What Kind Of Lingerie Do Women Prefer?

What lingerie women prefer is a question that lingerie manufacturers need to ask before they
offer their products or sale, as this is a dynamic industry marked by changing tastes and preferences.

An array of colors from pastel pink and lavender to more bold red and black spell out the choices you have, whether in sleepwear, teddies, bustiers, or thongs. Bras, comfy panties, slips, camisoles, girdles, robes, nightshirts, pajamas, nylons: the manufacturers of modern-day lingerie has them all. Interestingly, among the fastest selling lingerie are thongs.

The manufacturers want women to give sufficient consideration to color and fabric of the lingerie. They feel that lingerie need not only look great it must feel even better. Not only should women enjoy touching it, but also enjoy wearing it. Always smooth to the touch and feeling great, silks and satins are always great choices.

Among popular lingerie items are panties, also known as briefs, knicks and smalls, as well as camisoles, which are pretty and charming underwear. Satin and charmeuse are the fabrics lingerie manufacturers use to make slips, either half or full. A most intricate piece of lingerie is the bra, or brassiere. The manufacturers classify them into sports, push-up, strapless and padded bras. Nightwear essentials include nighties, nightgowns and nightshirts.

Nylon stockings are also popular items of lingerie. They appeal to two types of women. The first are those who are not very adventurous, when it comes to fashion. The second, ironically, are women with good figures, and who want to flaunt it.

Myriad sizes, colors and designs are characteristic of the nylon stockings available, these days. Black stockings vie with nude-colored stockings to attract discerning women's attention. Opaque and tan are other popular shades.

Clearly, manufacturers pay a great deal of care and attention in picking fine fabrics and design. According to some manufacturers, their own unique designs and more color choices than other players in the market help them woo modern women. They are also constantly looking for new designers to complement their existing ranges.

The use of primary colors in lingerie products by some American manufacturers help make them very attractive and different from other manufacturers in the market, who go after subtle colors, including European manufacturers. For instance, a range of silk chemise nightwear introduced a few years ago enjoyed great popularity.

A perfect blend of style and comfort, and soothing fabrics like cotton, silk, satin, nylon and lace: clearly, this is the recipe that some manufacturers use to woo the modern woman.