Our choice of un-der wear is no less important than our choice of outerwear. It forms our silhouette, and therefore it should fit like a glove. A b-ra strap peeking out from your clothes or a translucent print on a b-ra can ruin your entire look, no matter how fashionable and well-fitted it is.
At Bright Side, we decided to draw your attention to the blunders that are made even by those who believe they know everything about the right choice of garments. In the bonus section, you’ll see a few basic rules that any woman will find useful.
1. Visible p-anty lines
- Kim Kardashian taught us to not be ash- amed of wearing shape wear but you definitely don’t have to overuse it: shape wear that is too tight can rub your skin and cause skin irritation. The same principle is applicable to regular garments too.
- It’s important to remember that shape wear is not designed to help you zip yourself into a smaller dress. You can count on shape wear to smooth out lumps and give you a sleeker silhouette.
- The color of shape wear should be chosen to match your clothes.
- Shape wear can be worn with or without regular u- wear.
- It all depends on whether a gusset and b support are incorporated into the garment.
2. Un-der-garments that are too tight
- Tight clothing, you should choose garments that do not have any decor. Seamless garments are your best choice. They have very thin edges that don’t leave visible lines.
- Seamless un-der wear will be good for party dresses and light summer outfits. Skin colored garments is suitable for both light and colorful clothing.
- Thongs simply don’t have the lines to show, making them the ideal p-anty line-free choice.
- Another option that will enable you to make your silhouette sleeker and let you wear comfortable dress at the same time, is shape wear.
3. Nu-de and bla-ck
- It seems that it’s hard to make a mistake when choosing a b-ra. But in reality, it’s not that easy because there are certain aspects to consider when wearing un-der wear.
- You should choose only black garments for black outfits. A can be visible through the fabric.
- The spectrum for neutrality is wide when it comes to wear. It can sometimes be hard to find a color that matches your skin tone. The inner forearm is the truest match to your natural skin tone. Though it’s not c-ritical if your are slightly darker or lighter than your skin.
4. High-waisted wear and low-waisted clothing
- High-waisted clothing is back, and you should take this into account when choosing your dress.
High-waisted can correct your figure where necessary.
- High-waisted garments are the right choice for high-trousers, skirts, jeans, and shorts.
- If you choose low-waisted garments, they may draw attention to your body’s imperfections.
- But if you choose low-waisted p-ants or a low-waisted skirt, should be low-waisted too so that they are not visible above the waistline.
5. Visible b-ra stra-ps
- Visible dress can ruin any look. That is why it’s rare to see celebrities with visible dress on the red carpet.
- A best choice if your b- size allows it.
- For V-neck dresses and tops, there are many options for adjustable or removable.
- If you need a racerback tank top, you can use a special clip that connects the back.
6. Sleeve armholes and a b-ra
- Wide and low sleeve less armholes can be tricky but, if you love this style, there are a couple of secrets.
- Choose a silicone b-ra with transparent sraps and a transparent band. This way, your will support your b but won’t be visible.
- If you’re dressed casually, you can wear a decorative camisole in a matching color. But please, no lace!
7. A b-ra and a low neckline
- Evening dresses or summer outfits are often backless or have low necklines. To look gorgeous in them, you have to choose the correct u-garments.
- If you wear a backless dress, an adhesive invisible will be your best choice. This model doesn’t have, but can work like a push-up b-ra if it has laces in the front.
- For a low neckline, you need a special model called “plunge.” Its underband is located very low and because of that it’s not visible.
8. Colorful un-der wear with a contrasting print
- Colorful garments with a print are not an everyday option because they are hard to combine with clothing. However, wearing only black dress can get boring. Here are a few rules you shouldn’t forget about if your ward -robe is full of colorful sets.
- It’s best to wear a b-ra with a bright, contrasting print clothing made of thick fabrics.
- It’s not recommended to wear colorful p-ants light-colored pants and skirts unless you want to attract a lot of attention.
9. Bonus: A few basic rules of wearing un-der wear
- It’s recommended that you replace your p-anties every 6 months. They become stretched out during this time, and can also become the source of bacteria and infections.
- French wear consultants recommend buying new p-anties every time you go to buy a new deodorant.
- You should have a few p-anties that match one b-ra because they wear out faster.
- Hand wash your this way it will look brand new longer.
jenni – B-r-a: I need to know different types of wear ( especially full coverage) that can be worn with Indian as well as Western atire
lennon – Very informative video on un-der-garments hygiene. Like your progressive outlook in saying no need to cover while drying them in open. Still many feel shy to dry their garments in front balcony.
Dan – this is great, most important information, keep it up thank you
Harald – Good and valuable information and input. Thanks
lone – “B-R-A ,I stick mine in hamburger and then wrap it in a baggie, feels good and plus I have somthin for dinner later.