Ladies, Choose the Best Sexy Lingerie for You

October 10, 2016

Lingerie is a surprisingly recent concept. Wearing an undergarment that has more visual appeal, rather than practical use didn’t really emerge until the late 19th century. Over time, corsets became less bulky and much smaller, giving way to the developing desire of women to be less constricted. The first brassiere was patented in the 20th century by Mary Phelps Jacob, but it wasn’t until the 1960s that the style really took off.

The modern day lingerie that we are familiar with first took off when manufactures started glamorizing the brassiere and building a subculture built around a much lighter, sexier and visually appealing type of underclothing. The feminist and hippie movement that coincided with this development held lingerie to be conformist and ultimately artificial, however this movement eventually splintered away and the overall popularity of this type of underwear was slowly returned to mainstream and dominant popularity.

Choosing the best kind of lingerie for you can be a tedious task. You often find yourself overwhelmed with choice when considering which kind of lingerie will works best to your advantage.

Colour choice is probably the best place to start if you’re just after a generic kind of lingerie. Things to consider include your hair colour, eye colour and skin tone. The best of type of lingerie for you will either contrast these elements or emphases them. If you have blonde hair then soften pastels often work nicely. However, bold colours such as bright red compliments blonde hair very nicely. Earthy tones are nice choices for those that have darker hair. Bold and bright patterns also work very well for this hair type.

There is certainly a whole range of different types of lingerie for women to choose from these days, with specific types slipping and out of vogue. For an interesting and quirky woman, choosing some of the more vaudeville and pinup lingerie might be an excellent idea. If you have a particular weakness for vintage clothing, then choosing vintage lingerie will perfectly compliment your clothing. One of the most famous and sexiest pinup bras is the classic bullet bra, which was at the peak of its popularity in the 1950’s.

At the moment some of the most popular lingerie styles and colours consider both the aesthetics and the comfort of the woman wearing them. For bras, women tend to prefer models that fit their bodies the best and sit with the most comfort. Comfort and support are both key elements to consider when selecting a bra. For panties, women tend to select bikini cuts, thongs and g-strings.

Silk still remains the most popular fabric of choice, as it feel the nicest on the skin. Satin is another relatively popular fabric. Satin is similar to silk in terms of the feel it has on skin and the very sexy and appealing way that it looks. Cotton does not have the sex appeal of satin and silk, but is still very popular for more comfortable pieces.

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