5 Seriously Sexy Valentines Ideas

Valentine’s ideas: 1 – A new you

Many women are keen to tone down the cheese factor on Valentine’s Day and ramp up the raunch. Valentine’s Day doesn’t just have to be about hearts and flowers. It can be about trying something new, experimenting and acting out fantasies.

If you’ve always wanted to try some role play, then Valentine’s Day is the day to do it. Surprise your partner by taking on a new identify for the day. Set your inner identity free.

Valentine’s idea: 2 – Glamour

There’s something to be said about old-fashioned glamour. The clothes, the hair, the make-up all come together to present an image of soft sexy sophistication, suggesting the promise of a life less ordinary.

To sample this heady experience for yourself, organise a Valentine’s Day that’s all about red carpet glamour. Get your make-up professionally done (or treat the lady in your life to her favourite beauty treatment), wear a stunning dress and spend the evening dining like Hollywood A-listers. Don’t forget to wear Hollywood-worthy lingerie for you and your partner to enjoy at the end of the evening.

Valentine’s idea: 3 – 50 shades of play

You could always spice up the day by recreating the scenes you loved from the book or film 50 shades of grey. Treat yourself or the special woman in your life, we have a range of sexy toys “50 shades worthy” over at our sister website www.PleasureWarehouse.co.uk   Don’t forget the lingerie, we have exotic and daring ranges, with latex and leather! Anything Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele can do, you can do better.

Valentine’s idea: 4 – Designer shoe’s to complement

Most women will tell you that their day becomes infinitely better when they slip on a pair of designer shoes. Make it part of your outfit or her gift, “I don’t need any new lingerie or shoes” said no woman ever! Buy some sexy lingerie and put a spring in your, or his step this Valentine’s Day.

Valentine’s idea: 5 – Sexy lingerie

Lingerie is a Valentine’s Day gift favourite. Although you might be thinking ‘Cliché’, we prefer to look at lingerie as a ‘Classic’ Valentine’s idea for her. The right lingerie can make a woman feel sexy, desired and desirable, passionate, erotic and empowered. With 80% of people saying that sex is an important part of Valentine’s Day, what better way to make a statement about creating some time for intimacy together than with beautiful lingerie? We’ve even got a stunning range of Valentine’s sexy lingerie to help you choose something you and your partner will love.

 

8 common underwear mistakes you could be making

We’re well into the Christmas party season now, perhaps you’ve even attended one or two. When considering your Christmas outfit’s how much of that thought was about the underwear? Not a lot? Don’t worry we anticipated that!

When we talk about underwear, we think about bras—how we’re wearing the wrong size, how they should really fit. Underwear, however, is often overlooked,” Choosing the right type of underwear truly sets the foundation for your entire day. Taking more time to be aware of what you’re wearing can go a long way in helping you look great.

We have worked with five of our biggest suppliers and models from the lingerie industry to bring you the do’s and don’ts. So let’s get to work and correct—the eight most common underwear mistakes you’re probably making, but had no clue.

 

1. You’re wearing a size too small.

Now is the time to put vanity aside and go a size up in your clothes with your underwear! If they are too tight they can pinch and give you the dreaded muffin top or VPL (visible panty line), not to mention increase your chances of nether-region unpleasantness like a UTI or yeast infection.

2. You’re wearing the wrong underwear with your outfit.
A string may prevent V.P.L, but it’s not always the best underwear for your body-con clothes. If it’s made from textured material, for example, it will still show through a tight, lightweight dress. A more appropriate choice, in this case, might be a seamless boyshort, maybe one with slightly longer “legs” to prevent ride-up. Wearing a high-waisted skirt? Try a high-waisted brief vs. a low-rise bikini to help smooth out the tummy area.

3. Not trying before buying.

Fit is essential when it comes to undergarments. Even the most swoon-worthy bra can lose its “lustre” when the sizing is off. Bra shopping, in many ways, is very similar to shopping for a pair of jeans — every pair fits differently, especially across brands, so trying them on is key. We offer free shipping on orders over ?100. and returns on garments, we’re always available to answer your questions too, as we have knowledge regarding the brands.

 

 

4. Not following the care instructions properly

Always read the care instructions. Lace, silk and satin underwear and bras need a little extra love when it comes to washing, and shouldn’t be treated in the same way as their cotton counterparts. Delicate fabrics and constructions often require the use of cold water, hand-washing techniques, mild soap and air drying to maintain their like-new appearance.

 

5. Not getting rid of worn out pieces 

Yes, it can be hard to part with your favourite pieces of clothing, but there comes a time when you just have to “let go”. Bras and underwear that are wearing thin or sporting holes should be ditched and upgraded.

