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Not to get all weird and talk about undies and unmentionables, but have you thought about what you will wear beneath your wedding dress? Depending on the style of your gown your undergarments can make or break your wedding day look! Having the proper bra is oh-so-important to making your wedding dress fit and look its best, but you want what you wear underneath to look equally pretty for the wedding night, am I right? I wanted to share with you two of my absolute FAVES when it comes to wedding day undergarments:
This is the style of bra I wore on my wedding day. It has bra hooks all the way up the back, it kept my chest up where it belonged and smoothed out any lumps in my midsection – so it was perfect for my strapless wedding dress. The bra was comfortable and made my dress look great! You can find this bra on Amazon and it comes in multiple colors and sizes so you’re sure to find the perfect fit.
When it comes to undies, I’d never been much of a thong girl… until I discovered Hanky Panky, that is! These pretty lace thongs are one size fits all and (you probably won’t believe it- I didn’t either when I heard about them) but they are actually REALLY comfortable. Plus, they’re lacy and lovely and come in lots of pretty colors. Snag some blue Hanky Panky lace thongs to wear as your “something blue” for your big day! They are actually running a HUGE Memorial Day Sale so check it out and you could save up to 65% Off! Ends 5/27.
Have you decided what to wear under your wedding dress? Share a great resource we might have missed in the comments below!
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