DeziStyle today! Newlyweds Négligée
Perhaps I’ve started wedding planning a bit backwards. I have yet to find a venue (step #1) but somehow I’ve found myself browsing the bridal lingerie section of a multitude of online shops.
This year seems to be filling up with weddings rather quickly and with so many of my girlfriends about to take the plunge, why not share my finds. What I’ve come to realize with wedding planning is how useful blogs are and I can’t begin to express my gratitude for the women out there who have made my life a little easier by sharing your finds and DIY’s with the rest of us. The search can be monotonous and time is valuable, so here is a compiled list of my favorite newlywed négligées available online now and all under $250.
The Lila Lace Robe from BHLDN is absolutely stunning. This couldn’t be more perfect for the classic bride who still wants to feel like one, long after her wedding day. The delicately draping chiffon and corset-like fashion in which you fasten the robe together hints a naughty but nice appeal. Perhaps it’s my Indian background that makes me like the aesthetic influence of this robe so much but I really feel it’s design transcends culture and beautifully highlights the femininity of a woman.
How pretty is this Ruffle Lace Teddy by Victoria’s Secret? A teddy for those that are comfortable with something a little more risqué, this high cut panty line accentuates your legs, making them seem long and svelte. The lacework is just darling and I don’t even hate that nude ruffle. Overall, it’s a classy little number that’s sure to get more than two thumbs up.
Babydoll’s aren’t usually my first choice but this Pleated Babydoll from Victoria’s Secret in soft rose has me rethinking that. Perfect for the blushing bride. *Also available in other colors.
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