How To Prevent Camel Toe, No Matter Where You Are Or What You're Wearing

Well, it must be said: camel toe is a real bitch. Of all the wardrobe malfunctions you could possibly experience (yes, including a nip slip), walking out of the house to an important dinner and realizing your camel toe is out and practically roaming rogue through the restaurant has got to be the most embarrassing event of your young life. But no worries, ladies, I'm here to teach you how to prevent camel toe to save yourself, and everyone else, the humiliation.

Let's get one thing, ahem, smoothed over: there are plenty of women out there who don't necessarily consider this a fashion malfunction, and hey, that's totally OK! We've already accepted that leggings can be worn as pants and seriously, everyone has seen and knows what a lady part looks like. So to those who are OK with rocking a camel toe, to that I say, you do you, ladies!

Now, moving on: for those of you who like to, as Khloe Kardashian puts it, "conceal the camel," we've got some tips. Call it "camelflage," if you will. Fashion disasters don't discriminate, so CT can really happen to anybody and any outfit. When in doubt about how a certain outfit might look when out and about in better lighting, it's best to err on the side of caution. Super tight clothing can create a disaster zone.

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Here are three easy ways to camelflage your lady bits.

1. The Emergency

You're out to dinner with your boo's parents and they can clearly see what's going on down under - your primetime lady part is practically the 5th wheel on this double date. Make a quick dash to the bathroom, grab some TP and wrap it three times around your three center fingers. Tear it off, fold it in half, and, boom: you just made a little secret to keep your "secrets" to yourself. Insert the TP into your underwear and no one will be the wiser.

This works great if you're wearing thin, fabric pants.

2. The Quickie

Always Dailies Sheer Liners , $8, Amazon

You're all ready for a night out, but that last check before you run out the door reveals your jeans jammin' up into places they should not be. Have no fear. Grab a panty liner and insert it into your undies (just, ya know, not in it's usual position). Problem fixed. This works great for thicker fabrics like jeans.

3. The Longterm Solution

Cuchini The Camel Toe Guard, $20, Amazon

If this is becoming more common than not with your clothing, it might be time to invest in a little wardrobe tool to do the trick. Products like Cuchini The Camel Toe Guard can help you not only win the battle, but the war on CT.

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