How Lingerie Express Your Hope In Love

We all make sub conscious decisions and they are based on who we are at our deepest level. One of the first decisions you make each day is what to wear underneath what your clothes. The many reasons you choose your lingerie add up to revealing who you are when it comes to describing your hopes in love. Your lingerie is a substitute for what you truly would prefer to be with you alone, intimately, throughout the day.

 

Which of these lingerie descriptions best fits your wardrobe? While the majority of the people you meet may never notice it, you may be letting them all know about your hopes in love in other ways, so read below to find out what you have been telling yourself on this subject.

Designer Lingerie

When you buy the brand and inevitably wear a matching set, your hope is to fall in love with a successful member of the establishment. Sexy lingerie confirms that you are his attractive partner. The roles in your love life are deeply established and contingent on him continuing on the road to success while you work your best to stay gorgeous as his reward.

White Cotton & Sensible

Most girls start out here and evolve as their world-view and self-image begin to change. Quite a few return to this combo and its comfort and convenience underscore a desire for a traditional love life. Maybe skip the white picket fence, but a good husband and eventually having children are central to the picture of where you see yourself and your life in the hopefully not too- distant future.

 

Thong

This colorful and provocative bottom often has a revealing high strap. What you are really looking for in love, though, is a man who sets limits with you. Your deepest desire is to be told to dress more conservatively and since you so want to please the man telling you this, you comply. You are provoking to test the limits because you want a father figure too strongly school you in the ways of love.

 

Body Shapers

These trendy undergarments are made to hold in your belly, waist and often your thighs. If being chunky ever comes back in style, these will be relics from a bygone era. Something this trendy and appearance altering reveals your desire for acceptance. A man should be overjoyed if you are wearing this type of lingerie, as it reveals you to be submissive and living to please him at all costs.

 

Panty Hose and a Boring Bra

In covering your legs and approaching your intimate wear with practicality over everything else, you are holding back in looking for love. Perhaps there is a broken heart in your past that taught you that love hurts. Now you make sure to reveal nothing to the world that might inspire such a hurtful occurrence again. It is not that all hope is lost, though. Your commitment to healing by emphasizing personal comfort over style is a commitment to getting better in order to be the best possible partner should a good relationship come along.

Bikini Bottoms and a Push-Up Bra

In an attempt to look your best, sometimes you have to augment what is there … but don’t call it false advertising. In making the most of what you have you are advertising yourself much like a product. When you treat yourself like a commodity that will go to the highest bidder, your true feelings about love liken it to a commercial transaction: deliver a quality product to the customer and you are both satisfied. That is until one of you gets the urge to go “shopping” again.

Sports Bra / Workout Underwear

If you work out often, you will get in the habit of wearing the underwear that is most comfortable for physical exertion. This is also an indicator that your hopes for love are completely in your own control. Your confidence and dedication to being the best you can be and staying in great shape translate into only accepting healthy relationships into your world and not modifying who you are to fit the needs of a partner.

Garter Belt with Stockings and Lace

Don’t you just love to take the extra time to add a sex appeal that causes more than a few gawkers to get the hint? This sense of drama drives your hopes for love. You want a rebel and a rock star all rolled into one and you might break a few hearts along the way as you search for this demigod of a study. What you might find along the way is that all that drama and excitement only ends up scaring the good ones away and love only becomes more difficult to attract.

Corset

The old school way of modifying your appearance is also a way of training your body to eat less and getting the gorgeous hourglass figure you deserve ahead of the diet. Your hope for love is described in the willingness to put up with a little pain and modify what there is to be gained, all in the name of being who you are: a true partner willing to put the work into a relationship to make it work.

 

Men’s Underwear

Some of the most feminine women wear men’s underwear. It is not a political statement of equality. In fact, women who avoid the trappings of femininity in order to maximize comfort are often women who are quite secure in their bodies and sexuality. These are women who might even be experimental and see love as a fluid relationship that need not be tied to monogamy if partnership pleasure can be found somewhere down the road of excess.

