The key thing to remember is that the bra should work with the chosen outfit and not ruin the image in any way - there is nothing worse than the Bride's bra straps on display at a wedding!
Whilst image is crucial, comfort and support are also of critical importance. Insufficient support will detract from the overall appearance and not help in creating a dramatic entrance, while cutting wires and straps can leave a Bride irritated and uncomfortable throughout the day. We mentioned it at the outset of this article, but it is worth reminding you that practicality is more important than sexiness.
For those wof you ho plan to 'go commando' on the day, this part of the article will be of little interest. However, for the remainder, the pants are one of the key parts of your wedding lingerie.
Whether it's thongs, g-strings, shorts, hipsters or whatever, as with the bra, there certainly is a lot of choice. But before you rush straight out and buy a pair of your favourites, it is essential that you determine what scope you have.
Certain dresses will allow for a whole range of pants to be worn with them - ballgown and a-line profile gowns in particular are very forgiving. However, some column profiles, and nearly all bias cut profile gowns, will require a great deal of trial and error in order to determine what pants can are suitable. Any dress with a figure hugging skirt is prone to displaying underwear lines and drawing unwanted attention to that area if the gown, so make sure that you check this out when you try your dress on. If lines are visible regardless of what pants you wear, you will either have to grin and bear it, go commando, or shop around for some hosiery with built-in underwear.