6. You’re not spending enough on your lingerie.

It’s tempting to save money on your lingerie and spend it on that pair of jeans instead—after all, that’s what everyone will see. But even if you are the only one who ever sees your underwear, remember that this is the foundation to your entire look. The right underwear has the power to make or break how you walk, talk, look and feel throughout any given day. A ?5.00 pair of underwear may seem like a great deal to start with but probably won’t stand the test of comfort, or time. The cheaper the underwear, the lower the quality—expect materials that are rough against your skin, exposed seams that dig-in as well as show through clothes, underwear that’s not lined properly, or ill-fit that can cause ride-up. Good quality underwear, on the other hand, will be made with first-rate materials for comfortable, all-day wear, superior attention to fit and will hold both its appearance and fit after numerous washings.

7. You’re wearing light underwear with your dark-colored clothing. 

Most people (we hope!) know not to wear dark underwear through light-colored clothing, but did you know you can also see light underwear through dark-colored clothing? Especially if a camera flash is involved. So if you’re wearing a black dress, it’s best to stick to black lingerie.

8. You’re wearing mesh underwear in the summer.

It may seem like mesh underwear is more breathable, but you may be surprised to hear that it’s not. Synthetic materials such as polyester hold and trap heat, moisture and bacteria—putting you at greater risk for yeast infections and UTIs, or just feeling uncomfortable all day. In the summer, it’s best to wear underwear made with natural, breathable materials such as cotton or bamboo that absorb and/or wick moisture away from the skin.

Valentines Lingerie – 5 favourite items

Valentines Lingerie Day

 

 

 

 

 

We asked our customers and followers to choose their favourite Valentines lingerie items in our store and here are the results.


Every month we give away a free item of lingerie to someone on our mailing list. You can choose the item yourself and your name goes into the draw every month.

For a chance to win, sign up to our mailing list here. we will also send you discount codes, special offers and news about new products.


 

5th Place – Casmir Gill Corset

Casmir Gill Corset Lustre Lingerie Valentines Lingerie Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A very feminine, seductive Valentines lingerie corset in Spanish reef microfibre and delicate Italian lace. It’s available in in S/M, L/XL and 2XL/3XL and costs ?29.99


 

4th Place – Beauty Night Angelina Chemise

Beauty Night Angelina Chemise Lustre Lingerie Valentines Lingerie Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A sexy lace Valentines lingerie chemise with suspender straps, Angelina has a stretch fabric centre panel in red with black stretch lace on the cups, sides and back. Underwired to add support it fastens with hook and eye at the back. A matching thong is included. This item arrives packaged in an organza bag and Beauty Night box and costs ?33.99


 

3rd Place – Provocative Simplement Moi Babydoll

Provocative Simplement Moi Babydoll lustre lingerie Valentines Lingerie Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A beautiful strappy topped Valentines lingerie babydoll set in ruffled red satin material with gorgeous embroidered black lace edging and sheer open skirt. The design is finished off with a pretty bow to the bust and roses to the straps on the top and matching open crotch string. ?27.99


 

2nd Place – Casmir Diona Corset

casmir diona corset Lustre Lingerie Valentines Lingerie Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An elegant Valentines lingerie corset made from black elastic satin with red tulle inserts and Italian lace with a matching thong. ?33.99.


 

And in 1st Place – Casmir Lanka Corset

casmir lanka corset lustre lingerie Valentines Lingerie Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A beautiful corset made of Spanish satin and tulle, finished in two-tone Italian lace. ?34.99


Every month we give away a free item of lingerie to someone on our mailing list. You can choose the item yourself and your name goes into the draw every month.

For a chance to win, sign up to our mailing list here. we will also send you dicount codes, special offers and news about new products.


 

Mark Walmsley
Head of Deportment
Lustre Lingerie

 

 

Casmir Lingerie 2016 Collection

Last week we brought you the Casmir Lingerie photo shoot.

Here is a beautiful short showreel of all of the Casmir Lingerie products available at www.LustreLingerie.com

Casmir Lingerie is a scintillating European lingerie brand using fabrics only from Europe. It oozes feminity and sex appeal.

Casmir LingerieCasmir Lingerie is created with the aim of elegance and simplicity in mind.

Each product by Casmir is regularly reworked by the creators to ensure that there products are right up to date with the lingerie fashion market, ensuring colours and tones are in vogue.

It creates amazing bodies, babydolls, open bras, chemises and much more.

Casmir is simply the label every woman must have in her wardrobe. This a brand which will definitely raise the richter scale in households around the country.

