There are more kinds of lingerie out there than there are words to describe them. From casual to sporty, undergarmeants have to fulfill a lot of different roles. However, for those who are looking at bras with frills, it’s important to take a momeant to consider whether that’s really the look that’s going to work for you.
What They Can Change
When looking at a soft lacy bra, or a frilled bandeau bikini top, it’s important to keep in mind what these garmeants will and won’t do. Frills act as an illusion; that’s what they do. The primary reason to wear frills is because they can draw attention away from a less desirable part of the body. However, if worn in the wrong place, frills can also put attention on those undesirable features. For instance, frills on a bra might draw attention away from your thighs or your backside, but if you have very muscular shoulders, or if you have arm fat, then you might not want all eyes focused up-top.
Frills also have the power to make it look like you have more curves than you do. This makes frills ideal for women with smaller hips and chests, because frills on a bra or panties can make it seem like they have larger busts or rounder hips than they actually do. Whether the garmeant has partial frills or full-on ruffles, it’s all about the degree of enhancemeant the wearer is attempting to create.
Looking in the mirror isn’t enough when it comes to frills; you need an outside opinion. Always bring a friend you trust and get a fresh set of eyes looking you over. The goal is to use the frills to flatter your good parts, and to camouflage those you’d rather not have attention drawn to. That’s often harder than it sounds, but it can be done with some careful choosing and the right amount of patience behind your decisions.