Being a boudoir photographer I have seen my fair share of lingerie
From trashy to extremely classy and elegant. It is all about personal preference and what kind of mood you are trying to set with it. I have always been a fan of women wearing lingerie. Maybe that would explain why, at the age of 17, I got a job working at Victoria's Secret. That's right, a guy working at Victoria's Secret. Hard to believe. My girlfriend loved it, and my guy friends thought I was super cool and lucky to be working around lots of women wearing lingerie all day. Although as glamourous as it may sound, it unfortunately was not the case.
I worked in the back room as a stocker. My job was to unpack boxes, sort bras and panties, and hang lingerie. My interaction with ANYONE lasted about five minutes out of my ENTIRE shift. The only time I would see or talk to anyone was when the customer needed a size of lingerie that was not on the sales floor. This is a generally how it would go. Sales woman: "Do we have a red, low back, lace-top, silk chemise in a size Large?" Me: "Yes."
Although I did not enjoy my job at Victoria's Secret very much, I still appreciate women wearing lingerie.
I was first introduced to Aimer Lingerie about a year ago while watching Fashion TV. Aimer is one of the leading lingerie brands in China that often features an elegant fusion of oriental and western design elements into their high quality lingerie. Unfortunately, there is not an Aimer store in the US, however some of the items are available online. I already have some lingerie selected for an upcoming boudoir photo shoot.
Enjoy the videos from the Aimer Lingerie Fashion Show and you may become a fan of their lingerie just l did.