Lingerie are women’s undergarments, and may imply their being fashionable and alluring.

Lingerie undergarments use flexible, stretchy, sheer, or decorative materials like Lycra, nylon (nylon tricot), polyester, satin, lace, silk and sheer fabric. Certain cotton or synthetic undergarments are also lingerie.

The word lingerie derives from the French word linge, meaning ‘linen‘. So faire le linge, comes to mean “do the laundry”. In French the word lingerie applies to all undergarments for either sex.

In English it means women’s underwear or nightclothes Informal usage suggests visually appealing or even erotic clothing. Although most lingerie is designed to be worn by women some men, known as “crossdressers”, do in fact wear lingerie.

  • Babydoll, a short nightgown, or negligee intended as nightwear for women. A shorter style, it is often worn with panties. Babydolls are typically loose-fitting with an empire waist and thin straps.
  • Basque, a tight, form-fitting bodice or coat.
  • Bedjacket, worn over a nightgown or negligee for warmth and modesty.
  • Bikini, a two piece consisting of a bra and panties, G-string or thong.
  • Bloomers, baggy underwear that extends to just below or above the knee. Bloomers were worn for several decades during the first part of the 20th century, but are not widely worn today. Also a nickname for cheerleading briefs.
  • Bodystocking, a unitard. Bodystockings may be worn over the torso, or they may be worn over the thighs and abdomen. They are typically used by women in order to appear slimmer.
  • Bodysuit, a leotard-like undergarment, usually skintight or formfitting. Another form of shapewear.
  • Bodice, covers the body from the neck to the waist. Bodices are often low cut in the front and high in the back, and is often connected with laces or hooks. Bodices may also be reinforced with steel or bone to provide greater breast support.
  • Boy shorts, a style of panties, so named for their resemblance to male shorts.
  • Brassiere, more commonly referred to as a bra, a close-fitting garment that is worn to help lift and support a woman’s breasts
  • Bustier, a form fitting garment used to push up the bust and to shape the waist.
  • Camisole, sleeveless and covering the top part of the body. Camisoles are typically constructed of light materials and feature thin “spaghetti straps.”
  • Camiknickers, camisole and knickers joined as one garment. Most commonly referred to as a teddy and, most recently, as a “romper.”
  • Cheeky, a term used to denote that the garment exposes the bottom part of the buttocks.
  • Chemise, a one-piece undergarment that is the same in shape as a straight-hanging sleeveless dress. It is similar to the babydoll, but it is fitted more closely around the hips.
  • Corset, a bodice worn to mould and shape the torso. This effect is typically achieved through boning, either of bone or steel.
  • Corselet, or merry widow, combined brassiere and girdle. The corselet is considered to be a type of foundation garment, and the modern corselet is most commonly known as a shaping slip.
  • Corsage, similar to a corset. While corsets are commonly constructed of bone or steel, the corsage utilizes elastic.
  • Drawers, a pant-like garment worn during the 19th century for modesty and warmth. Some drawers were split-leg, in that the crotch seam was left open.
  • French maid, a form of ladies’ fantasywear. One of many popular costumes used as lingerie.
  • G-string, or thong, a type of panty, characterized by a narrow piece of cloth that passes between the buttocks, and is attached to a band around the hips. A G-string or thong may be worn as a bikini bottom or as underwear by both men and women.
  • Garter/Garter belt/Suspender belt (British), used to keep stockings up.
  • Girdle, a type of foundation garment. Historically, the girdle extended from the waist to the upper thigh, though modern styles more closely resemble a tight pair of athletic shorts.
  • Granny panties, a nickname for panties that are high waisted and cover the buttocks considerably.
  • Hosiery, close-fitting, elastic garments that cover the feet and legs.
  • Jersey nightshirt, a long, loose T-shirt made of cotton, polyester, nylon, or diaphanous chiffon. Another name for a babydoll or camisole.
  • Kimono, is a T-shaped, straight-lined robes worn so that the hem falls to the ankle, with attached collars and long, wide sleeves.
  • Knickers, an alternative word for panties.
  • Negligee, a dressing gown. It is usually floor length, though it can be knee length as well.
  • Nightgown, or nightie, a loosely hanging item of nightwear, may vary from hip-length (babydoll) to floor-length (peignoir).
  • Nightshirt, a shirt meant to be worn while sleeping. It is usually longer and looser than the average T-shirt, and it is typically made of softer material.
  • Panties, underwear that come in all shapes, fabrics and colours, allowing you to have lots of coverage or barely any coverage at all.
  • Peignoir, a long outer garment which is frequently sheer and made of chiffon or another translucent fabric
  • Petticoat, an underskirt. Petticoats were prominent throughout the 16th to 20th centuries. Today, petticoats are typically worn to add fullness to skirts in the Gothic and Lolita subcultures.
  • Pettipants, a type of bloomer featuring ruffles, resembling petticoats. Pettipants are most commonly worn by square dancers and people participating in historical reenactment.
  • Robe, a garment worn to cover the body. A robe may be floor-length, knee-length, or shorter, and it is commonly worn over and as lingerie.
  • Slip, typically worn underneath clothing. Originally, slips were worn to prevent underwear from showing through thin clothing and to help clothing to hang properly on the body. Slips are found in both full and half styles, and are typically made of smooth fabric like silk or satin.
  • Spanky-pants, Spankies, or Spanks, a type of shapewear most commonly worn by cheerleaders. Spanks help to create the illusion of a slimmer figure; they are often worn as shorts, tanks, or girdle-like bodices.
  • Stockings, another term for hosiery.
  • Stringbody (sv), a tight, benlöst full body garment whose lower tail consists of a narrow piece that goes between the buttocks. The garment has been developed from the much older bodysuits.
  • Tanga, a type of panty featuring full back and front coverage, but string-like sides that are typically thicker than those found on a string bikini.
  • Tap pants, a type of short typically made of lace, silk, or satin.
  • Teddy, an undergarment that resembles the shape of a one-piece bathing suit because it is typically sleeveless, and sometimes even strapless.
  • Torsolette, a shorter version of the corselette. It is very similar to the Basque, and is sometimes called a merry widow. The Torsolette may also feature detachable garters.
  • Trunks, a type of briefs, usually color-coordinated, most commonly worn by gymnasts under their leotards.
  • Undergarment, a garment which one wears underneath clothes. Also known as “underwear.”
  • Unitard, a one piece, skin tight garment. Though not typically worn as lingerie, a unitard is considered a type of shapewear.

