WIWTM – June 2015

I seem to have used more pads than usual this month. My period wasn’t any longer than it normally is – four days – and it didn’t feel particularly heavy. I think the warmer weather just makes me more aware of wearing them and I feel like I want to change more frequently to stay feeling fresh and dry.

I’m still a sucker for a beautiful bamboo velour but I’ve been reaching for my cotton jersey pads lately. For me, they feel more comfortable and less hot. Being the same fabric as my knickers helps too. I’m wearing more pantyliners generally throughout the month, particularly around ovulation. No one likes a sweaty undercarriage on a hot day, do they?!

So here is my What I Wore This Month…

 

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TOP ROW (left to right):
~ My Little Patch medium suedecloth wetbag
~ SMJAE large cotton wetbag

SECOND ROW (l-r):
~ 3 x Homestead Emporium bamboo velour Ultiminis
~ Homestead Emporium bamboo velour Ultimax Slim
~ Beau Bespoke bamboo velour 14″ night
~ Environmenstrual cotton velour 13″ night

THIRD ROW (l-r):
~ Tenderoni Collection cotton 13.5″ night
~ Lady Days bamboo velour 14.5″ Lady Luxury night
~Lady Days bamboo velour 11.5″ Lady Luxury heavy
~ Lady Days cotton 11″ heavy
~ Lady Days cotton jersey 11″ heavy
~ Mama Kloth cotton 11.5″ Curvy heavy

BOTTOM ROW (l-r):
~ Ruby’s Place cotton jersey 12″ moderate
~ Tenderoni Collection cotton 11.5″ regular
~ Moon and Stars Pads cotton jersey 12″ regular
~ Mama Kloth organic cotton 11″ heavy
~ 3 x Homestead Emporium bamboo fleece HalfWrap pantyliners

 

What are your favourite fabrics or go-to brands to keep you cool and dry through the summer months? Pop a comment below!

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3 thoughts on “WIWTM – June 2015

  1. April R June 30, 2015 at 20:41 Reply

    Where do you order these? How do you go about washing them?

    • The Pie Patch June 30, 2015 at 21:00 Reply

      Hi, April. These are from lots of different makers. My favourites are Lady Days Cloth Pads & Homestead Emporium. If you look in the ‘Useful Info’ section of my blog, there are posts about washing them & a list of some stockists. If you’re just starting out, I’d recommend trying a few styles & fabrics to get an idea of what works for you. Places like Feminine Wear, Boobalou, & Eco Dreams stock lots of brands in one place.

      • April R June 30, 2015 at 21:11

        Sweet! Thanks for the tip!

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