The only thing we can wear and men can’t is lingerie. Beautiful lace or a sexy push up, when it comes to lingerie it’s just all about us. During the years I have had many bra’s and learned a lot. Here are 6 lingerie lessons for every woman.
I used to buy my basic bra’s at Primark or H&M because I didn’t want to invest in a good one. WRONG! Cheaper bra’s are most of the time not so comfortable which results in that you never wear them. Lately I invested in a good nude bra and I can’t stop wearing it. Worth every penny!
When I listen to my boyfriend he want me to wear 1. nothing or 2. just something plain. Yeah right.. I love lingerie and I am not going to change that because he doesn’t. That’s why there is one rule; wear it for yourself. Of course you can listen to his preferences, but if you want to wear red and lace than go for it!
Like I already said; cheaper bra’s almost never fit well. I had this period where I went crazy at H&M and Primark, but these bra’s are not comfortable and die fast. Over the years I learned to save my money for nice – often more expensive – lingerie set instead. Now a little tip; definitely check the sale. It’s of course much more fun if you can get your Marie Jo with 30-50% off ;-).
I used to buy one bra with one pair of briefs, how stupid. Since you wear your panties just one time and a bra most of the time more often before you wash it, you can never wear your set again. I can tell you, this always happens when you need it – if you know what I mean. So if you find a bra you are really really happy with, get yourself a few thongs, briefs or shorts. If you wait you will probably not find the same one later.
Lingerie is beautiful, so why hide it? And with this I don’t mean you should go to every men showing what you are wearing underneath your clothes, but just a simple touch of lace with you see through your top or blouse. Or think about a lace dress with some lingerie underneath that you can still see. So hot!
Did you know that 70% of the woman are wearing the wrong size bra? Big chance that you are wearing a wrong size as well. I always thought I had a smaller cup and bigger size, but after a professional fitting (which are always free) I learned I had the opposite. Don’t let sizes scare you. I now wear a D and I can tell you that I don’t feel like having a D. It’s just the cup that fits the best.