How To Find The Appropriate Lingerie For Your Age
Sexy Lingerie In Pink refers to a sexy and fashionable undergarment that is always present inside the closet of many women. Owning at least a pair of sexy and fashionable undergarments basically completes a woman’s closet, and buying the best and top-selling lingerie has become a great way for women to pamper themselves.
Here’s to give you a taste of lingerie In Pink in different styles and designs.
Sexy Lingerie Babydolls In Pink. A nightie is a short night gown with loose flowing skirt that comes with built-in bra-like cups.
Sexy Lingerie Teddies In Pink. This is a short night gown that falls past the waist and just above the upper thigh.
Sexy Lingerie Camisole In Pink. This is a loose fitting top that falls to the waist that can be worn underneath a sweater or an open jacket.
Sexy Lingerie Chemise In Pink. This garment comes with thin spaghetti-like straps that are oftentimes adjustable. It is a straight cut night gown that falls just above the knee.
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"Lingerie" comes from the Old French word "lingere" meaning linen, and is defined as
women's underwear and night clothes. In France "lingerie" applies to all undergarments for both genders. In the U.S. and England "lingerie" applies to women's undergarments, solely created to be erotic or visually pleasing, using the like of silk and lace, and does not apply to sensible cotton underclothes.
The history of lingerie.
The concept of lingerie being visually pleasing is a relatively recent one. The glamorization of lingerie really only started in the 1960's. The concept of sexy lingerie began to develop and by the sexual revolution of the 1970's really took off. Interestingly, the 1960's also saw feminists burning their bras. The feminists were convinced that women's undergarments were created "to impose control and order of the fairer sex".
In the first half of the 20th Century women's undergarments had 3 purposes: modesty, hygiene, and to alter the female form through the use of corsets, girdles and bras. They were often large, bulky, extremely uncomfortable and often very physically restraining. By the 1950's undergarments were becoming smaller and more form fitting.
The Corset. From the 16th to 19th Century various devices were used to squeeze women' waists to astonishing measurements of 16-17 inches. Note that Kate Moss, Jennifer Anniston and Heather Locklear all list their waist measurements as 23 inches. The envied hourglass shape was achieved by compressing the body at the middle and literally transferring the flesh from the waist to the breasts and hips.
The Girdle. During the 1920's the corset was slowly replaced by the girdle. These were more comfortable and less extreme. The girdle was considered an essential item, both for respectability and modesty. The girdle was designed to give a smoother more appealing line to the woman's shape. The bottom of the girdle had fasteners on it to clip onto stockings to keep them up. By the 1960's the girdle was replaced by the panty girdle and then again by control top pantyhose.
The Brassiere. There is some disagreement as to when and who invented the bra. Mary Phelps Jacob held the first patent, Feb 12, 1914, which contained the French word "brassiere". Her invention was backless and held in place with straps that wrapped around the body and tied in the front. It was designed to be worn with backless evening gowns, hiding the top of the corset in front. However, earlier, in Jan 10,1876, a patent was lodged by Olivia P.Flynt, claiming to be "specially designed as a bust support and improver".
Underpants. Aka undies, smalls, panties (U.S.), knickers (U.K.), bloomers, briefs, gorgeous gussies, and scanties. Until the 1940's the only purpose of the "bloomers" was to protect and keep the outer garments clean. They were not sexy or attractive and were designed only to be functional. Until the 1950's underpants covered parts of the thigh. When the thigh covering disappeared, the US term of the "panty" was created. However these were large, baggy, unattractive and white. Think "granny panties". Gradually, the panty became more colourful and smaller, with string panties emerging in the 1960's. Panties became an icon of sexuality once manufacturers started to use satin, lace and silk.
Peignoir. A floor length night gown. They are usually made of chiffon and are sheer. Although they are usually sold with matching knickers, they are often worn without. This is the perfect intimate lingerie for the girl who is self conscious about her legs.
Stockings and Garter Belts. The ultimate indicator for a guy that this is going to be a hot date! A tantalising glimpse of these and he will be putty in a girl's hand. The quick and easy access to the genital area seems to promise sexual spontaneity. The most popular color for the garter belt is red or black. While stockings come in all colors and designs, the two most desirable styles are the back seamed and the fishnet, both in black. Hot sexy lingerie at its most effective.
Teddy. A camisole and knickers all in one, usually with snap fasteners at the crotch. These can be tricky to purchase in the correct size due to body length differences. Unless it is made of stretch lace, this is one item that should be tried on before purchasing. Often perceived to be fine or luxury lingerie, especially when made in silk.
