As Valentine's Day approached, I remembered the first time I was in the lingerie department of a department store. I was in high school, I must have been 17/18 years old and I wanted to give a gift to my girlfriend at the time. The saleswoman came up to me and asked me what I was looking for, in what style, in what sizes, etc. I asked her to give me a gift. -Uhuu I don't really know. What's your friend like? - Well, she's a little brunette with hazelnut eyes.
To save you from this great moment of loneliness, we have undertaken to make a lingerie guide for men.
Everything about women's underwear will have no more secrets for you in a few moments. We detail everything about lingerie in 6 essential points:
A bit of history
The corset, which had supplanted any other form of underwear since the 16th century, sees its reign end at the beginning of the 20th century, to the benefit of a slow evolution in the form of bra and panties, worn first of all by the youth, the teenagers in particular. Indeed the sport is in fashion, the dance also, and in addition the women start to work.
The idea of the first modern bra is attributed to Herminie Cadolle, creator of the Cadolle house (luxury lingerie), who presented a two-piece corset in 1889 at the Paris World Fair.
The American Mary Phelps Jacobs made the first bra using two handkerchiefs and a pink ribbon, and her invention was patented on November 3, 1914. Exit thus the corset, the race with the innovation is launched and hundreds of patents will lead to the modern form of the bra, in the Fifties, as well as the creation of the standard of sizes in the USA (the famous cups