I've been undertaking a major upgrade of my lingerie wardrobe and in doing so, have discovered exactly what I like and dislike. (More on that another time. Boythongs: why do these exist?)
While I like delicate lace and silk, the one thing I CANNOT stand is the little fake bows that are plonked on most underwear, even really expensive brands. They're not even real bows - just bits of ribbon trim folded into a bow shape and tacked to the middle of a bra or knickers, which does nothing except make a small lump in the line of your clothes. Sometimes there's more than a bow - there might be a pearl, or in the most hilarious case on one of my recent online purchases, a fake enamel locket with the Eiffel Tower on it. I like Paris A LOT but I don't need that dangling from the middle of my bra. There was no mention of it in the description and you couldn't see it in the photo - in fact I don't think it was IN the photo, which makes me think there is some kind of automated process that just churns these things out randomly and attaches them at the end of production, like a games arcade grabber arm that just pulls them out of a barrel and sticks them on.
One thing I do like however, is cutting those stupid things off. The satisfaction derived is, I imagine, on a par with how Lola feels when she methodically pulls the legs off a spider one by one. There, much better. Here are some I removed earlier: