Women’s sexy lingerie lace

Lingerie as a term was first used in reference to underwear and bras in era of 1922.The concept of lingerie are a visually appealing undergarment that was developed during the late nineteenth century, which gradually became the sexy lingerie. Lady Duff-Gordon of Lucile was a pioneer in developing lingerie that led women enjoys freedom from limited corsets. Through the first half of the 20th century, women wore underwear for three primary reasons: to alter their outward shape, the very first with corsets and later with girdles or brassieres, for hygienic reasons and for modesty. Before the invention of crinoline, women's underwear was used to large and bulky in size; there were no sexy lingerie lace as known today.

Corsets became smaller, less bulky and more constricting and were gradually usurped by the brassiere, first original in the 20th century by Mary Phelps Jacob. Manufacturers started to make lighter and more breathable fabrics. In 1935 brassieres were updated with padded cups to flatter small breasts and three years later underwire bras were introduced that gave a protruding bust line. The fashion of girdles also appeared to be in demand then.

Most common types of sexy lingerie includes following:

  • Body stocking: Body stockings may be worn over the torso, or they may be worn over the thighs and abdomen.
  • Corset: it is worn to frame and shape the torso. This effect is typically achieved through boning.
  • G-stringor thong: it is a type of panty, characterized by a narrow piece of cloth that passes between the buttocks and is attached to ensemble around the hips. It might be worn as a bikini bottom too.
  • Nightshirt: it is a shirt worn to have a comfortable sleep. It is usually longer and looser than the average T-shirt, and it is typically made of softer material.
  • Camisole: it is piece of sleeveless lace up that covers the top part of the body. Camisoles are stereotypically made from light materials and feature thin spaghetti style straps.
  • Baby doll:it is a short nightgown, or kimono, intended as nightwear for women. It is often worn with panties.
  • Brassiere:it is more frequently called a bra, a close-fitting garment that is worn to help lift and support a woman’s breasts.
  • Bustier:it is form of a fitting garment used to push up the bust and shape the waist.

Today sexy lingerie lace has been the hottest item for women, not only to make them feel more comfortable but also to impress  and enlighten their sex life.