A new season is on its way, and there’s no better time to spice things up, right?
We often think about grabbing some new things for our wardrobe, but often neglect our lingerie drawer. But isn’t it so nice slipping on a new set before layering on those Fall pieces?
Revamp your lingerie drawer with some of these modern lingerie items.
A Longline Bra
More coverage is sexier sometimes, especially when it comes to the romantic bustier-inspired longline bra.
Essentially, more fabric extends from the band to either offer increased support or just an interesting visual accent.
High Waisted Panties
The high waist isn’t going anywhere, whether it be in your favorite trousers or favorite underpinnings.
A high waisted panty can really highlight your curvature and offer you that structured support you like to take you through the day. It’s very retro and vintage, which is always cute.
Sometimes a little bit of detail can go a long way.
Think keyholes, cutouts, a special lace embroidery – something that takes what could be ordinary up a notch.
A Supportive Bralette
Bralettes are not just for show. They can totally be practical!
Look for a bralette with support features, whether it be an underwire, moulded cups, or thicker straps and bands.
A Fun Chemise
Even if no one sees you when you sleep, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t indulge in pretty sleepwear.
A chemise is a comfortable and cute option for sleeping, but you can also style it to be a part of your Fall wardrobe as well!
A Seamless, Basic Brief
While all of the frills and thrills are fabulous, don’t you just have those days where you want soft, easy comfort?
Have a high quality pair of seamless briefs that you can throw on on those days, whether it’s the time of the month or you’re just feeling bloated.
Which of these new trends are you going to grab up first?
Let us know in the comments below!
Until next time,
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