Happy New Year! I hope you had an awesome New Year’s Celebration. Did you come up with some new goals for 2017? Since one of my goals is to get over my awkwardness of talking into a camera, I’m working on a video to share my ideas & projects for 2017 with you. I’ve been practicing so hopefully it’s not too awkward. Yes, I have to practice;) Coming soon!
So let’s get started on the topic today – bra cups, bustier, or braless. If your bridal gown has a sweetheart neckline & a low back like my Goddaughter’s gown below, there are 3 options for you.
The 3 options are:
- Sew in Bra cups. If you would like an extra lift, I recommend asking your seamstress to sew in bra cups for extra padding. I like to keep things simple so if I don’t have to worry about an extra item like a bustier on my wedding day, I’d go for this option. Also, you would save time not having to put on a bustier.
- Seamless Bustier. My Goddaughter wanted her waist to be more cinched in and a little extra lift so I recommended a seamless bustier like the one below. It has the sweetheart neckline as well as a low back. I like the fact that it is seamless so there will not be visible lines going through your dress:
You can shop for it here on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2iMmhCN
- Braless. If you don’t need the extra lift or cinch, go braless. Most Bridal gowns already have padding in them so if you’re comfortable not wearing an undergarment, you are set.
Well, I hope this was helpful. If you have any comments or questions, feel free to share it in the comment section below.
Have a wonderful day!
I had put together a tutorial for my Goddaughter’s Bridesmaid on “How to lace a Wedding Dress Corset,” feel free to view it below: