Jan 5, 2014, 9:55 PM
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At first glance all teddies and bodysuits might look alike, but there are some differences between the two pieces of lingerie. A teddy usually a onepiece garment that resembles the combination of a camisole and panties.
A Teddy Usually A Onepiece Garment
Sexy teddies and sexy bodysuits are generally made from stretchy, sheer or semi-sheer fabrics. Sexy bodysuits known as bodystockings are often made from pantyhose materials. A popular new trend in teddies is the use of bondage-style harnesses and straps in place of some or all of the top or bottom material. Teddies and bodysuits are not generally designed to change a woman's shape, but rather to highlight it. This style, however, is generally less sexy than other styles and is intended more as a foundation garment than a piece of sexy lingerie. Teddies were used for full coverage underneath clothing. A fit that was once loose, became more form fitting over time, eventually evolving into the skin tight lingerie we have today. Teddies are primarily thought of as sexy lingerie and are never worn as an outer garment. A beautifully decorative garment can act as outerwear, showing off your curves nicely when paired with a nice skirt or pants. A sexy bodysuit was and still is a perfect match for everything from skirts to jeans. On a more functional level, bodysuits are a favorite choice for athletes like gymnasts, runners, cyclists and have been a standard garment for dancers for years.
Whether you choose a teddy or sexy bodysuit for fun or practical reasons, this sexy lingerie is an indispensable addition to any wardrobe. Both go from public to private in the blink of an eye. Have a hot date right after work? No problem. Your sexy bodysuit will transition nicely from the boardroom to the club.
I think I'll have to treat myself to a new Body Charming Tight Lace Teddy soon.
(This post was edited by SparkUngela on Jan 5, 2014, 9:56 PM)