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Frederick’s Of Hollywood Women’s Lace Underwire Nightgown – Ladies Sexy Lingerie Gown

About the Gown

Slip into something a little more sultry this evening with a silky lace nightgown designed by Megan Fox for Frederick’s of Hollywood. Embrace your inner seductress with delicate floral lace details and sheer mesh that creates a downright sexy blend of sensuality and femininity. The sexy piece of evening wear features an asymmetric cold shoulder, underwire boost cups, and a soft breezy fabric. Let the smooth lace effortlessly float over your body and get their heart racing in this irresistible piece.

Perfect for pairing with your other favorite pieces of FOH lingerie.

Adjustable straps, supportive padded underwire for uplift, and hook & eye closure.

Frederick’s of Hollywood

Since 1946, Frederick’s of Hollywood has set the standard for innovative apparel, introducing the push-up bra, the padded bra, and black lingerie to the U.S. Our rich history has led our company to become one of the most recognized brand names in the world. Flaunt your Frederick’s.

Product Features

  • FLAUNT YOUR FREDERICKS: Since 1946, Frederick’s of Hollywood have been providing women everywhere with innovative and confidence boosting lingerie of the highest quality. With all of the intimates we design, we want each piece to encourage you to embrace that sexy body of yours. Flaunt your Fredericks.
  • SEDUCTIVE SHEER: All of our lingerie & nightwear feature elegant design elements that make them simply irresistible. The Leia one piece toys with contrast through a combination of solid lace details and sheer mesh.
  • BREEZY FABRIC: The long nightgown slip on is crafted from a fabric that’s cool and breathable. Wear for after dark encounters or as part of an empowering outerwear ensemble.
  • PERFECT PAIR: Match the lingerie gown with the your favorite Frederick’s panties for a to-die-for romantic look.
  • SOFT FABRIC: The alluring night dress is crafted from 90% Nylon and 10% Spandex for a silky soft finish.

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