 

 

If more than one style above would apply to your choices in lingerie, perhaps you are in transition and are subconsciously changing your aspirations in love. Pay attention to what is a man attracts you and how that differs from your taste in guys a year ago – you will find that you are changing your lingerie style as your hopes for love shift to different desires. It is totally natural to change what you will let him take a peek at as your idea of who he should evolve.

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How to Choose Comfortable and Sexy Lingerie

Lingerie enhances the sexual attraction of your body and intensifies your enjoyment of romantic encounters. It adds to your beauty and confidence and arouses your partner. So, you need to dedicate your time and effort when choosing lingerie. With countless sexy lingerie designs and varieties, it might be difficult for you to select that perfect item of sexy lingerie.

Here are some simple yet effective tips that might assist you in finding the best lingerie:

Focus on lingerie’s color:

When it comes to sexy lingerie, color plays a crucial role in increasing your sexiness. You need to choose a perfect color for your lingerie based on your skin tone. If you are fair skinned, black is a good contrast which can enhance your appearance. For a fairer tan woman, white can have a stunning effect. Finally, if you wish to get your man’s heart racing red may be the desirable choice.

Choose comfortable lingerie:

Your lingerie needs to fit your body with ease. Don’t try to wear tight lingerie which might make you feel uncomfortable during long periods. When you wear lingerie, you need to feel at ease and relaxed rather than spending time adjusting straps or readjusting a thong. So, look through different types of lingerie and check size guides before choosing a suitable item.

Body shape:

You must also take a note of your body shape while choosing lingerie. A chemise may flatter a fuller figure and skim the hips. For petite ladies, a fitted item with a push-up or padded bra may be more suitable. If you have great legs show them off with stockings and suspenders.

The quality of the fabric:

When choosing lingerie, you need to pay more attention to the fabric’s quality. Lingerie always has a contact with your skin, so choosing lingerie made of low-quality materials can make you feel uncomfortable and might even cause itching. Lingerie made of high-quality fabric does not just offer comfort but makes you feel sexy and desirable.

Look for branded lingerie:

Nowadays, there is a vast choice of lingerie but some may not offer comfort and elegance. So, it is better to focus your shopping based on branded items that are high quality and enhance your figure.

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Why Sexy Lingerie is Important… Even If You’re Single

June is the time of year when many romantic couples give and receive lingerie. Lingerie is a wonderful gift, of course, but what about if you’re spending Valentine’s Day alone? Just you, a box of chocolates, and a romantic comedy or two? Well, you deserve sexy lingerie too! “But Treacle,” you might protest, “No one’s gonna see it, so what’s the point?” And to that, I respond “Darling… lingerie is never about him. It’s always about you.” Here are my three reasons for why single ladies, maybe more than anyone else, should always rock the sexy knickers.

1) Wearing something sexy will make you feel sexy. That’s great in and of itself, but feeling sexy also improves your confidence and improved confidence means better success in all aspects of your life. I’ve read stories of boardroom execs who win the big contract after wearing a garter belt and stockings beneath their business suit, of new college grads who get their dream jobs after buying a lacy bra and panty set, of single chicks who never stopped wearing their naughty lingerie and snagged a new guy quicker than you can say “Granny Panties.” People know when you’re confident. Sexy lingerie (whatever sexy means to you) is an easy, inconspicuous way of adding confidence.

2) Gorgeous lingerie puts you back in touch with your sensuality. The sight, the touch, the scent… they’re all reminders that you are a sensual being with erotic potential even if that potential isn’t currently in use. I don’t advertise the fact, but I’ve been single for most of the time I’ve had my blog. That means almost all the sexy lingerie I buy and review has never been seen by another person. I wear it around the house while lounging or doing laundry or writing the blog. It’s so easy to lapse into feeling asexual when you’re not in a relationship. Sexy lingerie is a way of keeping those embers warm.

3) Because you just never know. It may sound cliched, but it’s true. Today might be the day… not for the love of your life, necessarily, but for a pleasant flirtation or romp between the sheets. Do you really want to have you stretched out floral cotton undies on when that happens? Whatever you’re wearing underneath should be at least as nice as what you’re wearing on top. Oh, and remember what your Momma said about always wearing nice underwear in case you have to go in the ambulance? Yeah… that’s a good reason too.

I’m not saying you have to bust out the fringed g-string and vinyl bustier for a quiet evening at home (What? You don’t own one?). What I am saying is that it’s okay to splurge on yourself. To quote the legendary Dita von Teese, “Lingerie is not about seducing men, it’s about embracing womanhood.” Truer words have never been spoken.

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5 Rules that make matching simple

Rule 1: Go For Complementary Over Matching

The first rule in matching is you don’t have to match things exactly! Specifically for your trousers and the multiple layers on top.

The ranking goes as follows: Complementary > Matching > Bad match > Putting no thought

The reason we have complementary ahead of matching is between both techniques – the first one lets the clothes “build each other up” to create a higher-level look.

So if you’re going the “complementary” route – pay attention to the color wheel. The trick is to ensure the main colors of your wardrobe are as far apart on the color wheel as possible.

But that doesn’t mean you ought to avoid “matching” altogether. It’s actually safer than “complementary” (as there are cases when people get distracted by a combination of 2+ strong colors you’re wearing).

Rule 2: Leathers Should Match

Simply put, leather is AWESOME.

History shows how it represents wealth and status. So take advantage of that and let your leather pieces stand out as a group – with the same color.

But this rule isn’t strict. Two things you should focus on matching are (1) your shoes and (2) your belt.

Then follow-up by means of the color of your (3) watch strap and (4) leather bag – but only if it’s convenient. Don’t spend money just for that purpose.

 

And it’s important to remember in this case – the more different the colors of your leathers are, the worse of a match you’ll end up with. So pairing sleek black boots with a light brown belt is out of the question (unless you cover up the belt). Chocolate brown boots are a better alternative here.

Your black leather footwear can go with a belt that’s any shade of gray (since gray is a non-color). But if you want each leather piece to stand out equally – I suggest finding ONE particular color you like and stick to it.

Rule 3: Metals Should Match

It’s the same deal. You want your watch, belt buckle and other pieces of metals to match if possible.

Think about the item you like wearing most. If it’s a certain watch – take note of the color and consider getting a matching belt buckle.

Silver goes with silver, while gold goes with gold (or even brass if there’s no obvious difference). But this is a mere GUIDE. There are exceptions.

Maybe your wedding ring is gold but you look good with silver metals. Or maybe you have a silver watch that’s been passed on by your father.

So don’t even think about replacing items with sentimental value! Because contrasting metals are really minor problems.

Rule 4: Wear Items With The Same Level Of Formality

Would you pair up a black tie suit jacket with basketball shorts? You get the idea.

All clothing items fall somewhere along the formality scale. And since your outfit is primarily based on its “weakest link” – don’t match your most formal stuff with your least. It will only spoil how good you look as a whole.

A formal-casual combo is like oil and water. The two elements don’t mix. You’ll only end up raising a question mark in people’s heads. They’ll wonder if you had trouble finding something to wear, got dressed in a hurry, or were simply trying out a new (but strange) style.

However – it does get tricky regarding some types of leather shoes. A given pair may appear more casual than formal (especially if it has more broguing or details). You might be able to wear it with jeans but not with a business attire. So those things will require some trial and error.

Rule 5: Learn From Famous People

You might be processing all this information and thinking “A doesn’t go with B but goes with C…” quite a lot. Juggling all these yes’s and no’s.

But the art of matching is much easier when you have a ROLE MODEL. Someone who’s always seen in public with a killer ensemble. It could be Idris Elba or Ryan Gosling on the red carpet, Bruno Mars when he performs on live television, or Roger Federer when he appears on watch ads.

Those are the masters you want to learn from. They present what works every time (or at least their stylists never fail to make the right calls, but that’s beside the point). Take inspiration from them – but don’t copy every little detail. Your individuality still needs to pop out.

