Fashion designers are taking cues from popular culture to create some of the most stunning, sexy lingerie you have ever seen. The future of sexy lingerie offers a lot to be excited about. Here are a few seductive new turns the world of lingerie is about to take. Read the rest of this entry »
Modern day designers have come up with fashionable clothing suitable for women of all body sizes. These designs are of different colors and sizes making it possible for any woman to choose nice fitting lingerie. However, it is important to have some knowledge before going to the market to do your shopping. This will ensure that the lingerie you choose is not a mistake. Read the rest of this entry »
There’s a fine line between sexy lingerie and slutty bedroom attire, but how do you know where to draw the line? What’s the difference between something that will turn your man on and something that will turn him off?
When it comes to dressing for success in the bedroom, all you have to remember is the 5 C’s: Read the rest of this entry »
Over the years, women’s shapewear has been both a friend and an enemy of the female sex. These garments tend to create a sort of love hate relationship for those who wear them. However, the changes that have been made to improve body shapers make this type of apparel more universally friendly. Most people still contrive up image of girdles and corsets that have 20 different strings and only manage to make you appear thinner by squeezing all of the air out of your body. This horrific image can now be replaced with the much more comfortable and versatile garments that make up today’s shapewear.
The first major improvement to shapewear is the fabric used and the slimming method used. The brand of shapewear determines exactly what materials are used but microfiber technology and lycra are popular fabrics. Modern shapewear is designed to fit to your body instead of squeezing your body into a tiny confined shape. The technology of these body shapers is also made to repel moisture so you stay cool and dry all day long.
Now that the makers of this type of clothing seem to have mastered a technique that delivers a slim look without too much discomfort, we’re seeing the category expand into many other clothing markets. Shapewear is no longer just an undergarment. Body shaper swimwear has become incredibly popular in the last few years. You can find slimming swimsuits in many styles and designs. High-waisted bathing suit bottoms have recently made a comeback, which makes the high-waisted slimming style of shapewear swimsuits even more fitting. The technology in these suits helps to slim your stomach and define your waist, without ever hinting that it’s actually a type of body shaper.
Another expansion of women’s body shapers has come in the active wear department. Many women feel self-conscious about their bodies in the tighter fit of gym clothes. Yoga pants, compression shorts and other style of workout pants use special design technology to tame your thighs and smooth your hips. You can also find camis and racerback tops with tummy slimming design and built in bras to smooth your chest and back area.
Recently we’ve also begun to see the emergence of regular day ware with body shaper technology. Slacks, skirts, dresses and tops can be found with shapewear features. You don’t have to sacrifice style either, as these garments follow the latest trends while keeping you looking slim and sexy. This option also removes the need to wear an additional garment underneath to reap the benefits of womens shapewear.
Women have been wearing bras for centuries, but the reason for bras has been ever changing. Starting out as a necessity, uncomfortable wear-age like the corset was so restricting that you could barely breathe. Moving into later periods of time, the bra became necessary (and I use that word loosely) for size. Women wanted bigger and better- especially when being compared to their female friends. Hence the “size” revolution. Later on, bras became more of a fashion statement. No one TRULY cared about function. As long as it held up the girls, the crazier and wilder it looked, the better. Read the rest of this entry »
I was recently having a casual conversation and was absent-mindedly swinging around a knit hat when the guy I was talking to gave me an incredulous look and asked: “are you swinging around your intimates?!” This got me thinking: if a magenta knit hat can pass off as intimates, Toronto really needs some major improvements in the lingerie shopping department. Although it’s a bit of a hike, New York City has THE best lingerie store on this side of the pond, Kiki De Montparnasse. Named after Man Ray’s mistress, the shop is slightly pretentious, shamelessly kinky, super sexy and tremendously luxurious. Read the rest of this entry »