So you are looking for the right piece of lingerie to suit your body type! For the last 30 years this has been a worry for many ladies, we have put some thoughts down for you to consider, these are not hard and fast rules but they are a guide so you can make sure you are purchasing the correct piece that suits you best. Thinking about which lingerie already suits you, in terms of your current bra size and your current panty size is a key in purchasing lingerie.
Step 1: Know your body type
Body types aren’t the final word in selecting lingerie. When you evaluate your own body, try not to shove yourself completely into a specific type. You may be a little bit pear-shaped and a little bit lean. You may be petite and busty. You may be plus-sized and muscular. Ultimately, when identifying your body type, consider what you look good in when you’re wearing regular clothes. Do you like a cinched waist? A low-cut top? Tight jeans? Lingerie comes in many styles, and it’s easy to find sexy bedroom outfits that mimic the everyday clothes you wear. It’s all about hugging your body in the right places and letting fabric drape in all the other places.
Step 2: Concentrate on what you want to show off
Focus on the parts of your body you love, when you want to feel sexy and confident. Every woman has insecurities, so don’t beat yourself up over negative feelings about aspects of your physique. Just look for lingerie that accents what you love, and what your partner loves. If he says he loves your butt, don’t second-guess him. Guys don’t see the cellulite and other details that women obsess over. Lingerie also doesn’t have to be ultra-skimpy. Even a long nightgown can be super-sexy if it’s sheer and clingy in the right places. Wear what you feel good in.
Step 3: Choose two ensembles
When you try on lingerie, pay attention to how it feels against your skin and how it makes you feel. Lace and sequins might look good, but if they make you itchy and uncomfortable, what’s the point? You want to feel like a sex goddess, not a dress-up doll. As you narrow down your choices, buy two different lingerie ensembles. Try something fussy and super-sexy, and something a little more casual that you can lounge and sleep in. You never know which will come in handy when you’re ready to show off your sexy lingerie to your partner.
Step 4: Try on lots of options
Wear a G-string when you go shopping for lingerie so that you can leave it on while you try on various options. Try not to shop online if you can help it. At the same time, remember that dressing room lighting is borderline evil and definitely not universally flattering. When you’re getting use out of the lingerie, you’ll probably be in a more forgiving atmosphere and a more excited mood. If you have a really close friend who doesn’t mind seeing you in frilly undergarments, bring her along for a second opinion.
Even though stretch is important, often the other things to think about is to ensure that the underwear or lingerie item provides a firm and supportive structure. This firmness is crucial in the bust area to ensure everything is held in the correct position.
You want to provide the illusion that you are wearing a bra, even though it is actually the Lingerie that is holding you in place.
Also consider when purchasing lingerie for your body type that the length and colour of the item is important. When purchasing a lingerie item with a formed bra, being one that is complete with under wire and padding, it is definitely most appropriate for the item too have more than one colour or pattern. But, if the lingerie does not have a correctly formed bra, then the lingerie should be a single pattern and colour.
The reason for this is that bust area needs to look as though it is fitting correctly. There is nothing worse than to purchase a two colour lingerie item to find that the second colour sits half-way across the bust.
All you have to do is make sure you feel comfortable in your lingerie. It should highlight your best bits and your body and hide those parts that may not be so great.