Are you looking to buy something sexy for the lady in your life and you’re stumped? Here’s a few tips guaranteed to make you both happy. Not all women feel comfortable with baring her bottom in a sexy thong. It’s best to be careful and put some thought into what body parts she feels most comfortable about and choose lingerie to complement her particular body part. A few pointers:Show off nice legs in something short like a baby doll or short chemise. Play up good cleavage with a halter or bustier style. Display toned arms with a camisole. Think-Pure Flattery-Have fun and Be confident
Lingerie is a way for women to be seductive, feminine and pretty, so if you think she’ll look great in something, that’s a good enough reason to get if for her.
Be confident in your own tastes.When women buy lingerie for themselves, they tend to lean to the practical side, not necessarily buying things that are frilly or extravagant so it may not be a bad thing to buy her something a bit more fancy that what she usually buys for herself. Help by getting her in touch with her inner child by choosing fun prints like cherries or clouds. Or appeal to her wilder side: animal prints, lace or bold colors like red are perfect. Unless you have a very close relationship with the woman, avoid giving lingerie items that are extremely risque or things that are in bad taste
Lingerie Fashion Styles
Chemise – A straight gown that skims the body. Negligee – A loose, usually sheer, gown. Peignoir set – Negligee that includes a matching sheer robe. Babydoll – A short gown that fits around the bust, flares toward hemline. Pajamas – Pants and top, originally styled after men’s pjs. Bustier – A usually strapless elongated bra that provides extra lift to the breasts. Camisole – A sleeveless top that can be paired with matching undies or worn under a jacket for work. Teddy – A one-piece style, similar to a bodysuit. Tap pants – Soft, very short version of boxing shorts. Thong – Provides coverage in the front of the panty with a thin strap in the back.
Picking the Right Colors
Pick a color that you think would look good on her, if you Don’t know her color preferences. In general, remember black, red and white (or off-white) look good on almost everyone Blondes look great in pastels, and brunettes can carry off stronger colors like purple and emerald green. Redheads do best with greens, blues and earthy tones.
The Soft touch-Fabrics
If you like the feel of the garment, chances are she’ll like wearing it. Velvet, silk and satin have lots of tactile appeal. If you’re buying online, play it safe and stick with fabrics that you already know what they feel like.
Figuring out her personal style-What does she like?
To choose, men should have some idea of his partner’s tastes and lifestyle, not just in lingerie but in general Before you buy anything, think of her favorite outfits and her personality and try to assign a category to them, is she spunky, sophisticated, feminine, athletic? How about flirty,romantic, or cozy. There are basically four types of merchandise in a lingerie store, pajamas which can range anywhere from silk and satin to cotton and flannel, bras and panties, robes and sexy nightwear like baby dolls and bustiers, nightgowns, negligees, peignoirs, slips. Also keep in mind, things like pjs and robes are more forgiving with sizes, you’re more likely to get a pajama size right than a bra size, and robes are usually one size fits all!
Sizes- Do it Right
The best way to find her correct size is to ask. You can also check out the size of her regular clothing to help you correctly choose a size of lingerie she might fit into. If all else fails you Don’t know her bra size, try heading for familiar territory in chemises, robes, and nightgowns, where everything is sized in S-M-L. There’s usually a fantastic variety of styles for every woman in these pieces, and you can be confident that size won’ be an issue. As a last resort you can guess (tricky territory — Lingerie.com even promotes the amusing “fruit comparison” method for finding cup size.)
Presentation- Wrapping it up
Don’t forget to wrap the lingerie (or have it professionally wrapped) with beautiful paper and a lots of lush tissue paper. You can get creative and combined with related items, like a book of poetry, a bottle of champagne or great-smelling body products and candle. Lastly, always remember it’s the thought that counts. If you really love something and think, it’ll look great on her you can’t go wrong, Remember, If a gift is bought and given with love it willalways be appreciated.