Invested in a striking piece of lingerie that you’d rather show off than keep it undercovers? We hear you! Ahead we’ve put together fashion’s favourite formulas to flaunt your bras, albeit tastefully. We’ve done the math, all you have to do is follow the equation and please by all means, don’t hold yourself back from adding your own signature ingredients to it.
Bold bra + sheer top
Make go bold or go home the motto for mastering this trend. Pick your favourite sheer top (preferably with cute detailing like frills or smocking) and wear your most statement bra under. What’s more? Bottoms both high and low-waisted pair equally well with this look.
Basic bra + basic shirt
This one’s a firm favourite within the fashion community. Put on your basic bra in feel-good fabrics that feature a sheen and layer it over with a matching button-down. Now tuck it in your high-waisted pair of denims but remember that unbuttoning it really is the key to achieving this look.
Bra + pajama set
Nothing spells inner wear as outer wear quite like this outfit recipe. Find a bra that matches your short pajama sets and get on with the look. To make it outdoors-appropriate, don’t forget to add a pair of daring boots.
Statement back bra + backless dress
Got a bra that’s got a sexy back? Bookmark this look! Pair those strappy tie-up bras with back-baring dresses in the same colour. The lacier the better!
Bra + tee + blazer
Do you dare to wear it all out? Then for this one, layer your basic bra over a contrasting snug tee (preferably crew or turtleneck)and throw a billowing blazer atop. Add your favourite pair of skinny jeans and sneakers to perfect the equation.
Lacey bra + white shirt
For this look you’ll need one lavishly lace-laden bra and your trusty white shirt. Now deftly tie the shirt around just slightly off your shoulders – just enough to let the details of the bra play peek-a-boo without revealing too much.
Bralette + skirt
Bralettes are a gift that keep on giving – they go with almost any kind of bottoms, they look great when worn under oversized denim jackets, blazers or shirts and sometimes even over those. But there’s something particularly joyful about this look – we’re finding knife-pleated skirts as the prettiest partners for our bralettes.