Every woman should have a bra that fits her well – something you’re wearing for 16+ hours a day should be comfortable! This rings true even more on your wedding day. Along with making sure you’re comfortable, the right undergarments will do more to make you look your best than anything else. Don’t let all the time you spent searching for the perfect dress go to waste by throwing on an ill-fitted bra; let Le Mystere show you the perfect bra to wear under your wedding dress.
Every bride has different stressors and things that could become a logistical nightmare on her wedding day. One thing that shouldn’t get in your way is your underwear. Strapless bras that stay up, low-back bras that don’t show under your dress, slimming panties that actually slim. Le Mystere, a staple on Oprah’s list of her “Favorite Things” for years, offers an amazing collection of undergarments for your wedding day , along with tips and advice that will help you decide what you need to choose to wear under your wedding dress – and later that night.
If you’ve chosen a dress with a plunging neckline or an open back, the Infinite Possibilities Plunge Bra can be worn 6 different ways while giving your chest a boost. If your wedding dress is a slim-fitting sheath or mermaid style, you may need a slimming, supportive underwear: the Sophia Lace High Waist Slimmer can do just that, while looking beautiful and feeling luxurious at the same time. Or if you’ve chosen a strapless wedding gown and need support, a bustier might be the right choice. The Sensuelle Bustier is perfect, and transitions elegantly into evening lingerie, as well. Whatever you need, the perfect dress deserves the perfect bra.
Le Mystere also offers daily solutions, like t-shirt bras, nursing and maternity bras, and options for full-figured and petite women.
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