Part of completing any outfit is what is worn underneath. Proper undergarments provide smooth lines and support so that your clothes look the best they can. Also, lingerie has the effect of  adding an extra spring in your step! The feeling of something pretty hidden underneath your clothes brings a look full circle, and can be especially important on your wedding night and honeymoon! Lingerie is also great as bachelorette party novelties, gift-giving, foundational pieces or when you want to treat yourself to something special. Read below for intimate apparel trends and essential items!

First Blush

Color: A standard in many wedding collections are blush and light pink tones. Similar and other flattering colors include nude tones, pretty peach tones, and dusty rose colors.

Lingerie from top left to bottom right: Agent Provocateur, La Perla, Lascivious, Fleur of England. All images from Stylesight.

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Color: A great way to incorporate that “something blue” is with intimate apparel!  Sky inspired hues to powder blues will be popular during this upcoming wedding season. Many intricate details will include periwinkle and violet appliques, or aqua and seafoam colors. Textured fabrics are also great when using a brighter shade of blue.

Lingerie from top left to bottom right: Cosabella, Stella McCartney, Araks, Fleur of England. All images from Stylesight.

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Theme: The 1930’s Hollywood glamour will be a staple  in bridal collections this upcoming season. Flowy nightgowns  will range from midi- to floor length and use fabrics such as silk, charmeuse and velvet. Beading and fringe trims will also be used to create a vintage and luxurious look.

Image: Somerset by Alice Temperley, from Stylesight.

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Theme: Bohemian and romantic touches will also emerge this during this bridal season, with loose and flowy kimonos lined with fringe and lace. 70’s inspired rompers and bodysuits will also be popular, and very comfortable! Fabrics will be natural, such as cotton, and details such as colorful embroidery will enhance  the boho feel.

Image: Anthropologie, from Stylesight.

The author: Angeline Frame

Angeline is the owner/publisher of Virginia Bride Magazine and the show producer for The Greater Virginia Bridal Shows. She has a degree in Public Administration and Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University. A former model and wedding venue owner- she loves all things wedding , fashion and decorating. In her spare time she likes to write, travel and get new ideas to share with brides.
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