You have made the important decision to try a new, confident and sexy, you!
You might be wondering, "Okay, what now? Where do I begin? Why should I lingerie? Female massager... How?"
To answer a few of those questions, we have some answers in this section.
“Lingerie is not about seducing men, it’s about embracing womanhood.” – Dita von Teese.
Why wear sexy lingerie, how does it help?
Wearing Something Sexy Will Make You Feel Sexy
Feeling sexy can boost your confidence and with confidence comes success in all aspects of your life.
You will be able to find a form of self-love and assurance with the way you feel and the way you carry yourself.
Sexy lingerie is an easy, inconspicuous way of adding confidence. Open up and allow your inner goddess to shine through.
Gorgeous Lingerie Can Put You In Touch With Your Sensuality
The touch of Satin, the feel of Silk and the sight of Sheer… they’re all reminders that you are a sensual being with erotic potential.
Simply wearing it around the house, while lounging or doing laundry or cooking tonight’s dinner. It’s so easy to lapse into feeling asexual when you’re not in a relationship. Sexy lingerie is a way of keeping those embers warm.
You Might Never Know
Today might be the day… not for the love of your life, necessarily, but for a pleasant flirtation or romp between the sheets.
Do you really want to have your stretched out floral cotton undies on when that happens? Whatever you’re wearing underneath should be at least as nice as what you’re wearing on top. I’m not saying you have to bust out the fringed g-string and vinyl bustier for a quiet evening at home. It’s simply okay to splurge on yourself for some “Me Time” and self-love.
Lingerie Comes In Many Designs, What Types Are There & Whats The Difference?
The process of choosing the ideal pieces of lingerie starts with your own preferences!
Here are a few types of Lingerie:
Teddy: A Teddy covers the torso and crotch in the one garment. It is a similar style of garment to a one-piece swimsuit or bodysuit, but is typically looser and sheer.
Babydoll: A babydoll is a short, sometimes sleeveless, loose-fitting nightgown or negligee intended as nightwear for women.
Bathrobe: A luscious dressing gown or morning gown, a loose-fitting outer garment that is tied at the waist.
Garter: The garter belt is used to hold up stockings and also seen in the world as a sensual form of erotica.
Camisole: A Camisole is a fitting sleeveless undergarment which covers the top part of the body that extends to the waist or sometime cropped to expose the midriff.
Chemise: A Chemise like the Camisole is a fitting undergarment that covers the top part of the body bit in this case, extends below the buttocks.
Steps To Measure Your Bra Size Accurately At Home:
Step 1: Determine Your Band Size
Make sure to wear a lightly-lined or unpadded bra before measuring your band size. Take out a measuring tape and wrap it snugly across your back, keeping it parallel to the ground, and measure directly under your bust. Round down to the nearest even number and note your band size.
Step 2: Take Your Bust Measurement
Keep the measuring tape around your back at band level and measure across the fullest part of your chest, making sure to hold the measuring tape snugly against you and parallel to the ground. Take a few deep breaths to let the tape rest on its most comfortable position (but not too loose!). If it falls on the half-inch, just round up. That’s your bust size!
Step 3: Calculate Your Cup Size
Determining cup size is where things can get tricky because cup sizes can vary depending on the maker. The most common way to calculate your cup size is by subtracting your band size from your bust size and using the difference to find your cup size according to a bra size chart.
Bra Size Chart
It’s not uncommon to have different sized bras from one brand to another. That discrepancy happens because different bra sizes often have similar measurements with slight variations in cup and band sizes. So, let’s get down to the nitty-gritty of your bra size. Start with your current bra size and use the chart below to help refine your bra size estimation and fit.
To ensure your new lingerie is kept in tip-top shape for a longer period, here are a few pointers on Do's and Don'ts For Lingerie Maintenance.
- Light and dark lingerie should be washed separately to prevent color staining
- Hand Washing the Lingerie with lukewarm water is recommended
- Apply alcohol free detergents when washing
- Do not spin dry the lingerie, hang drying the Lingerie for optimal maintenance
- It is suggested that the Lingerie should avoid long periods of exposure to sunlight