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16 Hot Lingerie Looks For A Saucy Valentine's Day (And Night)!

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    Sure, there are many out there who approach Valentine's Day with an eat-truffles-and-hibernate mindset. However, we are not among those people. Call us hopeless romantics, but we happen to love the heck out of the holiday. Whether you're coupled up or are as single as you've ever been, V-Day provides the opportunity to throw on a romantic frock or PJs, buy pink flowers for no reason, eat anything red velvet, and drink plenty of champers with your BF, BFFs, dog, cat, or whomever. Seriously, who would we be if we didn't endorse such an indulgent event?

    So, we're doing our part to make you feel extra sultry come February 14, even if your hot date involves a plate of those aforementioned truffles. Whether you're lounging around the house or hitting the town with a special someone, we're sure you can get down with our roundup of some of the prettiest unmentionables around. We're talking lovely slips, camis, bras, and panties that even the V-Day haters can get excited about. Skeptical? Just flip through our top picks, and get ready for a little sexy time.

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