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uying lingerie can be a scary
prospect for some women. Skimpy
may often equal sexy, and this can
lead to thoughts of body issues. That's
certainly not sexy!
The first thing to remember is that no
matter your body type, never buy anything
that accentuates your problem areas. If
you have issues with your stomach, try to
find a piece of lingerie that is less tight and
more flowing in this area. If you like your
chest, choose something that is tighter
and offers more cleavage, making that the
focus of the outfit.
If you are worried about your weight,
choose darker colours because they have a
more slimming effect. (They also can be
used to promote that “bad girl" image that
many men find sexy, so choosing black or a
dark colour could have a twofold benefit
The goal: You want your lover's eyes to
drift to your sexiest areas... not the ones
you are uncomfortable with.
Not all lingerie in every fabric is going to
look good on every woman. (If that were
the case, there would not be so many
types on the market!) So here's a guide to
choosing the most flattering lingerie for
If you are tall, you are going to look best
in the traditional bra, panties, and garter
belt look (shown above). This will show off
your long legs, and offer a classic beauty
that most men find incredibly sexy. If you
are going shopping, look for sets that con-
tain all of the items mentioned above to
save some money and forgo the hassle of
trying to put a new outfit together by
matching separate pieces.
Boy shorts are made for you! This is
actually the case for most women who
have a nice butt -- regardless of their ath-
letic prowess. These are hot because you
can go topless and have your man begging
for your attention, or you can opt for more
of a tease and add anything from a bra to
a slinky robe that only shows off your
shorts when you are ready.
Go with something that has a long slit
along the leg. This slit, whether it is on a
long, silky gown or some other form of lin-
gerie, will cause your lover's eyes to roam
up the slit and will make you seem much
taller than you are.
If you are full-figured or overweight, you
have many of the same options as women
who wear smaller sizes. Many women,
especially those with a bigger chest, prefer
corsets because this gives them a chance
to show off their chest and to make some
curves when the corset sucks in the waist,
giving you that voluptuous look.
Teddys and one piece negligee sets also
work well. Go with dark, rich colours that
work well with your skin tone for an added
It should fit snugly around. You ought
to be able to fit one or two fingers
under the band comfortably. If you are
pulling down the back strap or pulling
up on the shoulder straps throughout
the day, then the band size (the #
part of your bra size) is too big.
If you are wearing an underwire bra,
the wire that comes up between the
breasts should lay flat (or as close as
possible) to your breast bone. If you
are wearing a bra with no underwire,
you should have two separate
breasts, not just a "one big boob".
If the bra is a soft cup bra, you should-
n't have any extra, gapping fabric. If
the bra is a molded cup you shouldn't
have any extra room in the cup. Your
breast should completely fill the cup.
If it is gapping and the band feels fine,
then go down in the cup size.
You don't want to be spilling out of
the cup - not from the top, bottom or
sides. If the band feels fine then go up
a cup size.
If you raise your arms up (do this a
few times), the bra should stay
against your body, not lifting up or off.
If this happens try a few things;
a. adjust the shoulder straps by loos-
b. Pay attention to the band. Is it too
tight? Or too loose? Or just right?
c. If the band is just right, and adjust-
ing the shoulder straps didn't work,
then go up a cup size.
If you have a small frame or are
petite, and you find a bra that fits the
band, and you don't quite fill the cup
and you have already tried the next
cup size down and it's still not quite
right - OR if you have the “right" size,
the band fits and you fill the cup, but
the wire is poking your underarms,
then try a Demi bra. A Demi style bra
is different from a full coverage bra.
The Demi has less wire, by about an
inch or more.
Try on different styles of bras. Every
style fits and fills different and can
“shape" your breast differently.
If your bra fits correctly, it should NOT
be painful or uncomfortable to wear.
FLAMING HOT: Turn up the heat with a
red, lightweight fabric in a playful,
SIMPLE AND SWEET: Get the
engine going with a cute, red
camisole he'll love
appeal with this
satin and lace
BLACK BEAUTY: Pull out a lit-
tle black teaser for hours of
off what you've
got in an alluring
suit he has
PINK PASSION: Wear this
little number for a hands on
NAUGHTY AND NICE: He'll agree
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