After The Aisle

Ok ladies, let’s be honest sometimes when we get dressed it is not necessarily to go out. But you still want to be flawless! After all, you are a newlywed and keeping your new hubby on his toes is a MUST. Now all of us are not daring or completely comfortable baring it all so here are a few different types of lingerie to set the mood and keep you feeling your best!

Source: Victoria Secret
Conservative

Source: Victoria Secret
Conservative

You can be fully covered and still be a total knockout in an intimate setting. The key to pulling off lingerie is being completely comfortable and confident. So if wearing a satin teddy makes you comfortable enough to strut your stuff, that is the best choice for you. Wearing something more “racy “can make you self-conscious making this special time awkward and unromantic. Your hubby will appreciate you being authentically  to you.

Source: Victoria Secret
Classic

Designer: La Perla
Source: Nordstrom
Classic

Classic lingerie is perfect and generally flattering for most body types. It shows some skin but not everything and if you find the right piece it will flatter your favorite areas and hide the least favorite. Silk robes, mesh tanks and ruffled camisoles are great examples of classic pieces. Go for these type pieces if you are new to wearing lingerie and are not completely sure what will be the best choice.

Source: Victoria Secret

 

Source: Bloomingdales
Designer: Agent Provocateur

Saucy lingerie sets are not for the weak at heart. They generally bare all your gifts and leave no room for the imagination. They also usually have “racey”  details such as suspenders, straps, mesh inserts and bustiers. This lingerie is the definition of taking it to the next level, perfect for the  super confident and sassy newly-wed.

 

 Make sure that no matter your choice conservative, classic or saucy, that it fits you well and gives you the fun, flirty and girly feeling every woman gets when she looks and feels fantastic. So what’s your lingerie type? Or are you a mixture? Let us know in the comments below!

 

 Curated by our Fashion Blogger, Abbria McWhite who happens to be a Bridal Stylist. Abbria is the owner and founder of  Middle Of Fashion. Keep up with Abbria on Instagram here: The Wedding Stylist