Your Total Guide to Purchasing Women Underwear

Gifting that unique lady in your life with lingerie is a win-win. When done appropriately, she’ll feel attractive and treasured in a decadently minimal number, and you get to relax and take it all in … before taking it all off, of course.

However first comes the difficult part: in fact buying the underwear. I acknowledge that look of panic in your eyes since I worked as a Victoria’s Secret sales associate for 3 years. To reduce your anxiety, here’s a comprehensive guide to corset shopping, boob sizing, and setting the state of mind this Valentine’s Day.

bodices vs. eddies: what’s what?

The only thing more overwhelming than navigating the mesh frontier of a lingerie store is learning its vocabulary. Let’s begin with the essentials.

Bustiers and corsets are the bra’s unique cousins. With cups and adjustable straps, they also have curve-hugging mesh or lace at the waist. Total the outfit (and make brownie points) with a garter belt, matching thong, and thigh-highs.

Babydolls, slips, and nighties resemble mini dress es. Such options provide your woman with full belly coverage, and you with sizing wiggle room since they don’t fit skin-tight. Flowy hemlines, ornamental necklines, and racy combinations of silk and lace trim prove that sweet can be sexy.

Teddies and bodysuits resemble one-piece swimsuit for the bold. They feature cutouts, see-through bits, and even themes for role-play (if French housemaids get you going)– however tread gently here if she’s an underwear virgin.

< garments Consider her personal style

Underwear is an incredibly personal present. Keep her specific tastes in mind so she understands you thought of HER and not Jenna Haze while shopping. Take cues from her day-to-day wardrobe: if you’ve never seen her wear pink, don’t buy her a pink corset; if she’s a demure lover-of-lace, then a mesh bodysuit isn’t your best option. Consider the kinds of things she uses under her clothing every day, and work from there. When in doubt, discover something red or black that isn’t over the top.

Also, her Pinterest page is your cauldron of responses. Women spend hours on that site “pinning” wish lists of all their preferred crap under the sun … consisting of underwear.

Who are you truly looking for?

Yes, purchasing your sweetheart lingerie is partially self-fulfilling. However come on– that’s half the enjoyable. If the idea of her in a black negligée gets you going quicker than a brick on a Ferrari accelerator, then by all means buy it. Just keep in mind to provide it with a coy whisper in her ear about why you chose it for her specifically.

BUT! Her convenience comes first. I always asked male clients what their females’s preferred features were. That way, a person can select something out to accentuate that body part. Does she love her ass as much as you do? Great, get her the cheek-skimming booty shorts. If she’s self-conscious about her tummy, I don’t care how much you like that little bralette! A nightie will ensure she feels attractive and comfortable.

Sales associates are assisting, not judging

To you, Victoria’s Secret is a complicated detonation of pink and lace. You feel out of place and weird, wanting you chose the Amazon gift card. Speaking from experience, rest assured that sales associates do not believe you’re a perv for perusing females’s underwears. In fact, assisting a worried male client is generally our preferred thing to do.

When approached by personnel, do not be bashful. Inform her of styles or colors you ‘d like to see, or describe your sweetheart’s physique and character. She’ll provide you with all kinds of choices. Seriously, it’s our enjoyment to help you– anything is better than the dullness of putting sensors on panties.

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