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Fine Fellows In Frilly Lingerie

Updated on February 10, 2010

Nothing is so fine as a man who knows how to wear frills with style. Whether about the neck, the wrists, or beneath his clothing about his waist and legs, a man who wears frills is a man with an eye for classic ornamental style.

Unfortunately, unless one wears a frilled cravat and or perhaps pretends one is a pirate (a practice legitimized by thousands of screaming Johnny Depp fans,) one must keep ones frills confined to one's underwear. Fortunately for men who love lingerie, there are plenty of frilly fashions to take part in out there.

Frilled panties can be found in most all stores and certainly at any online lingerie retailer worth its salt. Search for 'Rhumba Panties', and you are sure to find plenty of delightful treasures to adorn yourself with. For more information on frilly panties, why not read my previous article on the subject,  How To Find Supremely Ruffled Panties.

If you are prepared to incorporate frills into brassieres, the most frilled brassieres you can imagine are often available on E Bay at quite a reasonable price. Of course, they won't be 'women's bras' they'll be bras made specifically for men. Some men find them a little over the top, whereas other men love the attention to detail, the masses of frills and the soft, pretty fabrics that are often used. It's fairly difficult, though not impossible to find actual women's bras with frills on them due to the impractical nature of trying to wear a brassiere with several pounds of frills on it.

If you're looking for other frilled lingerie, baby dolls are short nightgowns that are often frilled and are always, soft, feminine and pretty. A babydoll can be worn to bed or just around the house, however you may have some trouble incorporating it into an everyday outfit owing to its length.

Once you start keeping your eyes out for frilled lingerie, you'll find it in the most unlikely of places, some readers have indicated (in other words, they wrote to me and told me, they didn't send panty semaphore,) that they have been able to find very cute frilled lingerie in their local department stores, such as Target.

If you've yet to experience the joy of frilly lingerie, I strongly suggest you give it a try. Frills are to a man who loves lingerie what kelp is to a sushi lover. And if that doesn't convince you, then I don't know what will.


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      shazwellyn 7 years ago from Great Britain

      I am frilled with this hub! xx

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      Nanciboy 7 years ago

      Threesweds - you can wear a tennis skirt. It just takes a bit of courage. I wore a long black skirt to the San Francisco Symphony a couple of weeks ago.

      Now, back to the subject of this hub - while I don't have any frilly panties that I wear regularly (the two pair I have won't stay up) I do have lots of pairs of frillies cousin - lacy.

      Do I get credit for my pair of ruffle front shirts? They have a column of ruffles on the button hole side from neck to hem. Yes, I do wear them out in public.

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      Hope Alexander 7 years ago

      Thanks, ILoveLingerie :)

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      ILoveLingerie 7 years ago

      Congratulations on your 1000th hub, Hope!

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      threesweds 7 years ago

      Hope, you are exactly right about the joy of frilly lingerie. Rumba panties are heavenly, especially with the many colors and amounts of lace available. Years ago I purchased a pair of tennis panties with lace across the rear. Love the lace and the tight fit, only wish I could wear the the tennis skirt also.

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      Cyndie_D 7 years ago

      Hello Hope,

      As along time lingerie wearer, I found your article very frilling. Frills take my breath away. I would like to add that you left out one of the classic big time frills, petticoats. Not much opportunity for wearing them, but they are frilly.



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      Sherman 7 years ago

      I've seen a few at TJMax and Marshall's usually in smaller sizes. Not my style.