Surprising but true. One of the most stylish Russian magazines prohibits girls from wearing lace underwear and speaks in favor of minimalistic and even almost sporty.
What's the matter? In order not to be unfounded, I will quote from the March issue of GQ: "Lingerie with circles and other patterns reminds of the kitsch frenzy of the NEP era." This cruel statement is an editorial covenant published under the "UP & DOWN" column. Instead of a seductive play with translucent materials, we are advised "simple underwear. For example, by American Apparel or Calvin Klein. It doesn't matter: underwear that is not weighed down by designer fantasies does not distract attention from the most important thing (but emphasizes it correctly)."
I strongly disagree. Lingerie with lace, embroidery, bold appliqués, ribbon decor is simply impossible to compare with minimalistic sports-style lingerie. Laconic underwear is good for everyday life, when you need to quickly and quickly get dressed, and so that the seams from the panties are not visible through the skirt, and the lace pattern on the bodice does not shine through the blouse. But can it really create a mood and awaken fantasy in a girl? Never!