Wearing something sexy will make you feel sexy.
And that’s an awesome feeling, but even more important, feeling sexy improves your confidence and improved confidence means better success in all aspects of your life. We’ve all read stories of boardroom execs who win the big contract after wearing a garter belt and stockings beneath their business suit, of new college grads who get their dream jobs after buying a lacy bra and panty set, of single chicks who never stopped wearing their naughty lingerie and snagged a new guy quicker than you can say “Granny Panties”. People know when you’re confident. Confidence is sexy. Sexy lingerie (whatever sexy might mean to you) is an easy, inconspicuous way of adding confidence.
“Wear Fabulous Lingerie… Even If Nobody Is Going To See It!”
– Myla London
Gorgeous lingerie puts you back in touch with your sensuality.
The sight, the touch, the scent… they’re all reminders that you are a sensual being with erotic potential even if that potential isn’t currently in use. Our good friend Marlisa wouldn’t ever advertise it, but we know it to be fact… She’s been happily single for a good long while. This curvy hot young lady probably purchase a new piece of sexy lingerie about once a week, and admits (we’ve aksed) that is has never been seen by another person. She wears it around the house, while lounging or doing laundry or writing her blog. It’s so easy to lapse into feeling asexual when you’re not in a relationship. Sexy lingerie is a way of keeping those embers warm.
Because you just never know.
It may sound cliched, but it’s true. Today might be the day… not for the love of your life, necessarily, but for a pleasant flirtation or romp between the sheets. Do you really want to have your stretched out floral cotton undies on when that happens? Whatever you’re wearing underneath should be at least as nice as what you’re wearing on top. Oh, and remember what your Momma said about always wearing nice underwear in case you have go in the ambulance? Yeah….that’s a good reason too.
“Lingerie is not about seducing men, it’s about embracing womanhood.”
– Dita von Teese