The style trend of underwear as outwear allows you to expand your wardrobe from the bedroom to the streets in a chic and sexy way. You can put a corset over a button down or place a bandeau under a blazer to find the ideal middle ground between showing skin and covering up. Upgrade the bodysuit. Get down with leather. Give texture to a bland outfit with lace under a sheer shirt.
No matter how decent yourself in your out world. But you can choose to be pretty dirty in your own inner world as much as you need. Get started with wearing matching bra and panty sets if you’re new in discovering lingerie secrets. Never forget that you can enjoy yourself alone being little sexy and dirty just inside your own mind.
There are endless opportunities to incorporate your lingerie into an every day look. Surf our products for some inspiration.
Thanks to quarantine, loungewear is more popular than ever. After all, when you’re spending a lot of time at home for the foreseeable future, it just makes sense to invest in nice “at home” clothes. But loungewear doesn’t just have to be limited to the house.
Lounge attire is incredibly versatile, allowing for any number of ensembles once we eventually (and safely) begin to socialize in public again. And let’s not forget we’re also in the season of virtual calls for the holidays. Wearing nice pajamas for that at-home gifting experience with the grandparents or a bit of sparkle for a virtual holiday party is the perfect way to lift your spirits and make this stressful time a little more special instead.
We at Bang Intimates are concerned on special lingerie that has a similar hand feel and creativity to the best luxury lines, while also remaining priced in a way that’s accessible to many.
Size flexible, versatile, and frequently affordable, robes are the perfect entry point to intimate apparel, allowing you to “test the waters” of lingerie. Whether you wear this Cheetah Bralette at home or as a light jacket out and about, this modal feels like butter against the skin and is perfect for upping your loungewear game.
A chemise, for example, would also look brilliant as a dress, and a pajama short could look lovely with a softly distressed t-shirt. However, no matter what you pick, know that you have options underneath your regular clothes which can give you a little tuning up while you wear them.