Best lingerie to bring on my honeymoon?
Congratulations on your wedding! Now it’s time for the honeymoon and some special alone time for the happy couple. What is the best lingerie to bring on your honeymoon?
First and foremost, anything that feels special. No matter what we say here, bring the lingerie that makes you feel special. Maybe it’s a favorite item that your spouse loves or that you feel sexy in. Bring that.
If you want to buy something new to surprise your spouse
Something black is sexy: Most brides will bring something white and lacy on the honeymoon, but don’t forget your black lingerie too. As a matter of fact, it really doesn’t matter what the color, just pick a color that makes you feel sexy because that’s what it’s all about.
A corset: Think of spicing it up with a polka dotted, mesh corset with padded cups, boning and back hook and eye closure. Make sure you add in the garters, gloves and feather for a special touch. $85.95 http://www.yandy.com/Polka-Dot-Mesh-Corset.php
A robe: Even when you cover up, you can still be sexy and a silk robe can do the trick. You’ll feel luxurious in Victoria Secret’s Bride robe which is silky smooth with a sparkly rhinestone ‘bride’ graphic. $59.50 https://www.victoriassecret.com/
Sexy pajamas: When you’re not canoodling, you’re probably sleeping or just lounging around and that doesn’t mean you have to put the sexiness on the back burner. Sexy pajamas and nighties can keep the feeling going.
A surprise: The first night of your honeymoon can be very exciting, of course. Bride’s Magazine suggests that the couple bring some special surprise lingerie to take out on the last night of the honeymoon too. That way, it makes the last night it as special as your first night.
Don’t forget about your man: What man doesn’t look sexy in some silk boxers or even a thong? Whatever floats your boat right? Make sure he brings along some sexy underwear and a robe too. After all, it’s about what you like.
Bridal Guide offers some terrific advice for those of you who are a little self-conscious about breaking out the boudoir lingerie. “Don’t worry if you don’t look like a Victoria’s Secret model,” says Dr. Hilda Hutcherson, M.D., co-director of the New York Center for Women’s Sexual Health at Columbia University Medical Center and the author of Pleasure: A Woman’s Guide to Getting the Sex You Want, Need and Desire (Putnam).. “Believe me, he’s far more focused on how sexy you are than he is on the size of your thighs.”