Loving couples say it with matching outfits in South Korea

Watch: How couples in South Korea show their love for one another

In a country where public displays of affection are still frowned upon, South Korean couples often advertise their relationship by wearing matching outfits – whether socks, shirts, jackets or, more privately, underwear.

It’s especially popular with newlyweds, making South Korean honeymooners easy to spot on Southeast Asian beaches in their twinned T-shirts or shorts and “couple flip-flops”.

The fashion can also be seen among young people in China and Japan, but South Koreans have taken it to a different level.

The trend has spawned a small cottage industry, with specialist online stores offering “couple swimwear” for the summer holidays, “couple snowboarding suits” for the winter and “couple tracksuits” for those who like jogging together.

Newspapers and magazines churn out stories on how best to pull off the “couple look” with each season’s latest outfits.

Eric Kim, a 28-year-old Seoul office worker, said: “When I was in college, I bought ‘couple hoodies’ with my ex. It felt cool and sweet that we hung out together wearing the same hoodies.

“Also we can show off that we are a couple, not one of those lonely singles.”

Older now and mixing with friends who find donning head-to-toe identical outfits as “tacky and embarrassing”, Kim says he and his current girlfriend make do with wearing matching shoes.

There is no marketing data on how many South Korean couples go in for matching fashion, but business seems to be booming.

A quick search of keo-peul-look (“couple look”) on major Korean internet portals yields a seemingly endless list of online stores selling couples’ outfits.

Matching underwear and pyjamas are also popular, typically in pink for women and blue or black for men – but also in a leopard-skin design for both.

aek Eun-Joo is a big fan of the “couple look” and has a wardrobe of matching his-and-her patterns. “My husband and I have been wearing couple clothes for eight years. We just can’t get enough of it,” Baek said.

Rather than ridicule, Baek said she was complimented by friends, who asked where they could find the same outfits.

Convinced there was a substantial market, she and her husband started an online store called Ggumddakji – a slang term for an inseparable couple.

“It feels weird and sweet at the same time … and is a great way to reaffirm your love with your partner,” Baek said of the trend.

“Plus, South Koreans want to show off things they are proud of, including their relationships.”

But the shop doesn’t give advice on what couples should do with their outfits if the relationship breaks up.

A DREAM OF LACE

Maybe every woman has a dream of lace. I still remember that the first time I touched lace, I felt its unique feeling.

The concave and convex hollowness is made of the beautiful silky thread and yarn. Seeing through the skin, it is like the snow lipid skin, the lace is lined with a looming. It is so beautiful that  I can’t help fell in love with lace.

Lace is special, it can be so infatuated in today’s ornate world, lace occupies such an irreplaceable sentiment, and only lace knows you, you will feel it is not the same as others, it is a state of mind, light and not easy to be perceived, they can enjoy  their own little space, in this place, enjoy the fantasy and release the halo of bright look.

Red lace, gorgeous and enchanting, which is like the red rose, burning with passion and fire.It could let a person have the hair, charming light, dazzling. How can the red lace be turned upside down? Wearing a red lace evening dress, lingering in the party, rippling the red classics of the drunken fans, such a feeling is a powerful charm.

Women will bloom the dream of lace in the night. In such a blurred night, there is someone who can see the red lace and have a heartfelt sigh. Lace is so moving, you can smell the fragrance slowly, slowly touch, slowly understand that the heyday of lace.Joyful red bud lace, it is your dream.

Black lace is mysterious and composed. It is like a veil that hangs over the surface of the jade. It needs to be lifted slowly so that it can be touched. The black lace has its mysterious color, but it is calm and composed. It will not stir the warm current to move fast to enjoy the original life, because the world is flashy, which will cause people to panic, so it began to learn how to be calm. Its charm comes from its absence, movement, and stillness. The black lace is reminiscent of the Latin dance. Beautiful Latin dance, movement stretch, lingering charm, dancing lyric, romantic grace. With the euphemistic music, the dance is full of romance. Is it not like a circle of lace on the edge of a Latin dress?

