Monday, July 30, 2012

  Incredible  Sexy  Lingerie    

 So, what is your considerations when you see cute lingerie? 
Probably same as me: Ohhh, I want to buy it, look so great, so soft and sexy. Well, I need to try it on...
Yes, looks great, amazing sexy and very very comfortable. Perfect size, color and texture of fabric. 

Few words about Frill.
A strip of gathered or pleated material sewn by one side onto a garment or larger piece of material as a decorative edging or ornament.
A thing resembling such a strip in appearance or function: a frill of silver hair surrounded a shining bald pale.
A natural fringe of feathers or hair on a bird or other animals.

Does your body like silk lingerie? Have you ever been interested why your body like  silk fabric? Have you ever looked for an answer? So here it is!
Silk: a fine, strong, soft, lustrous fiber produced by silkworms in making cocoons and collected to make thread and fabric.
Silks garments made from such fabric, esp. as worn by a jockey in the colors of a particular horse owner.
Any silklike threads that grow in plants, such as at the end of an ear of corn or in a milkweed pod.
Derivatives: Old English sioloc, seolec, from late Latin sericum, neuter of Latin sericus, based on Greek Seres, the name given to the inhabitants of the Far Eastern countries from which silk first came overland to Europe.

So dear ladies, do you know where Thong 
came from?

The word "G-string" is often used interchangeably with the word "thong". However, the G-string is only one form of the thong. The normal association of the difference between a G-string and a thong is the width of the back section that passes between the wearer's buttocks, the string being more string like and narrower. Like the thong, the G-string is essentially a bottom-covering that covers the pubis and leaves the buttocks bared. The term G-string is generally used when the vertical strap in the rear of a G-string is no wider than a string.[4] In Australia, the term G-string is usually used to refer to any garments in this style, while the term thong usually refers to a kind of rubber sandal.
The thong, like its probable predecessor the loincloth, is believed to be one of the earliest forms of human clothing and is also thought to have been worn mostly or exclusively by men. It is thought the thong was probably originally developed to protect, support, or hide the male genitals. The loincloth is probably the earliest form of clothing used by mankind, having originated in the warmer climates of sub-Saharan Africa where clothing was first worn nearly 75,000 years ago. Many tribal peoples, such as some of the Khoisan people of southern Africa, wore thongs for many centuries. Much like the Japanese fundoshi, these early garments were made with the male genitalia in mind.
A descendant of the loincloth and thong is the jockstrap, created by Chicago sporting goods company Sharp & Smith in 1874.

The first historical reference to the thong since then is in 1939 New York City when
Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia
Rudi Gernreich
ordered nude dancers to dress more appropriately. Jacques Heim's and Louis RĂ©ard's original bikini from 1946 (that introduced the term bikini) had a culotte with a thong back. Fashion designer Rudi Gernreich,  who had in the mid-1960s created the first topless swimsuit, which he called the monokini, is credited with introducing the modern thong in 1974.
Thongs first became popular as a swimsuit style in South America, particularly in Brazil.[citation needed] In the 1990s, the thong began to gain wider acceptance and popularity in the United States as underwear (and, to a lesser extent, as swimwear), especially with women, but also men. In the USA and Europe, the wearing of thongs by men was once mainly limited to the dance belt, the posing pouch for bodybuilders and the realm of male strippers. Men's thongs are now more widely available and commonly worn as day-to-day underwear or swimwear. They are still not marketed as strongly to men as they are to women. In Europe thongs have been commonplace for many more years both as underwear and swimwear.

Underwear can be different style, but this is because we have our personality and different shape of our body.
What does your body like? What type of fabric? Silk? Cotton? Vinyl?
What do you wear everyday?
Probably something which is comfortable, isn't true?
What do you wear when you are going to go to party night?What you would like to wear if you are going to be Guest of Wedding?Okay so Here is Great Collection of Lingerie which will attract anyone who will able to see.This set  will  make you feel as a Queen.Fabulous and so gorgeous lingerie, let's check it out. Amazing Lingerie, absolutely perfect for party. 

Raica Oliveira (born January 22, 1984) is a Brazilian model known for her work with numerous companies, including Emanuel Ungaro, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Yves Saint Laurent, Vogue, Chanel, Lancome, Victoria's Secret, Pepe Jeans, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, JLO, H&M, Elle, Marie Claire, TNG, Ann Taylor and XOXO. As of 2008, she has been working as a fashion reporter for Jornal Record.
Raica becoming one of Brazil's most searched top models led her to be ranked in 2001 by the magazine Istoe Gente to be on of the best paid Brazilian models, earning US$300,000 for her work, which included walking in more than 76 fashion shows in only two seasons.

The 2002 calendar celebrating the Vespa, shot by Peter Beard, featured Oliveira, along with Nourchene Scherif and Mia Rosing.[8] Oliveira also posed for the Pirelli Calendar in 2005. The same year Jennifer Lopez decided to make her own clothing line and Raica was chosen to appear on the ads as the head face for the fall/ winter collection.


Angelina Jolie is an American actress and director. She has received an Academy Award, two Screen Actors Guilt
Awards, and three Golden Globe Awards, and was named Hollywood's highest-paid actress by Forbes in 2009 and 2011 


Beyonce is an American singer,songwriter, record
producer an d actress.

Kylie Minogue 

Currently Monica Bellucci is a prominent figure in the modeling business that makes a significant contribution to it's popularity.