Panties, Lingerie, Basics and Accessories
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Shop from a huge selection of panties, lingerie, basics, and accessories that work for everyday use as well as for special occasions. Our lingerie comes in all sorts of bodysuits, bodystockings, negligees, and babydolls with various material options like fishnet, lace, and vintage looks. We have every sort of lingerie that you may need for that special night. We also have both basic and sensual panties, bras, and other accessories. Many of these items come in practical sets so you are sure everything matches and fits perfectly. Our special shapewear category includes many products that will help shape up and smooth out trouble areas like the hips, thighs and stomach, as well as revealing no seams.
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When was lingerie invented?
Interestingly, the word lingerie comes from the French word, linge, which refers to all linens and undergarments for both men and women. In English, the word has always had a more sensual connotation. Lingerie developed during the latter half of the 19th century as a response to extremely restrictive corsets. During the early 1900s women wore lingerie more for hygienic reasons, but after WWI began, many women needed to work outside the home, thus requiring more practical clothing. Lingerie wasn't glamorized until the 1960s and over time developed into the fashionable outfits that we know of today.
How do you eliminate panty lines?
There are many ways to eliminate panty lines. First consider the type of panties you want to wear. The ideal option for no panty lines is a thong, but if those are uncomfortable try seamless boy shorts, or simply buy seamless panties in general. Another option is shapewear because it lets you wear whatever panties you like underneath, it gets rid panty lines, and also gives your torso an uplift. Tights also work to smoothout panty lines, but opt for seamless tights where you can, since tights need to go underneath another layer. The clothes you wear can eliminate panty lines as well. Of course loose clothing is always an option, but is not almost the most stylish. If you want to wear clingy clothing like leggings, a notorious panty line developer, you can wear a skirt over it or go for the classic look with an oversized sweater or t-shirt. If you'd rather wear skirts, go for a slightly looser style like an A-line skirt vs. a the tightness of a pencil skirt. Thicker fabrics can also help stave off panty lines as well as patterned items.
How do you wash lace and lingerie?
Washing machines can unfortunately create holes easily when it comes delicate items like lace, lingerie, fishnet, undergarments, and accessories. If possible, it is better to wash things by hand in the bathtub or kitchen sink, or minimally on a hand wash setting with no tumble dry afterwards. If you want to wash these intimate items by hand, use warm with with a gentle detergent. Use gentle plunging actions and don't rub soap into the garment. When you're finished, don't hand wring them out, but rather gently press the water out. Dry them on a flat surface out of direct sunlight and avoiding ironing where possible. To avoid discoloration when washing, wash like colors separately.
9 Major Types of Lingerie
Babydoll: a short nightgown/nightie/negligee with flares that goes from anywhere from the upper thigh to the belly button
Teddy: one-piece lingerie that fits like a one-piece swimsuit, covers the torso and crotch areas and is made of delicate, sheer materials
Camisole: a garment that fits like a tight tanktop that covers the top part of the body, sometimes comes with a bra, but can also be without
Chemise: a loose gown without sleeves that goes from somewhere between the mid thigh and knees, and is more tight on the tops than a babydoll
Corset: the original shapewear for the torso and breast areas that creates an hourglass shape, can also be used to emphasize curves
Bustier: looks similar to a corset, but this lingerie creates more cleavage and is typically produced from more flexible materials.
Bodystocking: one-piece lingerie that goes from arms to torso and down the legs
Bodysuit: like a teddy, but more coverage due to thicker fabric, often worn for layering
Brassiere: basically the same as a bra, but must include underwire support