When you wear French satin knickers as they were originally intended -- with a matching bra, bustier, corset or camisole, combined with a garter belt and stockings -- you create a classic vision of femininity that never loses its appeal.
With a shortage of larger cupped bras readily available, or those that lack femininity or comfort, Wacoal's G-Cup collection offers three beautiful styles for spring 2007: Keep it Classic, Romantic Inspirations, and Pretty and Polished.
The inspiration which maintains Italian designs apart from others betrays a severity and a maturity quite absent in the playfulness or femininity of the French, and the casual sophistication of the Americans and Australians.
Along the same line of rebellion, some parents find that school uniforms restrict girls desire to express themselves and their femininity, thus promoting promiscuous behavior within the female student body.
Claiming the inspiration of femininity and elegance, Furla is also accentuated with "techno-artisan" elements which distinguish this line from other upscale designers such as Chanel and Louis Vuitton.
Bad fairies are some of the most versatile tattoos around, and they symbolize some of the things a lot of individuals appreciate - power, femininity, youth, beauty and a touch of naughtiness.
These magical winged creatures can be an ornate centerpiece for a tattoo design, a delicate accent to lend femininity to a tribal tattoo, or they stand alone nicely in a simple tattoo design.
Today, the corset is a sign of femininity, and plus size strapless corsets are worn not only as lingerie or an undergarment, but also for the Goth look when it is worn as an outer garment.
The knickers worn by can-can dancers were trimmed with many layers of lace, but for most women, a little bit of frill around each leg was all that was necessary to enhance the femininity.
Zyrowski, Lamartine (1896); and perhaps best of all in the Preface to Emile Legouis' Clarendon Press edition of Jocelyn (1906), where a vigorous effort is made to combat the idea of Lamartine's sentimentality and femininity as a poet.