FashionMuse: n – negligée

Negligée: from the French: négligé, meaning “neglected” or “careless”

  1. a woman’s long flowing usually sheer dressing gown

  2. carelessly informal or incomplete attire

 

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Kate Middleton, 2002

 

So ladies – whatever you’re preferred style – long, short, lace or silk – never underestimate the power of a negligée!

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Net-A-Porter.com

 

Featured image: Sophia Loren, Marriage Italian Style (1964)

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