Once again, we’re back with the Wedded Bliss series, a special editorial collaboration with Curve’s Revealed Magazine. We’re exploring weddings, love, and what to wear underneath! I always tell brides and soon-to-be-wed folks that they must feel comfortable on their big day. They have so much going on and are making a big, public declaration of their love – the last thing they want to worry about are their undergarments!

Below is a look that is not only comfortable, but also follows our theme of mixing tradition and the present. This retro look is both practical and darling. Take a look and explore the next look in this series: a slip!

Psst! This post is sponsored by Shadowline. I’m so grateful to share them with you. I always share items that I truly love and can help you say hurray.

Most of Shadowline’s designs have a retro look to them. Some might be tempted to say they are old fashioned, but there’s elegance in tradition, and beauty in a timeless design. This slip is a great example of that. Wear it as a thin modesty coverage underneath a more sheer gown, or as a nightgown on its own as I did here.

And don’t forget that this slip has a surprise! The “snip a hem” bottom allows you to easily adjust the length to suit your needs. Tradition meets innovation! Take a look at this slip below, and be sure to check out this brand’s many slips, and classic nightwear items for weddings and beyond.

Shadowline – Velrose® Adjustable Length Full Slip

  • Designed especially for fuller figured folks with more room in the bust
  • Adjustable non-stretch ribbon straps
  • Bust darts for shape light bust support
  • Luxurious nylon tricot (a USA fabric) is silky to the touch and lightweight on the skin
  • Customizable hem with three crocheted ridges that can be snipped by 1″
  • Wear underneath or on its own
  • Sizes 34-54 (about XS-4XL)

Add to the look!

Burnout Velvet Kimono

Vintage Gold Leaf Hair Pins

Bride Clutch Purse

Urban Decay Naked2 Basics Eyeshadow Palette

Your turn: Do you wear slips? Would you wear this retro look as a slip or a nightgown? What length would you go for? Share with me over at @hurraykimmay on Instagram or TikTok!

Credit: Photos by Juliana Rose in Bradford House in Oklahoma City, OK. Hair and make-up by Marlo Haus. Flowers and select hair accessories from The Boho Florista. Special thanks to Taylor Horn for assisting on this shoot. And huge thanks to Curve and Revealed magazine and the team for partnering on such an amazing project! As always, no airbrushing or photo retouching.