Classic vintage style corset. Ivory white Wedding corset/ prom/ steampunk. Made to measure
It's a long-standing tradition that corsets are worn under wedding dresses, and every bride has been doing that for ages. The tradition is very praised and appreciated that there are now wedding dresses with corsets sewn into the waist area. This, of course, is an extra plus that comes with buying a wedding gown. However, if your wedding dress is perfect and does not contain a sewn-in corset, do you consider buying a corset? As always there are different types of corsets and they are super sexy, but at the end of the day they are all very uncomfortable. Here is a list of reasons why you should not wear a wedding corset:
- Feeling unusual and exhausting
If you're not used to putting on a corset, putting on a corset on your wedding day is probably not a good idea. First, your wedding day should be full of dancing, exercise and fun times. How can you possibly move on with a wedding corset? Especially if you are not used to it!
- Strange forms under your dress
Corsets are about tightening your waist and giving you a silhouette that you can die for, but they are also associated with a price. On a corset bumps and different burrs and lumps can be present. And under your wedding dress they look very disappointing. A definite NO!
- "But I want a wedding corset!"
If you refuse to wear a wedding corset, you can choose one that is absolutely flawless this from FairyGothMother, Or look for those with a smooth outer surface that do not look so obvious on the outside.
If you want an enviable silhouette, but do not want to wear a wedding corset and do not know what to do, then shapewear is your next best option. There are many types of shapewear that will shrink your waistline.