Every time we see a lingerie ad, it’s a gorgeous woman with a bra or corset telling us to hop along for the erotic and sensual ride whatever underwear she is wearing is bound to take us on. What they forget to mention is the horrific feelings that come with trying on this gate to sensuality. Truth is, very few of us have the proportions on display, and even fewer of us are dressed up by a personal stylist and shot by a professional photographer, both of whom are paid to bring out our brighter sides. Which is why today, I’m here to give you simple tips that make lingerie shopping less overwhelming.
First thing is to understand that you are gorgeous. Yes, you. Just because the bra or thong doesn’t have the same effect on your equally as attractive body, as it did on a model or mannequin doesn’t change that. every time you try on a new item remind yourself of that.
Second, knowledge is power; bra-size calculator. Every few months we buy a new pair of lingerie and find out that it doesn’t quite fit like it should, and don’t understand the reason for that. this could be for several reasons, but more than likely its one of two things, we have changed sizes, or the retailer has. Neither of these is as uncommon as you would think. Before buying any breast centered lingerie, take a tape and measure the width around your chest and back, and the width right below, on your ribcage. Enter this information in a bra-size calculator and voila! You have the most up to date measurement suited for you. *do this with a bra on for a more accurate measurement.
Practicality vs sensuality, while there are a few bras that effectively do both, for people with cup sizes larger than b, they tend to be on the pricier end, or just lacking a little in either department. this is where bralettes come in handy. They are perfect when it comes to styling outfits or even spicing up the bedroom, and due to their softer less or no-metal band construction, they make for easy wearing.
We’ve talked a lot about the upper region, now it’s time to peek down below. A common problem people find in shopping for panties or thongs is in the tightness that follows, not only is it genuinely uncomfortable it also a high risk for UTI’s. An easy way to tackle this is to pay attention to the crotch; its length should be at least the length of your little finger, and the material should always be cotton, this is because cotton is highly breathable which is great for your vagina.
All of these are easy tips to consider next time you go lingerie shopping!