Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and for those of you who are seeing someone or are in a committed relationship, you may be thinking about slipping into something sexy for your significant other. But what style is best for your body shape? Good question. For those of you who are absolutely clueless about lingerie, there are different styles which are meant to highlight or cover various body parts which will definitely arose your partner.
For those of you who don’t have a partner to model sexy lingerie for, you could just do what Mariah Carey does and walk around your place wearing your favorite piece of lingerie – if Mimi could do it, why not you?
There are 3 main types of lingerie; the teddy, the chemise, and the bodysuit.
The teddy usually does a good job of sucking in any belly fat and elongating your legs. The chemise is great for showcasing your breast – especially if they are perky and not too big. The bodysuit is very much like the teddy, it can be very skimming or very skimpy. Which ever way you decide to go is completely up to you.
Google helped me define each type of lingerie in greater detail, and to help you visualize each type and maybe even inspire you, you can visit www.barenecessities.com to find all the styles below just follow the links.
As always, all of the suggested styles highlight the back very nicely.
A teddy, also called a camiknicker, is a garment which 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 more sheer. The garment is put on by stepping into the leg holes and pulling the garment up to cover the torso.
Most commonly the term refers to a loose-fitting, sleeveless undergarment or type of lingerie which is unfitted at the waist. … As lingerie, a chemise is similar to a babydoll, which is also a short, loose-fitting, sleeveless garment. Typically, though, babydolls are looser fitting at the hips.
A bodysuit or shorthand body is a one-piece form-fitting garment that covers the torso and the crotch. … They may also be worn generally by women as underwear, activewear, or foundation garments. Unlike a leotard, a bodysuit is not usually considered a form of athletic wear.