Post # 1
I posted a couple weeks ago about what to wear UNDER the dress. I’ve began to realize alot of people don’t even wear a bra under their dress. Did you? How did it work for you? When I purchased my dress, I tried it on without a bra and it was fine, but not sure how it’d all work for the day of.
Post # 2
onthefritz: I wore a long line bra. My seamstress suggested it (my boobs are kind of big) and it made them look great. I was comfortable and it didn’t bother me at all.
Post # 3
onthefritz: I did not, at the suggestion of my seamstress, but I wish I would have. The strapless bra I was planning on wearing was slightly padded and helped my dress be a bit more fitted (it was strapless). I found myself pulling my dress up more than I would have if I’d worn the bra, and in some pictures at certain angles, the top of my dress looks a little loose. Oh well!
Post # 4
onthefritz: no bra. at all. my dress was mermaid and corset…and everything stayed perfectly where it was meant to be. it was SO comfy!
Post # 5
I had cups sewn into my dress which worked out wonderfully
Post # 6
No bra. I had a mermaid corset dress. The corset supported everything.
Post # 7
no bra. I had an a-line dress. No issues.
Post # 8
I also wore a long line bra. I hate feeling unsupported. It made me feel way more comfortable – well except for the fact that I couldn’t really slouch. But I didn’t want to be slouching in my pictures anyway! I normally have terrible posture so standing/sitting up straight all day long was hard on me. Worth the pain tho! lol.
Post # 9
I have a large chest (34DDD) and I’ve never gone without a bra, so I had a longline bra when trying on dresses. At my 1st fitting, my seamstress suggested I wear the dress without the bra since she said it was pushing me up too much. I was doubtful, but she pointed out that the dress had boning in it that would help support me. It definitely looked better without one so she just sewed in some cups and it worked out really well.
Post # 10
I had cups sewn in and it worked out great!
Post # 11
- Wedding: September 2014 - Dallas, TX
Nope I had cups sewn in and was really happy with how it looked and felt.
Post # 12
I wore a long-line bra, but my dress had very little support built-in (no boning or corset).
Post # 13
I had cups sewn into my dress. It worked out great. However, I’m not very large chested.
Post # 14
onthefritz: I wore a regular bra, which was possible because my dress had straps.
Post # 15
I didn’t wear a bra on my day of. I wear a D cup and was so comfortable throughout the night. My seamstress and mom both told me to wear one… I am so happy I did what I wanted. If you aren’t going to wear a bra when you go for your fittings make sure you do not wear a bra.