June 30, 2021 | Leave a comment Lace lingerie, also known as “sexy lingerie” or “naughty lingerie”, is any type of lingerie that exposes most, if not all, parts of the body. Such lingerie can range from bras, corsets, panties, and lingerie, to thongs, G-strings, babydolls, and even “inky” lingerie consisting of stockings and garters, or fishnet or crotchless bras and panties. Lace is also a major component of many other types of lingerie. Lace can be used in conjunction with other types of fabric, such as silk, satin, cotton, or mesh. Lace can even be custom made. Lace lingerie is usually worn under other articles of clothing. Some examples include a short dress, camisole, or even shorts. In addition to its use in clothing, lace lingerie is sometimes used as a form of body art. Some people wear lace bra inserts which are inserted into the breast area to make it appear larger. These bras are most commonly white, pink, red, or gray, but they can be found in many different colors, including purple, blue, green, orange, pink, yellow, or brown. Many people choose to wear stretch lace lingerie. Stretch lace is similar to normal lace, except for the fact that it is usually machine-washable at home. Some stretch lace is made of microfiber. It is said that stretch lace gives a smoother appearance to the skin than regular lace. There are two common types of stretch lace, curling, and random. The basic lingerie garment is a lacy bodysuit, which is often made of a sheer material. The lacy bodysuit forms the basic piece of lingerie, covering the whole torso. This is accompanied by a matching bra and a matching thong. Lace is added to the bodysuit to either give it a sheer look, or to help the lingerie stick to the body better, especially if the bodysuit is designed to be form fitting. Other lingerie pieces include camisoles (a short sleeveless piece of lingerie), case briefs (a form fitting piece of lingerie that has no between the legs), and skirt sets (a short camisole with a skirt that attaches to the bottom of the camisole). Camisoles, case briefs, and skirt sets are all available in various colors, sizes, and styles. They are all available in silk or other light weight fabrics. Silk is the most preferred fabric, as it is comfortable to wear, holds up well, and looks good with most colors. Satin and lace trim, a mixture of lace and satin, are also popular fabrics for lingerie. A lace bustier set would be a good option for anyone looking for an inexpensive and versatile bra or top. Lace, sheer, and satin straps make this a very attractive and romantic addition to any lingerie collection. Prices vary widely, depending on the materials used, design, and style. The best place to shop for a lace bustier set is the Internet, where many stores offer free shipping, a huge selection, and rapid order processing.