Nightgowns are sewn from a large range of different fabrics. For everyday purposes perfect cotton fabric, soft and thin, which allows the body to breathe and feel very comfortable. Glamorous, airy chiffon will give the nightgown a sophisticated look. Elegant and aristocratic looks underwear, made of natural silk – but it is usually fairly expensive.
There is a more economical option is babydolls made of satin. They are almost not inferior to silk level of beauty and comfort, but behind them easier to maintain, because the Atlas is not so much wrinkled. Nightgowns of satin fabric usually with lace trim, it gives it an extremely refined look. This option is the night lingerie is a classic and, in my opinion, the most feminine.
Today in the market you will be able to find another kind of clothes made from interesting synthetic fabric called mesh, is woven in the fine mesh. Such fabric, on the one hand, a little bit will cover your body, and with another – will not be able to hide all your charms.
From babydolls, as each garment has its own story. Interestingly, until the late middle Ages linen in principle did not exist: men and women were sleeping or completely naked, or wearing the same clothes that they wore during the day. Then came into use some semblance of long white dresses on the night they replaced the casual clothes. Kroil first shirts equally for men and women – a shirt more reminiscent of a huge hoodie, made of a solid piece of coarse cloth.
It was not better nightgowns come from the Soviet Union – they were made of a simple satin or a children’s flannel, they are huge and formless, universal for all. Subsequently, the men called this underwear experiment a nightmare. In General, those shirts met the view of the home clothes of that time and was more convenient and practical than attractive and sexy.
However, by the end of the last century there was a tradition to decorate the neckline night gowns varied panels of lace.
Below in the photo gallery you will find nightgowns :