 

Women have thousands of faces, they are so unpredictable and volatile which always make people drunk. To be sure, every woman would love a white lace. Because it will in a special wedding dress.

Every woman wants to be able to wear a beautiful wedding dress and marry the person she loves best, which is the happiest thing for a woman. White lace, you can see a mellow smile on her face, it is the lace which is delicate to the fluent and will not break elegance. Standing there, like the goddess, dignified in the hazy, holy and sacred, it is a kind of unique feeling.

At this time, beauty cannot be described as a kind of temperament, the temptation is irresistible.

Every woman will be beautiful on the day of the wedding, not only because it’s a beautiful day, but also because you’re wearing a gorgeous white lace dress.

In all kinds of wedding dress, sweet princes’ lace wedding dress, sexy dress lace wedding dress, all these can make you attractive.

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How to Style Your Groom to Match Your Vintage Style

When it comes to weddings, brides tend to steal the spotlight thanks to their luxurious dresses and ethereal hair and makeup. But what about the groom? Don’t ignore your fiance’s wedding day attire – after all, it can perfectly complement your own vintage bridal look! Dress yourself by following these helpful guidelines that help achieve that vintage style, you both love.

Vests

The simplest way to transform a modern man’s look into a blast from the past is with one easy addition: a vest! This single item makes a huge difference when paired with a suit, and it hearkens back to a day and time when men really dressed up for special occasions. Three-piece suits have largely been replaced in today’s world with basic jackets and slacks, so adding a vest to your groom’s look is a great way to achieve a vintage aesthetic.

Suspenders

Suspender straps are wonderfully reminiscent of the Jazz Age, which makes them an excellent choice for vintage style. Commonly referred to as “braces” in the world of vintage fashion, suspenders are an easy addition to a basic white button-down and trousers, and they look especially good when planning a rustic-themed wedding.

Fabrics

Certain fabrics just stand out from the rest. Tweed, checkered houndstooth prints, and velvet are all opulent choices for a handsome groom as well as his well-styled groomsmen.

 Collars

Collars are an aspect of men’s vintage fashion that doesn’t receive a lot of attention, but they’ve certainly changed throughout the years. Paying attention to these small transformations can work wonders in achieving an authentic look of vintage menswear. Shirt collars used to be more circular, so look for rounded styles to mimic shirts of days past. Wing collars are another vintage alternative, while collar pins are a great addition to fasten collar tips underneath a necktie.

 Accessories

Accessories can take a modern suit into vintage territory with ease. Instead of a traditional tie, opt for a bow tie at the neckline. Pocket watches make cute boutonnieres, while cuff links, cravats and hats can top off a look with ample charm.

Get Inspired

On a final note, doing your homework on vintage groom style doesn’t have to be boring. Turn to period movies like Gone with the Wind, The Notebook, Moulin Rouge and Pride and Prejudice for some helpful cues on men’s vintage styles throughout the decades. Pop some popcorn and grab your sweetie for some good old-fashioned movie nights!

Your groom’s suiting is a major part of your vintage-themed wedding, so dress him accordingly! He’ll enjoy taking a step back in time as he prepares to take that walk down the aisle.

 

Are Colors Innate or Learned?

In English the sky is blue, and the grass is green. But in Vietnamese, there is just one color category for both sky and grass: green. For decades cognitive scientists have pointed to such examples as evidence that language largely determines how we see color. But new research with four- to six-month-old infants indicates that long before we learn a language, we see up to five basic categories of hue—a finding that suggests a stronger biological component to color perception than previously thought.

The study, published recently in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, tested the color-discrimination abilities of more than 170 British infants. Researchers at the University of Sussex in England measured how long babies spent gazing at color swatches, a metric known as looking time. First, the team showed infants one swatch repeatedly until their looking time decreased—a sign they had grown bored with it. Then the researchers showed them a different swatch and noted their reaction. Longer looking times were interpreted to mean the babies considered the second swatch to be a new hue. Their cumulative responses showed that they distinguished among five colors: red, green, blue, purple and yellow.

