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What lies beneath: Invest in some lingerie for Valentine's

The most romantic night of the year calls for some sexynew lingerie. Katie Wright rounds up the season's sultriest sets

Published 08/02/2016

Bra and cami suspenders, £38, hold-ups, £8, Next
Bra and cami suspenders, £38, hold-ups, £8, Next
Ada Peach Embroidered Shell Bra, £50, and matching G-string, £30,
Basque and thong set, £39, La Redoute
Boux Avenue pink satin chemise, £36, Boux Avenue (now in Belfast)
Push-up babydoll with string, £26, Next
Animal print body, £19.50, Marks & Spencer

Valentine's Day falls on a Sunday this year, so why not celebrate with a cosy night in rather than a big night out - which, let's face it, will probably be plagued by heart-shaped plates and overpriced pink cocktails.

Instead of a date night dress, treat yourself to some new lingerie - or drop hints heavily to ensure your other half knows exactly what you're after.

Whether you want to go all-out in a sizzling, strappy set or prefer something a little softer, we've got the lingerie that will make you (and your Valentine) very happy indeed.

Call it the Fifty Shades effect: in recent seasons, lingerie has gone from lacy to racy, with peekaboo bras, the skimpiest of knickers and unnecessary (but very sexy) straps all over the place.

But these seductive sets aren't as uncomfortable as they look - honest.

And with added extras, like pretty lace handcuffs and eye masks, you get more bang for your buck, as it were.

Belfast Telegraph

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