With the right body shapers for women under your wedding gown, the congregation will ooh and aah at how good you look as you walk down the aisle. Before deciding on which body shaper to get, however, decide on your gown first. Once you know what dress you’re going to wear, you’ll be able to see which areas of your body need to be shaped to achieve that perfect body.
The type of gown you’re wearing will also dictate the type of body shaper you buy. For example, if you’re going to wear a strapless gown, it would be best to go with a corset-type body shaper that will lift your breasts and clench your waist to make it smaller. On the other hand, if you’re wearing a slinky dress, you will need a full body suit that starts just below your breasts and reaches down to mid-thigh. This will not only provide uplift to your bust but also help shape and enhance your buttocks and flatten your stomach. The important thing is to look at how the gown fits you and which body areas look unsightly when you’re wearing it so you can decide which body shaper is necessary to provide the desired correction.
However, if the gown you’re wearing does not really emphasize your body, then a body shaper may not really be necessary. Keep in mind that these garments are not that comfortable and so unless you really feel conscious about your body, you may choose to forgo a body shaper simply to ensure that you are at ease on your wedding day.
Alternately, you might want to undergo a waist training regimen for that hourglass figure so that you can forgo the body shapers entirely during the ceremony. This regimen involves wearing body shaping garments regularly until the desired body shape modification is achieved.