When pondering the richness of lingerie, one should never forget the many silky sleepwear sets that you can wear whilst you drift of into a world of lingerie dreams. From full length nightgowns to shorter babydolls, there really is sleepwear available for every mood and season. In this article I’m featuring some of the wonderful silk chemises made by Alexander Del Rossa. Not only are they truly beautiful, I find that there is something almost architectural about them. They don’t look good by accident, they sweep and cling and enhance by design.
This classic nightgown (pictured at the outset of the article) is all about the bosom, and even if you’re not naturally endowed with one, you’ll find that the *ahem* engineering of this item makes the most of whatever you have, even if it’s Schwarzenegger style pecs.
The chiffon trim does make this nightgown look a little dress like, but it does so in a stylish 1920’s flapper style sort of way that I find hard to resist.
Last, but certainly not least, a lace trim nightgown that’s a little playful and a little naughty. The sheerness of the lace makes the gown a little shorter (well, the part that covers your body from prying eyes anyway.)
Did I say the lace trim nightgown was the last? I couldn’t leave this article without at least mentioning the wonderful, almost flamenco inspired long chiffon iteration of the Alexander Del Rossa nightgown. If you’re looking for something rega, and sweeping, this might just be the nightgown for you.