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Sexy Lingerie

Lingerie feels like a second skin. Ever so delicately, the fabric wraps itself around your body. You relish how its straps accentuate your curvaceous hips and breasts. It rustles against your bare torso, leaving you breathless as it gives you a heady rush of desire— What do you want? Make your own story below!

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Sexy Lingerie

The types of sexy lingerie to try on before your birthday suit

These undergarments are so good you’ll want to take them off later.

Not feeling sexy lately? Wearing lingerie instead of your usual pajamas can help you see your body in a new light—teasing, ravishing, empowering. They’re designed for your comfort and confidence more than anything else.

Time to be head over heels in self-love, ladies! Make a bold statement through these exciting pieces, if you dare:

  • Babydoll. A loose-fitting nightgown with a soft bralette and dainty skirt extending until the waist or thigh. Perfect for giving small breasts some more loving.
  • Bodysuit. The skin-tight option that covers the torso and limbs. Draws special attention to shapely hourglass figures.
  • Camisole. A decoratively trimmed lingerie top, usually made out of light materials like silk or satin. Also characterized by its spaghetti straps.
  • Corset. Classic shapewear that slightly supports the breasts and cinches the waist. Try not to pick one that feels too stiff or painful especially when moving.
  • Garter belt. Though this used to hold up shorter stockings for women, it’s now just more of a provocative accessory alluding to power and dominance. 
  • Hosiery. Lingerie legwear, including stockings, socks, and tights. Elaborate patterns can make your legs look longer and more attractive.
  • Robe. Is your negligée meant to be a delightful surprise? Top your outfit with a kimono to make your sleepwear look all the more exotic.
  • Teddy. Imagine a tight camisole and panties together, and you get a teddy. This one-piece can also be styled with a plunging neckline if you’re up for it.
  • Thong. Want to do more with less? Here’s some thinly shaped underwear designed to show off your rounded backside.

Whether you’re buying just one piece or building your wardrobe, NOTI is here to help you find the self-empowerment you need.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Why should I try wearing lingerie in the bedroom?

Lingerie is a luxurious piece of undergarment that seeks to empower its wearer. You don’t even have to be in a relationship to own one! Exploring the lingerie that makes you feel good about your own body will give you the self-love you deserve.

What if I’m not sexy enough to wear lingerie?

Don’t feel disheartened at all! No woman is ever not hot or sexy enough to deserve a saucy piece of lingerie. Even though you don’t have the much-coveted hourglass figure, there are still many forms and cuts out there meant for other body types.

Would wearing lingerie make it seem like I’m trying too hard?

Taking control of your own sexuality should never seem like a crime. It’s a woman’s right to close the pleasure gap between her and her partner by doing whatever makes her feel more confident about herself. If that means wearing lingerie, why not?

What should I do if the lingerie fabric or straps feel uncomfortable?

If the straps keep falling off or the fabric feels too tight or too loose in a lot of areas, then the lingerie is probably not your size. It’s best to ask for a size smaller or bigger, whichever is appropriate. Wearing lingerie should always be a comfortable experience for women!

What’s the best way to wash my lingerie?

Lingerie is often made and trimmed with the most delicate fabrics, such as lace, satin, and silk. This means that it’s probably best not to chuck it into the washing machine after use. Handwashing is still your best bet for all your negligée.

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