what  to wear

under your
wedding dress

The perfect fit starts before you put on your gown—with bras, slips, and shapewear expertly designed for every style and silhouette. Here are our secrets to looking (and feeling) your best, all wedding long.

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what  to wear

mermaid & trumpet wedding dresses

Before: Your dress needs a little more drama.

After: A mermaid or trumpet slip boosts your gown’s signature shape, hugging your hips and amping up the volume at the hem.

style tip:

Pair a slip with a longline bra for a sculpting effect from shoulder to hem.

what  to wear

a-line wedding dresses

Before: Your dress looks more like a sheath than an A-line.

After: An A-line slip—which, you may be surprised, looks a lot like a mermaid slip—gives you the perfect flare and keeps the skirt from caving in as you walk.

style tip:

Underneath a sheath wedding dress, try a
bodysuit or half-slip.

what  to wear

ball gown wedding dresses

Before: Your dress feels deflated without its fairy-tale skirt.

After: A ball-gown slip enhances your dress’s pouf so you’ll float like a princess down the aisle. For the fullest bell shape, try a hoop slip, which has two adjustable rings sewn into the hem.

style tip:

Not sure what’ll work with your dress? We’re here to help—just ask!

what  to wear

tea-length wedding dresses

Before: Your cropped skirt is falling a bit flat.

After: A tea-length slip gives your short wedding dress the extra layers it needs to perk up, elevating the silhouette to something a little more wedding-ready.


Before: With a plunging neckline or open back, your bra might have peekaboo problems.

After: In one of our cleverly designed bras or corsets, your bra stays hidden, where it belongs.


Before: You want to ward off bunching, clinging, and underwear lines for good.

After: Thanks to bodysuits, briefs, and shorts in all cuts and sizes––and truly amazing, body-hugging fabric—you’ll be ready to wear any dress with confidence.