Lingerie is a broad category that encompasses various types of intimate apparel typically worn by women.
Here are some common types of lingerie:
Bra: A supportive undergarment designed to cover and support the breasts.
Panties: Underwear worn by women, which come in different styles such as sexy knickers, briefs, thongs, boy shorts, bikini, and more.
Camisole: A sleeveless, loose-fitting top, often made of satin or lace, worn as a nightwear, or paired with matching panties.
Babydoll: A short, loose-fitting nightgown often made of sheer fabric, with lace or frills, and typically accompanied by matching panties.
Chemise: A lightweight, sleeveless undergarment or nightgown, often made of silk or satin, usually worn as sleepwear.
Corset: A fitted undergarment that shapes the torso and supports the bust, usually made of rigid materials like boning or steel.
Bustier: Similar to a corset, a bustier is a form-fitting garment that extends down to the waist or hips, providing support and shaping the bust.
Teddy: A one-piece lingerie garment that combines a camisole or a bralette with panties, usually made of sheer or lace fabric.
Garter belt: A belt worn around the waist or hips that has attached straps used to hold up stockings or thigh-highs.
Stockings: Long, sheer leg coverings that are typically made of nylon or silk and worn with garter belts.
Bodysuit: A one-piece, form-fitting garment that covers the torso and may have long or short sleeves, made of various fabrics such as lace, mesh, or satin.
Robe: A loose-fitting, often floor-length garment worn over lingerie, typically made of silk, satin, or lightweight fabrics, used for lounging or as a cover-up.
It’s worth noting that there are countless variations and styles within each of these types of lingerie, allowing for a wide range of personal preferences and tastes.