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Wedding tights qu.

(12 Posts)
smurfgirl Fri 03-Oct-08 16:47:01

Am def wearing tights under wedding dress given recent freezing weather.

So question is, do I was traditional bridal ivory ones (or hold ups maybe?), or see through ones?

Choices choices. Unimportant I know.

Dress and shoes are ivory btw.

JackieNo Fri 03-Oct-08 16:47:59

Thermal grin?

RedOnHerHead Fri 03-Oct-08 16:50:27

if i had got married here i would have worn traditional ivory holdups, but i got married in jamaica and the only thing i wore under my dress was a thong! blush

smurfgirl Fri 03-Oct-08 16:51:28

I did have a moment in the bridal shop yesterday at my final fitting where I thought, my dress is sleeveless and its October and cold. Fuck.

Will obv be warmed by love etc.

WhereTheWildThingsWere Fri 03-Oct-08 16:53:50

You will need an ivory pashmina..................and long johns. grin

Tommy Fri 03-Oct-08 16:55:00

my sister wore long johns under her dress (in Novemeber) grin

smurfgirl Fri 03-Oct-08 17:00:47

Thinking on it I have this already:

Mine doesn't have diamantes though.

Dress is v-neck which is harder to put cardigans etc to.

SoupDragon Fri 03-Oct-08 17:03:50

"Will obv be warmed by love etc. "

1) You're going to need one hell of a lot of love and
2) What's the etc ? [snurk]

smurfgirl Fri 03-Oct-08 17:12:21

Well soupdragon!

(you sent me some curly hair things I think and I wore them recently and everyone hearted them)

I am going to freeze my tits off aren't I?

I like the idea of ivory tights but maybe too old fashioned.

ImnotMamaGbutsheLovesMe Fri 03-Oct-08 17:13:18

You can't wear tights for your wedding! shock

It has to be sexy hold ups, get your new hubby to warm you up/ wink

WhereTheWildThingsWere Fri 03-Oct-08 17:15:36

Stole is nice but being rayon is not going to keep you very cosy.

I you can stretch to it, a real pashmina will, and will be something from your wedding day that you can use all the time.

smurfgirl Fri 03-Oct-08 21:13:13

Have ordered:

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