Tuesday, 8 December 2009

Designer Lingerie : Tips For Choosing and Cleaning


Designer lingerie are lingerie produced by top designers. They cost a lot more than other lingerie sold in the market. This is for the reason that they are made with material of good quality. Also, the fact that they are made by designers with popular names in the fashion industry means that they can

Designer lingerie and your attributes

Most designer lingerie have such a good design that they have a way of flattering your figure. However, in most cases, it's a matter of choosing those which match well with your own attributes. For example, in choosing the color of your bras and other designer lingerie, you don't have to always base it on the tone of your skin. Instead, you can use your hair color as a determining factor of the designer lingerie's color. If your hair is brunette, consider wearing earth tones or strong colors. If red is the color of your hair, choosing either earth tones or sassy colors is advisable. Lastly, if you're blonde, then it's best to consider donning pastel colors for your designer lingerie.

Cleaning tips

Since most designer lingerie are made of quality material, they typically last longer than other lingerie. That is not to say that you must not take into account proper maintenance. In fact, most designer lingerie have delicate material which can't be cleaned or maintained by just any kind of detergent. That’s why it’s always best to refer to manufacturer’s instructions for safe maintenance.

When cleaning designer lingerie made of cotton, you don’t have to worry about their durability. They can usually be washed using a washing machine. However, the difficulty lies in the drying. Most cotton designer lingerie expand horizontally and/or shrink vertically after subjecting them to heat in the dryer.

If your designer lingerie is made of silk, you only have two options. One is to wash them by hand and two is to send them to the dry cleaner. If you opt to do the first process, make sure that you use mild laundry soap. Do not rub them too much as this can effect damage on them. Use lukewarm water when rinsing them. Instead of drying them with a dryer, use towels to twist dry them. After this, you can use iron to dry them while they’re still damp.

Article Source : www.lingeriearticles.com

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