Romantic lingerie picks for Valentine's Day

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Honeydew Intimates Lace Boyshorts

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First and foremost, we think your underthings should say "confident!"—not "uncomfortable!".

But after you've got your fit figured out, your specific style is completely up to you. See a few of our favorite things here, or check out more of the season's best looks.

Cutesy hearts get an upgrade in this black-and-red number that shouts confidence.

Honeydew Intimates Lace Boyshorts, $14, Nordstrom.com







Topshop Lace and Mesh Strapless Bra

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Will you be more of a Marilyn or a Sophia in this? Doesn't really matter—you're channeling old Hollywood glamour either way.

Topshop Lace and Mesh Strapless Bra, $40, Topshop.com



(See more: Valentine's Day date-night dresses)





Pleasure State My Fit OMB Plunge Super Boost Bra

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Nothing like snakeskin to make a girl feel bold. Show a little strap underneath a black tanktop and you'll be ready to take on anything.

Pleasure State My Fit OMB Plunge Super Boost Bra, $65, PleasureState.com











Victoria's Secret Hiphugger Panty

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A classic, just like you. Hiphugger Panty in Cotton, about $8.50 (styles and prices vary), VictoriasSecret.com














Juicy Couture Shorts with Lace

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Shorts say you're a little sporty—but the bows and lace show that you like to be girlie, too.

Juicy Couture Shorts with Lace, $21, Shopbop.com













Freya Marina Padded Half Cup Underwire Bra

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Jewel tones and understated lace? Your style reflects the queen you are.

Freya Marina Padded Half Cup Underwire Bra, $46, BareNecessities.com












Anthropologie Panthera Bra

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The high-waisted panty and deep sweetheart neckline of this set say you love a good Mad Men binge—but the fierce print says you're a more modern woman.

Anthropologie Panthera Bra + Panty Set; bra $38, panty $28; Anthropologie.com







Only Hearts Organic Cotton Lace Chemise

(Photo courtesy of Only Hearts)

Delicate but not too precious, this little slip is ideal for Saturday morning pancakes—made by him, of course.

Only Hearts Organic Cotton Lace Chemise, $53, OnlyHearts.com












Anthropologie Printplay Hipster

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Not quite ready to do the mixed patterns and prints thing? No probo—this little panty has you covered (literally).

Anthropologie Printplay Hipster, $18, Anthropologie.com








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