Post # 17
wow – really? Did you mean their bra was showing somehow – or do you mean their panties. There was so much fabric / layers to my dress, there’s no way anyone would have seen my (blue!) panties….
I’ve never seen a brides undergarments before…. and I’ve been to TONS of weddings.
Post # 18
@An Alaskan Bride:
Totaly!!!! Lol, but my dress has like 4 layers, so I think I am safe 🙂
Post # 19
The day after we got engaged in Mexico there was a wedding at the resort. The bride was wearing a thick fabric dress, (taffeta maybe?) but you could clearly see her underwear. It was white so the details didnt’ show but you could clearly see the whole outline of it, (it was full coverage). I was so emberrassed for her.
Post # 20
Is this more common with lace dresses? or a type of material? I cant imagine, I’d probably die lol! That would suck! But why wouldnt you make sure before hand?? but maybe it never came to mind….EEK!
Post # 21
I think this is reason enough to ensure that your dress is properly lined and not too tight!
Post # 22
Wow. Definitely will be wearing a slip under my white dress…
Post # 23
Note to self: Do a panty check outside before heading to the church!
Post # 24
Even though most dresses are lined, this would definitely be a possibility with any form-fitting dress and/ or one made of lightweight fabric. Bright sunlight or flash can really illuminate this. Same problem with cups.
Post # 25
White underwear is a big no-no-it’s so obvious when worn with white clothing. Just wear nude colored undergarments and do a “light” test before you head out:)
Post # 26
I did a panty check, but my back-up plan was commando!
Post # 27
I can totally see that, no pun intended. lol Commando is definitely better than VPL!
Post # 28
Good thing I have bridesmaids who will speak up! But with a wedding when the sun is still out I will definitely remember to do a chonie check!
Post # 29
Eeek, this makes me glad I have a ballgown! 🙂