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    Like beauty, "sexy" is in the eye of the beholder, right? And when it comes to lingerie, whatever you want to wear in the bedroom to get your engines revving is totally your business. But sometimes we come across lingerie that we assume is meant to be sexy, but seems oddly...funny, instead. Sure, the couple that laughs together stays together, but we're gonna bet most women don't want to put their partners in stitches because of something they wear to bed.

    We found 10 lingerie sets that we think are intended to be sexy, but might just make you laugh out loud instead.

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    Brides want to look their absolute best on their wedding day. Many shop for months in search of the perfect gown -- the one guests will rave about and remember forever.

    You could say these 8 overly sexy wedding dresses will definitely get people talking, though what they say may not be exactly flattering. Some brides-to-be are dead set on bringing sex-ay to the altar. Lucky for them, there are a great many hot-to-trot sheer, tight, and cut-to-way-up-there dresses from which they can choose.

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    Scores of designers are opting to show slip-like gowns that would be perfect for a beach wedding -- but make you look like a perfect mess anywhere else. Buyer beware: this trend should be treated with caution or you risk looking less like a blushing bride and more like a lady of the night.

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    Eczema flare-ups mean you can't do a lot of things. Among them: you should avoid acidic foods, sweating, and itching. Especially the itching.

    But while there might be plenty of restrictions, there are also plenty of things that you should do. Case in point: You CAN be stylish even when you are going through an uncomfortable flare-up. Here's how.

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    Happiest of birthdays to the bra! The undergarment that holds our "girls" in place, keeps our clothing looking sleek, and is probably indirectly responsible for the birth of at least a few million babies throughout modern history, turns 100 today. To be fair, the very first bra-like contraption, which looked and felt more like a torture device, dates way back to the 14th century, but women are breathing easier these days thanks to New York socialite Mary Phelps Jacob, who patented the design for a more comfortable backless bra on this date in 1914.

    More From The Stir: 7 Bra Mistakes You're Probably Making

    Since its inception, the brassiere has been reinvented and reimagined so many times it barely resembles Jacob's original concept, which basically consisted of two handkerchiefs tied in the back with a ribbon.

    More From The Stir: Are You Wearing the Wrong Bra Size?

    Here's a look back at 14 of the most memorable moments in the history of the bra.

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    I know that at 36, I'm not exactly a spring chicken anymore -- but the other day while I was getting dressed, I realized I could probably put a little more effort into trying to make myself feel remotely sexy.

    And I'm not talking about getting my ass over to the gym to try and tone up and shed a few pounds -- although that would certainly help matters too.

    And I'm also not referring to my typical work-at-home mom attire. Let's face it -- I'm not about to put on a skirt and heels when I'm not planning on moving from the kitchen island all day.

    But there is one simple thing I know would work wonders and would make me feel put together, borderline hot, and also a little bit naughty.

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    Well isn't this just great. After years of trying to find the perfect bra to lift, separate, and make us look voluptuous and womanly -- new research suggests that going braless might be better for your breasts than keeping them locked up.

    Get this one -- when you don't wear a bra? Supposedly it actually strengthens your breast muscles, which in turn wind up giving your girls a boost. Oh, and wearing a bra may make sagging even worse.

    Seriously? Who knew?

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    Mannequins are having quite a decade. They are looking more realistic than ever before and have really evolved from their 1950s cousins, which were mostly blonde and svelte. Now, stores have the option of using multiethnic life-size dolls that have round booties, curves and, in some cases, even reflect the bodies of people with disabilities. And why the heck not? Aside from having the power to make a powerful statement about beauty ideals in our society, it makes sense that we should be able to visualize how different clothing designs look on various body shapes and types since the average female consumer is not 5’9 and model-skinny.

    American Apparel has always been a company that pushed the envelope in terms of what is considered ideally beautiful. One store in New York City took things pretty far this week when it unveiled female mannequins with one asset we've yet to see: pubic hair.

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    I didn't grow up loving princesses and all-things pastel, but I've seen most Disney princess films and have absolutely nothing against these cherished characters. My daughter learned to sip juice from a Cinderella cup, and we sometimes read Snow White before bedtime. So, no princess issues for me.

    But as a grown woman, I leave the tiara-wearing and princess love to my toddler. So when I found out that one Japanese company named Bellemaison makes sexy Disney-themed lingerie for adult women, I chalked it up to "things I don't understand and never will." But I couldn't help wanting to get another glimpse. 

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    It's been a long, hard winter of crop tops. Judging by Spring's 2014 runway shows, I regret to inform you that the 90s throwback piece isn't going away quite so soon. The good news is that many new trends will be heading our way and a great deal of them are exciting and totally wearable.

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    I finally went bra shopping last weekend. It was needed, you guys. I had wires poking out of one or two of my old ones, and it seemed like my boobs were always either being smashed down or spilling out, depending on the style and cup size. I had a variety of band and cup sizes, and I was pretty sure none of them were right.

    So I saved some money and ventured out of Victoria’s Secret and into the Nordstrom lingerie department, where the bra technicians (as they shall henceforth be called in my world) measured, poked, and lifted me into the best bras I’ve ever owned.

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