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Feel Plush & Pretty by Choosing the Right Fabrics for Your Lingerie

Feel Plush & Pretty by Choosing the Right Fabrics for Your Lingerie

The fabrics indeed an important consideration when it comes to talking about fine lingerie. While thin, delicate fabric might ooze sensuality, know that they could be prone to static. Linen is a universal favourite when it comes to lingerie fabrics. However, if you are looking for a more sophisticated feel and look, you can opt for silk, satin, chiffon, rayon, or even synthetic blends. Lace, velour, eyelet, charmeuse and cotton batiste are other options in a fabric. The options are countless…

Cotton is the most frequently used fabric for panties because it’s breathable and soft for dry, comfortable all-day wear. Seamless underwear is made from blended fabrics that contain some spandex or the other stretchy microfibre for a snug, secure fit. Skimpier styles of underwear and lingerie are often made from specialty fabrics like lace and silk to help you look and feel sexy. The type of fabric you buy should suit your outfit and the occasion, while also helping you feel comfortable and confident.


Cotton is a strong fibre with a soft touch and high absorbency. It often cast a simple, casual look that works well for everyday lingerie garments.


Polyamide is very soft and feels like the second skin. It enables tremendous stretch and recovery, so your panties move with you.


Of all the other fabrics lace is evidently the most beautiful, elegant, soft, and supple choice. It is the prime choices for creating sensuous lingerie and undergarments.


Also known by the name Lycra, spandex is a fibre with both high stretch and high recovery. It is most usually blended in small amounts with other fibres to increase stretch and recovery and can be found in both knit and woven fabrics.


Famously used to make women’s stockings, the synthetic fabric is soft as silk and dries quickly. It’s also breathable and wicks sweat from your skin to the fabric’s surface, where it can vanish.

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