Panty Raid: 11 Snaps From A Cheeky Underwear-Themed Bash

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    Every gal should know by now that a great pair of panties can make or break an entire ensemble. Who cares if you're the proud owner of the must-have frock if an embarrassing visible panty line makes an appearance? So, if you were to raid our underwear drawer, you'd discover that Daphne Javitch's designs for Ten Undies are in regular rotation.

    Since we love these skivvies so much, we knew we couldn't miss the party-slash-sale hosted by Javitch and her BFF from Band of Outsiders, Nicole Cari. The two share a similar customer — even Cari believes that if a Band of Outsiders dress flew up, you'd probably discover a pair of Ten Undies underneath. Certainly a sight for sore, sartorial eyes!

    Unsurprisingly, things got pretty intimate at Javitch and Cari's event — friends and fans gathered under the underwear garland as they sipped on Pressed Juicery beverages and noshed on sugar cookies fashioned to look like adorable unmentionables. Take a look at our exclusive snaps from the soirée and don't be surprised if your next bash includes decor influenced by your skivvies!

    Photo: Courtesy of Lauren Ross

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