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The greatest sexy lingerie in the world won't help you to look sexy if you don't feel sexy. Fortunately, for most people, just getting dressed in their lingerie is more than enough to start getting turned on and feeling good.
Regardless of the particular garment in question, all sexy lingerie items have certain things in common:
They look good: arguably, this is the dividing line between sexy lingerie and mere underwear. While underwear is typically designed first to be functional, and only then to look good, sexy lingerie is designed with aesthetic considerations first and foremost. It's intended to look good – except when it's intended to look spectacular!
They are generally made from the finest fabrics, including lycra, satin, silk, lace and nylon tricot, although as the border between sexy lingerie and fetish wear is approached, these fabrics may also include leather and latex. This is another way to distinguish between sexy lingerie and underwear – underwear is commonly made from cotton or polyester.
Sexy lingerie is generally intended to be worn as underwear. It's generally assumed that it will only be seen in private – or intimate – situations. For this reason, lingerie sometimes includes gaps or holes in the fabric, intended to display parts of the body usually hidden by normal underwear, in order to tease and arouse.