Different types of Lingerie


The same as underwear, lingerie also has different designs and capabilities, which of course can increase your look by making amazon use of mossy oak bralette.

- Brassiere / Bra

This kind of lingerie is easily the most 'familiar' because it is employed on a daily basis to guard and assistance the breast as well. This bra alone has divided yet again into various kinds that happen to be distinguished according to their function.

- Thongs & G-Strings

Not just a pair of underwear, its 'minimalist' cutting, and thin material can make the wearer look sexy. This sort of lingerie can be used when wearing clothes which are very tight or thin so that the line of underwear is not visible.

- Teddy

Such a lingerie looks like a combination of camisole and panty in one piece 'packaging'. Usually made from silk or sheer.

- Babydoll

Sleepwear that generally has a length above the knee, intersecting empire line, with a flowy bottom. This lingerie is sexy and sweet at the same time.

- Bustier

Sexy strapless bra along the waist with a support/bone in the chest area to 'lift' the breast to make it look more 'fuller', and form a cleavage.

- Camisole

It has a cutting that is similar to a tank-top, but looser. Not only comfortable to sleep on, but the camisole can also even be combined as an inner for a blazer or loose shirt with buttons left open.

- Peignoir

This long, leg-length gown that is usually made of silk will give the wearer a sophisticated look. Usually worn with supermini clothes, or even without underwear.

- Chemise

A knee-length or over-knee dress, with adjustable spaghetti straps, and made from soft silk. At first glance similar to babydoll, it's just that chemise has a tighter cutting to hug the body.

Night Gown / Nightie

This may be the simplest form of lingerie. Made as comfortable as possible to sleep, has a variety of styles with different materials - silk, satin, or nylon - and has a length ranging from the extent of the hips to sweep the floor, but generally knee-length.

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