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10 Tips for wearing the right lingerie under your wedding gown .
Brought to us by Veronica Castro over at www.EntiiseLingerie.com Whether you are a bride, maid of honor, bridesmaid, or just simply party of the wedding ceremony Entiise Lingerie has a wide selection of lingerie, and gift sets to fit your needs.
Here at Entiise Lingerie we know that finding the right lingerie to wear under your wedding gown can be complicated and stressful but it doesn’t have to be.
Tip#1 Strapless vs. Backless is a common issue faced by brides. If your dress is a strapless, we recommend the Felina Strapless bra, or the Felina Bustier depending on the dress. Both provide great support and most importantly comfort. If you have chosen a backless wedding gown try the NuBra. The NuBra provides a great lift while enhancing your shape.
Tip#2 To achieve the ultimate shape in just seconds, try any of the Spanx items. Spanx come in numerous styles to cater any wedding gown or body type. Keep it all in a look 10pounds lighter in seconds with Spanx high power shaper.
Tip#3 If you have chosen a wedding gown with a low cut in the bust, try the UPlunge Bra. The UPlunge bra is perfect for any low cut dresses. The UPlunge also provide great support and lift.
Tip#4 To eliminate visible panty lines, a popular favorite is the Commando panty. Going Commando is wearing close to nothing, known as the “invisible underwear.” With invisible edges, and a seam only in the back, the Commando panty is the best way to got to eliminate panty line visibility.
Tip#5 Worried that your bra or bustier might show over your gown? Don’t panic, there is a simple solution. If you don’t ask it won’t be done, so ask your seamstress at your dress salon if your bustier or strapless bra can be tacked into your wedding dress.
Tip #6 Don’t be closed minded. Remember bustiers hold onto the bottom part of your torso so if you’re usually a 36B you can also go up or down a number size. Measuring is not an exact science. Designers use different fit models.
Tip#7 Take a close up picture of the front and back of the top of your dress, and also take a picture of yourself standing in the dress. This will help you to remember where the dress lays, and how low it goes. Most sample dresses are a size 10 so keep that in mind too, it will definitely be a better fit.
Tip #8 If you are wearing a slip dress you should stay away from the bustiers because the boning and thickness of the fabric might show through. Wear a nylon body shaper with no seams