How to Choose Sheer Risque Lingerie
Every woman have their own choice of lingerie. If you are in the look out for some stunning and sexy, you can go for sheer risque lingerie. No matter what kind of figure you have you can wear this type of lingerie. The key is to choose pieces that flatter your individual body type. The first step to doing this is to perform an honest evaluation of your figure. Strip down and look at yourself in front of a full-length mirror. What do you feel are your best features? What are the features you like the least?
For example, you may have large breasts that you want to play up. In that case, go for a plunging neckline with lots of underwire support. Large breasts need ample support to prevent sagging, which definitely isn't a hot look. When trying to accentuate large breasts you should aim for lift and separation. If you're a plus size woman, you may want to accentuate your breasts while downplaying stomach and hips. An empire waist, knee length nightie in a sheer fabric can accomplish this beautifully. Choose something with sexy detailing around the bustline to draw attention to that area.
If you are more petite with smaller breasts, there are a few options for you. Women who are comfortable with being small busted can go for a sheer teddy with little bustline support. Smaller breasts aren't prone to sagging like larger ones. If you are a B cup who is noticing a bit of droopiness, it's nothing a push up bra can't fix. To add a cup size, go for a push up with water or gel pads which give the appearance of ample cleavage. If you choose a teddy add a garter belt and thigh high fishnet stockings for an even more provocative look.
Confidence is very important when wearing sheer risque lingerie. If you don't feel good in what you are wearing, it will affect your enjoyment in the bedroom. If you are a more conservative type you can still dazzle in sheer fabrics. However you may want to choose pieces that give a bit of coverage like a camisole with matching boy short, baby doll style nightie or even full length gown. More daring women may want to try open busted pieces in daring styles and colors.
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