Casmir Lingerie – Photo Shoot Video

We recently added the beautiful products from Casmir Lingerie at LustreLingerie. You can browse the Casmir Lingerie collection here.

Meanwhile, go behind the scenes and watch the Casmir Lingerie photo video:

 

Casmir Lingerie is a scintillating European lingerie brand using fabrics only from Europe. It oozes feminity and sex appeal.

Casmir LingerieCasmir Lingerie is created with the aim of elegance and simplicity in mind.

Each product by Casmir is regularly reworked by the creators to ensure that there products are right up to date with the lingerie fashion market, ensuring colours and tones are in vogue.

It creates amazing bodies, babydolls, open bras, chemises and much more.

Casmir is simply the label every woman must have in her wardrobe. This a brand which will definitely raise the richter scale in households around the country.

Lingerie are women’s undergarments, and may imply their being fashionable and alluring.

Lingerie undergarments use flexible, stretchy, sheer, or decorative materials like Lycra, nylon (nylon tricot), polyester, satin, lace, silk and sheer fabric. Certain cotton or synthetic undergarments are also lingerie.

The word lingerie derives from the French word linge, meaning ‘linen‘. So faire le linge, comes to mean “do the laundry”. In French the word lingerie applies to all undergarments for either sex.

In English it means women’s underwear or nightclothes Informal usage suggests visually appealing or even erotic clothing. Although most lingerie is designed to be worn by women some men, known as “crossdressers”, do in fact wear lingerie.

