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A woman’s guide to lingerie Styles

As far as lingerie is concerned, your awareness stretches out about to the extent the bras and underwear you wear on the regular.  Have you considered babydolls, bodysuits and bustiers to be on in your wardrobe this year? Although, there are many more options to choose from but figuring out what to wear and when to wear is quite a knacker you. Let’s find out some of the most popular lingerie pieces.

Babydoll –

This cute little night piece is just about as long to cover derriere. It comes with an empire waist, a perfectly fit and flared skirt, the babydoll draws attention even from a mile away. Not to mention, it gives your bust a perfect boost.  Babydoll has feminine details such as ruffles, bows,ribbons which adorn this piece. Babydoll comes in plenty of options ranging from fabrics, sheer mesh and silk to chiffon and cotton. These are perfect for a gift which could flatter anyone

Chemise -

Not to be confused with babydoll, Chemise nightie is a bit more upright. It fits more accurately near the hips and also has longer fall. Chemise is preferably worn to the bed, couching around the house. Chemise has a wide range of variety when it comes to style such as opaque to sultry, sheer ones.

Slip -

Slips are usually for under dresses or skirts as to give a rather smoother look. The slip is often cited as one of the most practical lingerie on this age. Their style can vary in length, material, but best believe they provide a better overall fit to your body.

Bustier -

At the top, this piece looks precisely like an underwire bra, yet a bustier broadens down the midriff, offering some smoothing and better shaping. A Bustier is often mixed with a corset, but differ as they have less boning (If any), less waist grip and feature adjustable detachable straps.

Teddy -                                             

This garment works as a perfect match of a camisole and panties in one. Teddies are skin-tight, but also come in loose-fitting. Teddies could be unlined or lined and may have underwire or unstructured cups.  It can be worn as a sleep time dress and also can be worn under a dress (depending on the cut of the dress).

Now do you feel more confident about your lingerie collection? Be sure to pick out some new pieces to heat up your lingerie collection.