Where to purchase adult lingerie.
In this day and age, there is no need to be embarrassed about being spotted in the adult shop. Most department stores have a range of tame sensual lingerie. Lingerie boutiques have whole racks devoted to sexy lingerie. For the shyer folk, there are lingerie catalogues and numerous online sites where you can peruse to your hearts content. The mail order and website companies normally send your items in plain unmarked boxes.
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Lingerie - Making You Feel Sexy When You Wear Them
Most women flirt with the idea of wearing sexy lingerie once in a while, either to spice up a night with your special someone or to add some flavor to your wardrobe. Whatever a woman's reason is in buying lingerie, the most important thing every woman should remember is that you should feel comfortable in what you are wearing and at the same time feel and look gorgeous and wonderful.
Like with other dresses, not everyone will look great in the same piece of lingerie. The key in choosing the style that best fits you is to accentuate your best features. Here's the scoop on how to find the best style for your body type.
The best style of lingerie for you is those that show off more of your legs and your lower body to take away the emphasis on your breast size and upper body. You can also wear stockings and garters to accentuate your legs. To create an illusion of bigger breast, you should wear an underwire bra with a demi cup to help lift up your cleavage while still making them look natural at the same time.
If your curves are a bit more shy and don't show them self, the best way for you to enhance your silhouette is to wear some bold colors and patterns to give more shape to your figure. Babydolls with lace and ruffles will definitely touch up those curves. One thing you should remember is to not wear lingerie too loose or you may lose the figures you covet.
Petite women should find a style of lingerie that shows more of your legs to give you a vertical boost. Showing more of your lower body, legs in particular, will add an illusion that you are at least an inch taller. Chemises and empire-cut negligee that sits just above your knees will be perfect for a petite figure. Avoid long nightgowns because they will make you look shorter than you really are.
Why Teddies Are Still One Of The Most Popular Types Of Lingerie
Even with the immense popularity of intimate apparel, there are still a lot of women out there who are not comfortable with wearing it. Whether you don't feel comfortable enough with your partner to introduce intimate apparel or you aren't comfortable enough with yourself, there is an air of intimidation to it for some. More often than not, however, it is self image that pushes women away from intimate apparel.
Usually it is self esteem that makes it most difficult to introduce such items into a relationship. Don't fret about it, however. Intimate apparel is meant to be special and different. Introduce it so you can enjoy it, not because you feel like you should.
When you know the time is arriving for the introduction of intimate apparel from your top dresser drawer or closet, there are some things you can do to be ready. For one, have your special item ready so that, when that time comes and the moment strikes, you are prepared. Shop around at retail locations and speak with sales associates to get an idea of what is right for you.
Another way of preparing for intimate apparel use in your love life is to keep it varied. When you buy your items don't just buy one style or fabric. Give yourself a chance to try different types and see how they make you feel.
A third way to bring in intimate apparel is to go slowly. Maybe at first, the extent of your introduction could be a sexy bra and panty set. Next, you could try a sensuous nightgown or teddy. Give yourself time to adjust before moving on to "sexier" styles.
Yet a fourth way you can take action is to find a reason to bring in intimate apparel. Remember that you don't have to wait for a birthday or Valentines Day to wear this type of sleepwear. Wearing it on a Thursday night can make that night special. Don't wait for a special occasion to bring out the intimate apparel, let it create a special occasion.
Lastly, communicate with your partner about how each of you feel about the subject. Ask him what types of lingerie he would like to see you wear. Then, in turn, listen to your partner, and find styles that will stimulate him. If he is stimulated, you will be too.
No matter what, though, the thought of intimate apparel goes a long way. That is, just by wearing or offering to buy the lingerie your partner likes to see, you are sending a message. With your actions you are telling your partner that you care about the physical needs and desires in your relationship. The intimate apparel, then, is a symbol of that desire and caring. So even if that first night it doesn't work out exactly how you had hoped, you will still have made an impression on your partner.
No matter what your size, shape, or color, intimate apparel can be a valuable part of your life if you let it. Sensuous lingerie can take your love life to new places, and at the same time, help you to overcome self-image and esteem problems by allowing you to allow yourself to look and feel sexy. Intimate apparel is not just about lust, but also very much about romance. By taking chances with this and other aspects of your relationship you can strengthen it. This strength comes merely from the gesture that intimate apparel and other things represent. It is about romance, and romance is about gestures.