Planning for prom can be equally exciting as prom itself. Just don’t forget one important detail: what goes under your dress. May your evening be magical and fashion-malfunction-free.
Of all the days in the year, Valentine’s Day is the one day we, women, should be wearing our finest lingerie — if only for ourselves. Far too many women feel lingerie is only meant to be for a special occasion or person. Valentine’s Day, a day generally associated with love and couples, only reinforces this idea.
We’ve all seen it: a woman running, arms moving, legs going… and breasts flying erratically in every direction. Ouch! While it’s easy to assume she’s is not wearing a bra, chances are, she is not wearing the right bra.
Unless you know that she loves novelty outfits, avoid them. Lingerie can be provocative and enticing, yet elegant. A woman wants to feel like a seductress, a queen. All you have to do is let her seduce you.
We’ve all heard of shopaholics and shoeaholics, but what about lingerie-aholics? This special breed of fanaticism has simple beginnings just like any other addiction; all it takes is one, delicate, lacy piece. The rest just falls into place.
Time and time again, we have turned down strapless tops and dresses to avoid adjusting the whole time. We have always accepted this as fact, never posing the big question, “Does my bra fit properly?”