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Lingerie is intimate apparel that is meant to be worn under a woman’s clothing, or in the privacy of her bedroom. If you agree with this statement then please read on because lingerie is no longer just for the bedroom or under a skirt or blouse. It has historically been worn as a foundation that distorted a woman’s form to conform to the style of the day. Corsets, waist cinchers, and similar garments were to make a woman’s body appear to have a slender waist, hourglass figure, or the appearance of smaller breasts or whatever the style was of the day. Panties were worn for the sake of modesty, but primarily for sanitary purposes. After all, preventing one from soiling a garment was one of the primary purposes of underpants or panties. Through the 19th and early 20th century, lingerie was meant to be worn as an unmentionable, under the skirts or blouses of women, and certainly out of view of others.

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Styles began to change in the early 20th century with the invention of the bra, such as it was, and women’s needs also changed with more women entering the work force during the first and second world wars. Lingerie changed along with the women that wore bras, panties and hosiery. Fabrics were invented that allowed garments to stretch and give, with comfort being more and more important, and the idea of women with freakish waists became viewed as virtually ancient.

Now, sexy lingerie styles are worn as Halloween Costumes, outer wear, dresses and with jeans.

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I hate looking at lingerie ads. Oh, the lingerie is not the problem. The models are. What woman who lives a real life has a body like that? I don't! If you are like me, it is important to know there is lingerie for women with real bodies like us girls.

It wasn't long ago that women who were not size one were pretty much out of luck when it comes to lingerie. The choices basically boiled down to industrial bras similar to something Madonna wears in her concerts and big, formless and definitely unsexy panties. Fortunately, this grim assessment no longer applies today.

Lingerie designers have awoken and realized that there is a bit section of the market that does not find a g-string the size of tooth floss to be an option. This has led to an explosion in options for us women with real bodies. When I say explosion, I mean it. Every single form of lingerie now comes in a size for real bodied women in addition to all those malnourished super models we see in the magazines. How is that for progress?

Waif-like super models are great and all when it comes to fashion, but we real women need something more realistic for us. Fortunately, there are plenty of options available for us today.

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The sixties is always thought of as the era of the mini-skirt and associated swinging designs. But it didn't start out like that. It all started in London, where I was living at the time. We'd just got through the '50s, which was still an age of austerity in England and much of Europe.

Not a mini-skirt in sight when I finished my compulsory service in the Royal Air Force in 1962. Skirts were well below the knee, and the glimpse of a petticoat showing below it was very much to be deplored.

The USA was even more conservative, although there was much talk of 'Swinging London' when I visited in '66. A couple of years earlier, a Swiss colleague had been asked to leave a restaurant in New York because he had a beard. If you watch a '60s TV show such as "Get Smart" notice how the villains have foreign accents, and wear beards!

The designers had a field day, or several years of them. Now it was quite possible that underwear, panties or knickers, would be glimpsed, if not displayed, so they had to be redesigned and given an endless array of colours and patterns.

At the other end of the body the once heavily disguised, or embarrassingly peeked bra strap and now part of the decoration, along with two or three more sets of straps. Women's Bras became a subject that men could mention with only a little embarrassment. A Plus Size Bra was still in the future.

So began a long era of new designs and different approaches, though we are condemned to see them being re-invented every few years.

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