With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, lingerie shopping is a priority for women (and men) everywhere. Even those who’d rather curl up in well-worn flannels might consider branching out into the world of satin and lace for an evening.
Everyone is focused right now on romance ensembles, but let’s face it, you’re going to have to get some sleep after all that fun and frolic!
If you’re looking for something to slip into that keeps the romance alive but is still sleep-worthy, check out our picks for high-end Valentine’s purchases. No restricting corsets or scratchy fabrics involved — just drift off to sleep swaddled in luxury!
Lounge, sleep or play in this sleek, figure-flattering set (also shown in the main photo above). Made of super-soft silk panels, this elegant nightwear might quickly become a regular part of your bedtime routine. There are no wires here; soft darts and quilting in a stretch silk make for a sexy, comfortable fit. The shorts sit on your hips and are a perfect alternative to the not-always-desirable thong. These pieces are made to order, so there’s no need to fear the dreaded “I’m one size on the top and another on the bottom” stress. (Note: The set is also available in black.)
Keep things simple this Valentine’s with a soft tulle babydoll from La Perla. The straps are adjustable, ensuring an effortless fit. The Leavers lace inserts are sheer and seductive; this is saucy and sweet luxury in one.
The color is “siren pink” and it’s no wonder: all eyes will be on you in this little number. The bold hue may demand attention, but the silk draping will make this piece your favorite, too. Sexy lace panels and a deep V-neck spell romance: an easy choice for Valentine’s Day. (Check out our look at the rest of the sexy collection.)
This one’s for the hopeless romantics who want something a little ethereal and year-round-worthy. The powder pink chemise from Eberjey is the perfect combination of subtle color, sweet romance and effortless comfort. Polymodal jersey skims yours curves and will put you in the mood to cuddle (at least).
For the girl who isn’t interested in subtly or the bubble-gum pink often associated with February, a little black French lace might do the trick. This is Old Hollywood for the boudoir, with eyelash-trimmed silk and deep lace halter neckline.
If you’re looking for something on the frisky side, it’s hard to go wrong with this glamorous set in silky satin. Lace detailing and cute side-ties round out the come-hither look.