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Bridal lingerie is a broad field: from shaping to seducing, we’ve selected our best picks across the board for a figure-flattering day and a memorable night!

Bright and beautiful co-ords by Dora Larsen

No matter which colour dress you wear, this zinging neon pink looks modern and sexy. Dora Larsen consistently produces exciting lingerie which reimagines the possibilities of the genre. We love. From £32

doralarsen.com

Tantalising lace robe from Figleaves

This galloon-lace trimmed robe manages to be both sweet and suggestive all at once. Sheer lace with eyelash trim, coupled with a wide satin sash and available in a choice of black or ivory. Check out the cami, babydolls and shorts in the same range. £45

figleaves.com

Sizzling, saucy bodysuit from Bluebella

Contemporary designers, Bluebella have wrought this alluring and smoking-hot piece in red mesh, with carefully placed straps and applique. Tempest Wired Body £44

bluebella.com

Add a little structure with help from Simone Perele

This classic bustier will work under any frock to shape, lift and flatter. Guipure (heavy lace) encrusted and carefully inlaid embroidery keep it pretty and refined. The Wish Bustier, also in black, can be worn with or without the included straps. £179

simone-perele.com

Maison LeJaby

Less structure, but still shaping, the stretch lace-edged Shade bodysuit from Maison Lejaby has a silky finish and enhances your natural shape whilst still offering support and a smooth line. £83

maisonlejaby.com

Bloomin’ Sexy

Chafing, chub-rub, call it what you will but you won’t want to be thinking about it on your wedding day. The genius design of these shorts (including suspenders!) ensures any compromise for comfort over come-hither is mitigated by luxurious stretch-satin and German lace. £66

bloominsexy.com

Embrace tradition with something blue from The Wedding Garter Company

The beautiful ivory lace motif of this unusual design is backed in baby-blue elastic velvet, and all garters are handmade to order in the company’s workshop just outside Bath. Make it personal by adding initial charms or invest in a ‘toss garter’ in a choice of designs. From £39.80

brittenweddings.com

Keep it simple with a matching set from Pour Moi

The three-section cup on this floral lace Amour bra gives va-va-voom where it’s needed, and the matching briefs complete the look. Best of all is the range of sizes (up to an H cup) and colour choice – we love the ivory but could be very tempted by a bright colour like coral with a sapphire lace overlay. £26

pourmoi.co.uk

Classic allure in La Perla

La Perla are simply the dernier cri in seductive silk pieces and their powder pink Maison embroidered slip oozes timeless, sensual appeal – that V at the front is deeper than it may look: think old school glamour; Taylor, Monroe, Loren. Made in Italy and hand-embroidered using ancient Florentine techniques. £515

laperla.com

How low can you go? Bridal Lingerie Shop has you covered

Swooping down to the base of the spine, the Backless Body has adjustable straps, underwired cups and a smoothing Lycra form, making it an ideal choice to wear under illusion-back gowns. The delicate lace trim keeps it enticing. £149.99

bridal-lingerie-shop.co.uk

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