bought Mundo Unico Brief and ErgoWear bikini! While the price may be right, finding your size can be an issue. If you are a medium or a large, it’s harder to find than a small or X-Large. However, for those who are willing to hunt, the reward may pay off! Also, check out sites like!

Have fun shopping and get some undies for yourself, you deserve it!


Tim is the founder and editor of Underwear News Briefs. He has been an avid underwear fan since the age of 14! He founded UNB in 2008 and has continued to broaden his underwear love over the years

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