How To Choose The Best Lingerie For Your Body Type?

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To understand how to choose the best lingerie for your body, first, you need to know what’s your body type. Knowing that will help you to enhance your curves and create a smooth, sexy silhouette. If you already know what’s your body type, feel free to jump right into this article. But if you still doubt first check out our blog about different body types.

Different Types of Lingerie

1. Corset

A Corset is a garment worn to hold and train the torso into a desired shape, a smaller waist or larger bottom, or support the breasts. Both men and women are known to wear corsets. A corset is a great choice for those who have Hourglass, Rectangle, or round body shapes. Corset proportionates your body and gives you a classic and chic look.

 

Corset

2. Bustier

A Bustier is the same as a corset, except that it focuses on lifting your breast. It works like a push-up bra and makes your breasts look well-rounded. If your body shape is Triangle or Rectangle, Bustier is a perfect pick for you. A bustier helps to draw attention to your breasts and make your body look proportionate.

Bustier

3. Robe

A robe is a loose-fitting garment and usually comes in light and soothing fabrics like lace or satin. Unless other lingerie garments, robes are extremely comfortable and yet sexy. Robes are total knock-out and sit stunningly on all body figures.

 

 

Robe

4. Matching Set

As the name suggests, a matching set incorporates matching your bra and your panties. Matching sets are essential in every woman’s wardrobe. This lingerie suits almost all body types as it draws attention to the body and ensemble as a whole, rather than focusing on one specific feature. Except for round bodies in some cases might be better to choose other options.

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5. Bodysuit

A bodysuit is an item of lingerie that acts as a one-piece. This means that the bralette style top and bottom half of the garment are connected. This piece is highly complementary for women with a rectangle and inverted triangle figures.

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