Know that cup size is not absolute. This is the biggest myth about bra sizes: that a D cup looks the same on every band size, or that having small breasts automatically means you're an A cup. Actually, cup size is proportional to band size — meaning it's dependent on your band measurement. For instance, a 32 D will fill out less volume than a 36 D, but they're both D cups.[1]
Pamper yourself with women’s sleepwear that will make you want to skip ladies’ night next Friday. Our two piece women’s sleepwear sets, rompers, robes, socks, and single PJs in silk, terry cloth, cotton, waffle knit and more cozy fabrics make it hard to get out of bed. We can’t tell you to hit snooze again, but we can help you give “beauty rest” a whole new meaning with our cute and sexy women’s lingerie and women’s sleepwear.

Here are a few telltale signs that you may not be wearing the right bra size: wrinkling in the cups, underwire poking the sides of your breasts, a band that rides up, cup spillage, slipping straps, or a bra that hikes up when you lift your arms, says Sandi Simon, a fit consultant at Bra Smyth, in New York City. (Keep in mind that certain factors can cause you to change bra size, a weight gain or loss, a new exercise regimen, pregnancy, and a change of diet, among them.) If you suffer from any of the fit issues above, head to a professional bra fitter—or bust out the measuring tape and follow the steps here.

In the past, lingerie was intended to help shape a woman's figure. Obviously, today's shapewear has evolved, although the basic principles are the same. Nowadays there is shapewear for all shapes and sizes, and it's designed to help women smooth their silhouettes. This is the foundation garment that keeps everything tight and smooth — unapologetically so. Control slips, modern corsets and tummy shapers are three of the options available. Full body shapers, arm shapers and shaping camis are additional pieces. Most shapers are available in black, nude and white, although you can sometimes find them in fun prints and bold colors too.
After 20 years in the business, we’ve found the best brands for petites are Chantelle, Natori, OnGossamer, Calvin Klein and DKNY. For average sizes, your best bets are Wacoal, Natori, Chantelle and Simone Pérèle. Full busts will love Freya, Panache, Fantasie, Prima Donna and Empreinte. Curvy figures, check out Elomi, Goddess, Glamorise, Bramour and Curvy Couture.
Determining the correct – and most current – measurements for your band, bust, and cup will make it SO much easier for you to find bras that fit right, and fit you, no matter where you get your bras. Plus, with those measurements you’ll finally get confirmation to toss out or donate those bras in your drawer that you’ve been keeping just to keep (bra, bye!).
Here are a few telltale signs that you may not be wearing the right bra size: wrinkling in the cups, underwire poking the sides of your breasts, a band that rides up, cup spillage, slipping straps, or a bra that hikes up when you lift your arms, says Sandi Simon, a fit consultant at Bra Smyth, in New York City. (Keep in mind that certain factors can cause you to change bra size, a weight gain or loss, a new exercise regimen, pregnancy, and a change of diet, among them.) If you suffer from any of the fit issues above, head to a professional bra fitter—or bust out the measuring tape and follow the steps here.
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Lingerie also has more than one function. On the practical side, it helps keep everything in place and helps protect your skin from rubbing and chafing. On the other hand, the best lingerie makes you feel confident, sexy and playful. The jury is still out on whether sexy lingerie was invented for males or females. Since its inception, though, it is safe to say that lingerie has evolved. Designers and manufacturers have listened to women and integrated their feedback into their latest designs, making sexy comfortable too.

Don’t forget to flaunt everything you’ve got under there with our sexy women’s lingerie. Turn up the heat in sultry teddies and women’s bras and underwear matching two-piece sets in bombshell red, sultry black and less-than-innocent white. Our women’s lingerie is for every occasion - with shapewear for women to give you a bit of extra confidence in that dress and women’s sleepwear sets that are made for cold-weather cuddling. 


I have been wearing these for years. They are so comfortable. Wash & dry in dryer and they wear forever! I bought my "Christmas undies" on sale. Please, please don't ever stop making these panties. This is a wonderful product and they always look and feel good. I am an elderly lady now, I wasn't when I first started buying them! However, I feel as young as I was in these panties. Buy colors, it's surprising how much color brings to your life.! Black is still sexy for me.. Haven't tried the animal print yet but it's on my bucket list! Now that's amazing!
Specifically designed to help you flaunt your best assets, the Velvet Kitten Trés Sexy Lace Bodystocking in black is all about full-body allure. It features a sheer cami top with a crisscross front design with strappy shoulder detailing for a sensual finishing touch. The bottom portion features matching attached garters with thigh-high stockings to highlight your legs and thighs. You can style this sexy lace bodystocking with lacy, black panties (sold separately in our collection of sexy panties) or wear it as-is for a spicy, crotchless look. Lingerie Diva ships the black Trés Sexy Bodystocking to you in our signature wrapping for a gift-worthy presentation for your favorite lingerie-loving lady!
Panties in the modest coverage category are some of the most popular panties among women. Focused on comfort, hi-cut briefs and hipsters offer moderate to full coverage while also being nearly invisible under mid-rise pants and sometimes they even offer a bit of tummy shaping! If you like thongs but are looking for a little more coverage, one of the other best style of modest coverage panties are tangas: a comfortable transition between a bikini and a thong.

Cora Harrington (a.k.a. the Lingerie Addict), the author of In Intimate Detail: How to Choose, Wear, and Love Lingerie, says that if you want something you can easily find at your local department store, Natori’s Girl Briefs are her favorite “mainstream” underwear (we heard about Harrington’s more obscure picks, too, which are further down this list). “They’re cute. They’re comfy. The Pima cotton means they’re supersoft,” she explains. “Nordstrom includes them in their annual anniversary sale, and my secret tip is to buy discontinued colorways … after all, no one cares what color your underwear is!” Dolley Frearson, co-founder and creative director of High Fashion Home, is another fan of the Natori Girl Briefs. “For everyday underwear, I need it to feel comfortable and breathable,” she says. “I also need it to appear smooth, and not pinch my skin in any place or ride up.” For Frearson, the Natori briefs check all of those boxes. “They will eventually replace almost all of your underwear in your drawer,” she promises.


A bra can make or break an outfit. While you want a bra that will enhance your look, that doesn't mean that it can't still be cute. The key when shopping for bras is to look for lingerie that requires minimal effort but maximizes the effect. Comfortable black lingerie like a matching black lace panty and bra set, for example, can be worn under your little black dress. Not only is the lingerie cute and comfy, but it also serves double duty by not showing through the black fabric of your dress. It can also be worn under other dark colors without fear it will show through the material.
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