Whether you prefer seductive and alluring or beautiful and romantic, this list will have you rethinking your intimates and rewriting your holiday wish list. Treat yourself or a loved one to one of these pretty little lacy numbers.
Give into sumptuous decadence with this silk-blend chemise from lingerie's finest label, La Perla. Delicate chantilly lace trim adds feminine appeal to the very sexy nude mesh panels, while its steel blue hue adds modern charm.
Sultry details make this Stella McCartney midnight-blue chemise a seductive piece as well as a beautiful sleepwear option. Unexpected cut-outs take this little romantic number right into sexy territory.
Don't be fooled by the term delicate baby doll, as this pretty Agent Provocatuer piece is anything but juvenile. An open front feels decadently glamorous, while a scalloped pink trim adds vintage appeal.
Give your intimates a bit of edge with the illusion of scalloped tattoos as seen on this featherweight mesh bodysuit from Elsa Lingerie. Seductive, yet sophisticated, this sheer lace bodysuit's handcrafted design inspires elegance and beauty.
Inspired by the designer's gorgeous bridal wear line, this gorgeous silk nightgown from Jenny Packham is the last word in timeless elegance. Cut on the bias to skim every curve, this silk lace gown is a true loungewear luxury.
Give your lingerie a dash of sartorial cool with this tuxedo-inspired cotton sleep shirt. Detailed finishes such as french cuffs and a detachable silk tie give this semi-sheer shirt borrowed-from-the-boys style.
Inspired by iconic Parisian fashion, this vintage-styled lace ruffle slip from Victoria's SecretDesigner Collection is the epitome of romance. From its amour-red hue to its mesh ruffles, this slip will not disappoint.
This stylized collection from La Perla features the most beautifully intricate details such as nude tulle that disappears on the body and refined eyelash lace. Luxurious silk and the gown length create drama we've come to expect from the glamorous Italian label.
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