  • Babydoll, a short nightgown, or negligee intended as nightwear for women. A shorter style, it is often worn with panties. Babydolls are typically loose-fitting with an empire waist and thin straps.
  • Basque, a tight, form-fitting bodice or coat.
  • Bedjacket, worn over a nightgown or negligee for warmth and modesty.
  • Bikini, a two piece consisting of a bra and panties, G-string or thong.
  • Bloomers, baggy underwear that extends to just below or above the knee. Bloomers were worn for several decades during the first part of the 20th century, but are not widely worn today. Also a nickname for cheerleading briefs.
  • Bodystocking, a unitard. Bodystockings may be worn over the torso, or they may be worn over the thighs and abdomen. They are typically used by women in order to appear slimmer.
  • Bodysuit, a leotard-like undergarment, usually skintight or formfitting. Another form of shapewear.
  • Bodice, covers the body from the neck to the waist. Bodices are often low cut in the front and high in the back, and is often connected with laces or hooks. Bodices may also be reinforced with steel or bone to provide greater breast support.
  • Boy shorts, a style of panties, so named for their resemblance to male shorts.
  • Brassiere, more commonly referred to as a bra, a close-fitting garment that is worn to help lift and support a woman’s breasts
  • Bustier, a form fitting garment used to push up the bust and to shape the waist.
  • Camisole, sleeveless and covering the top part of the body. Camisoles are typically constructed of light materials and feature thin “spaghetti straps.”
  • Camiknickers, camisole and knickers joined as one garment. Most commonly referred to as a teddy and, most recently, as a “romper.”
  • Cheeky, a term used to denote that the garment exposes the bottom part of the buttocks.
  • Chemise, a one-piece undergarment that is the same in shape as a straight-hanging sleeveless dress. It is similar to the babydoll, but it is fitted more closely around the hips.
  • Corset, a bodice worn to mould and shape the torso. This effect is typically achieved through boning, either of bone or steel.
  • Corselet, or merry widow, combined brassiere and girdle. The corselet is considered to be a type of foundation garment, and the modern corselet is most commonly known as a shaping slip.
  • Corsage, similar to a corset. While corsets are commonly constructed of bone or steel, the corsage utilizes elastic.
  • Drawers, a pant-like garment worn during the 19th century for modesty and warmth. Some drawers were split-leg, in that the crotch seam was left open.
  • French maid, a form of ladies’ fantasywear. One of many popular costumes used as lingerie.
  • G-string, or thong, a type of panty, characterized by a narrow piece of cloth that passes between the buttocks, and is attached to a band around the hips. A G-string or thong may be worn as a bikini bottom or as underwear by both men and women.
  • Garter/Garter belt/Suspender belt (British), used to keep stockings up.
  • Girdle, a type of foundation garment. Historically, the girdle extended from the waist to the upper thigh, though modern styles more closely resemble a tight pair of athletic shorts.
  • Granny panties, a nickname for panties that are high waisted and cover the buttocks considerably.
  • Hosiery, close-fitting, elastic garments that cover the feet and legs.
  • Jersey nightshirt, a long, loose T-shirt made of cotton, polyester, nylon, or diaphanous chiffon. Another name for a babydoll or camisole.
  • Kimono, is a T-shaped, straight-lined robes worn so that the hem falls to the ankle, with attached collars and long, wide sleeves.
  • Knickers, an alternative word for panties.
  • Negligee, a dressing gown. It is usually floor length, though it can be knee length as well.
  • Nightgown, or nightie, a loosely hanging item of nightwear, may vary from hip-length (babydoll) to floor-length (peignoir).
  • Nightshirt, a shirt meant to be worn while sleeping. It is usually longer and looser than the average T-shirt, and it is typically made of softer material.
  • Panties, underwear that come in all shapes, fabrics and colours, allowing you to have lots of coverage or barely any coverage at all.
  • Peignoir, a long outer garment which is frequently sheer and made of chiffon or another translucent fabric
  • Petticoat, an underskirt. Petticoats were prominent throughout the 16th to 20th centuries. Today, petticoats are typically worn to add fullness to skirts in the Gothic and Lolita subcultures.
  • Pettipants, a type of bloomer featuring ruffles, resembling petticoats. Pettipants are most commonly worn by square dancers and people participating in historical reenactment.
  • Robe, a garment worn to cover the body. A robe may be floor-length, knee-length, or shorter, and it is commonly worn over and as lingerie.
  • Slip, typically worn underneath clothing. Originally, slips were worn to prevent underwear from showing through thin clothing and to help clothing to hang properly on the body. Slips are found in both full and half styles, and are typically made of smooth fabric like silk or satin.
  • Spanky-pants, Spankies, or Spanks, a type of shapewear most commonly worn by cheerleaders. Spanks help to create the illusion of a slimmer figure; they are often worn as shorts, tanks, or girdle-like bodices.
  • Stockings, another term for hosiery.
  • Stringbody (sv), a tight, benlöst full body garment whose lower tail consists of a narrow piece that goes between the buttocks. The garment has been developed from the much older bodysuits.
  • Tanga, a type of panty featuring full back and front coverage, but string-like sides that are typically thicker than those found on a string bikini.
  • Tap pants, a type of short typically made of lace, silk, or satin.
  • Teddy, an undergarment that resembles the shape of a one-piece bathing suit because it is typically sleeveless, and sometimes even strapless.
  • Torsolette, a shorter version of the corselette. It is very similar to the Basque, and is sometimes called a merry widow. The Torsolette may also feature detachable garters.
  • Trunks, a type of briefs, usually color-coordinated, most commonly worn by gymnasts under their leotards.
  • Undergarment, a garment which one wears underneath clothes. Also known as “underwear.”
  • Unitard, a one piece, skin tight garment. Though not typically worn as lingerie, a unitard is considered a type of shapewear.