Once you know what styles of pants are suitable, the final task is to head out and choose the perfect pair. Again this is very much a case of trial and error and comfort must take precedence - it's no good wearing a pair of kinky briefs if you spend most of the day popping to the loo to 'correct them' (I think you know what we mean!). Take your time choosing your wedding pants and make sure that you choose the most suitable pair.
Just to be clear, when we refer to hosiery, we are talking about all those items that can be worn on the legs - in particular stockings and tights.
Of course hosiery is not an essential purchase, but many Bride's will choose to incorporate it due to it's ability to add shape and warmth to the wearer. There are a few things to consider before purchasing any wedding hosiery; namley the colour, the comfort, and the compatability - let's start with the last one.
The gown you have chosen will have a large impact on which wedding hosiery will complement the dress the best. Figure hugging outfits will not work well with a suspender belt and a pair of slimming tights may be a much better option (particularly for any Bride not blessed with a washboard stomach). For those Bride's steering away from the close fitting outfits, the choices are less limited. The rather attractive (?) pop-socks are even an option, but we'd strongly suggest that you avoid hitching your skirt up for the photographs and making sure that you remove them before your new hubby catches a glimpse!
The other area to think about when it comes to 'compatability', is the feet. In some cases the style of the skirt element of the dress will mean that the feet will not be visible at all, whilst in others the toes will be hidden by a pair if full fitting shoes. However, for those of you who will have their tootsies on display, one of the biggest faux-pas is to wear hosiery with re-inforced toes. Avoid drawing unecessary attention to your feet by plumping for a pair of tights/stockings with a sheer toe area or, better still, no toe-seam at all.