The finding “suggests we’re all working from the same template,” explains lead author Alice Skelton, a doctoral student at Sussex. “You come prepackaged to make [color] distinctions, but given your culture and language, certain distinctions may or may not be used.” For instance, infants learning Vietnamese most likely see green and blue, even if their native language does not use distinct words for the two colors.

The study systematically probed infants’ color perception, revealing how we perceive colors before we have the words to describe them, says Angela M. Brown, an experimental psychologist at the Ohio State University’s College of Optometry, who was not involved with the new research. The results add a new wrinkle to the perennial nature-versus-nurture debate and the so-called Sapir-Whorf hypothesis—the idea that the way we see the world is shaped by language.

In future work, Skelton and her colleagues are interested in testing babies from other cultures. “The way language and culture interact is a really interesting question,” she says. “We don’t yet know the exact mechanisms, but we do know how we start off.”

Dress for Success: How Our Clothes Can Influence Our Performance

What you wear can influence your thinking and negotiating skills, and even hormone levels and heart rate.

The old advice to dress for the job you want, not the job you have, may have roots in more than simply how others perceive you—many studies show that the clothes you wear can affect your mental and physical performance. Although such findings of so-called en clothed cognition are mostly from small studies in the laboratory that have not yet been replicated or investigated in the real world, a growing body of research suggests that there is something biological happening when we put on a snazzy outfit and feel like a new person.

If you want to be a big-ideas person at work, suit up. A paper in August 2015 in Social Psychological and Personality Science asked subjects to change into formal or casual clothing before cognitive tests. Wearing formal business attire increased abstract thinking—an important aspect of creativity and long-term strategy. The experiments suggest the effect is related to feelings of power.

Informal clothing may hurt in negotiations. In a study reported in December 2014 in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, male subjects wore their usual duds or were placed in a suit or in sweats. Then they engaged in a game that involved negotiating with a partner. Those who dressed up obtained more profitable deals than the other two groups, and those who dressed down had lower testosterone levels.

For better focus, get decked out like a doctor. In research published in July 2012 in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, subjects made half as many mistakes on an attention-demanding task when wearing a white lab coat. On another attention task, those told their lab coat was a doctor’s coat performed better than either those who were told it was a painter’s smock or those who merely saw a doctor’s coat on display. —Matthew Hutson

Inspired by findings that winning combat fighters in the 2004 Olympics had worn red more often than blue, researchers investigated the physiological effects of wearing these colors. As reported in February 2013 in the Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, they paired 28 male athletes of similar age and size, who competed against one another once while wearing a red jersey and again while wearing blue. Compared with fighters in blue, those wearing red were able to lift a heavier weight before the match and had higher heart rates during the match—but they were not more likely to be victorious. —Tori Rodriguez

Trying too hard to look sharp can backfire. When women donned expensive sunglasses and were told the specs were counterfeit, as opposed to when they thought they were real, they cheated more often on lab experiments with cash payouts. Fake sunglasses also seemed to make women see others’ behavior as a suspect. Authors of the study, published in May 2010 in Psychological Science, theorize that counterfeit glasses increase unethical behavior by making their wearers feel less authentic. —M.H.

It’s not news to anyone that we judge others based on their clothes. In general, studies that investigate these judgments find that people prefer clothing that matches expectations—surgeons in scrubs, little boys in blue—with one notable exception. A series of studies published in an article in June 2014 in the Journal of Consumer Research explored observers’ reactions to people who broke established norms only slightly. In one scenario, a man at a black-tie affair was viewed as having higher status and competence when wearing a red bow tie. The researchers also found that valuing uniqueness increased audience members’ ratings of the status and competence of a professor who wore red Converse sneakers while giving a lecture.

The results suggest that people judge these slight deviations from the norm as positive because they suggest that the individual is powerful enough to risk the social costs of such behaviors. —T.R.