The Right Bridal Lingerie for Your Special Day


Your wedding day is the most important day of your life, and your wedding night is second only in importance. Some women spend just as much time planning and choosing their bridal lingerie as they do their wedding dress, because they recognize that both their wedding day and night should be memorable occasions. Whether you choose a demure, classic nightgown or a sexy, racy, garter belt and thong/camisole set, the lingerie that you choose should reflect your personality, style, and taste. Men are very visual, and after a long and memorable day of vow-saying, cake cutting, present opening, and toasting, what better way to make his eyes pop out of his head on that first night together as man and wife then with the right sexy lingerie?

When you begin lingerie shopping, ask yourself which type of wedding night wear you are interested in. Sheer baby dolls and night gowns send one message, while a fire engine red thong and bustier sends quite another. Think about your new husband, too, and what his preferences may be. Most men love sexy thongs, but some do not. Some men love thigh high stockings, and some do not. Just remember, that if you are not comfortable in the lingerie that you choose, you will not be able to exude sexy confidence on your honeymoon night, which, after all, is the goal of wearing lingerie in the first place. So although it is important to consider his preferences, yours should definitely take priority.

As far as sizing goes, most online bridal lingerie retailers offer sizing charts and the best way to ensure that you get the proper fit is to take out a tape measurer and record your exact measurements.

Finding your band size includes measuring under your bust, without a bra. Pull the tape measurer across and around your rib cage, and add three to the measurement number. Remember, that most women have one breast that is larger than the other, so a stretchy bustier or bra top is best. To measure cup size, stand with your arms at your sides, and measure beginning from the fullest part of your breast across the length of your bust, making sure that the measuring tape is parallel with the ground.

For other body measurements, use your dress size, and the manufacturers sizing chart, as a key. If, for example, you normally wear a size 10 or 12 dress, you can expect your lingerie to fit accordingly.

Whichever type of bridal lingerie you choose, remember that you only get one wedding night, so make it memorable.

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