Kim Shui Spring 2019
A sheer corset bra over a white shirt was not just the highlight of Kim Shui's 2019 New York Fashion Week show — it's the hottest look of the season.
Blumarine Spring 2019
Blumarine's lingerie-inspired Spring 2019 collection had a stunning range, but the thing that popped was the neon bra. Contrasting your bra with your sheer shirt is a great way to start showing off your bra.
Marco de Vincenzo Spring 2019
A plain sheer shirt is still the classic way to wear visible bras. The Marco de Vincenzo Spring 2019 presentation in Milan matched the shirts with the lingerie, creating a sexy yet understated look.
Rihanna at Savage x Fenty Fall 2018
Savage x Fenty's Fall 2018 collection closed New York Fashion Week and stunned an entire industry. Rihanna's visible bra at her lingerie show was a move that we're clamoring to copy. Pairing a bra with a bodycon or cami dress can easily be covered with a cardigan at work, then displayed at after-work happy hour.
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Cédric Charlier Spring 2019
The visible bra set the tone at the Cédric Charlier Spring 2019 ready-to-wear show during Paris Fashion Week. The collection was extremely fun and playful, and while letting it all hang out might not work for every office, pairing your bralette with a shirt like this gives the option of showing the right amount.
Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2019
A great post-work look from the Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2019 collection. The mesh top, black bra and gold jewelry play up the accents and pull the look together.
Alexander Wang Spring 2019
Alexander Wang's Spring 2019 collection was all about breaking the rules of casual wear. Behati Prinsloo made her return to the runway in this athleisure ensemble. The see-through number paired with black joggers is exactly how to execute the visible bra trend.
Altuzarra Spring 2019
Altuzarra's Spring 2019 collection during Paris Fashion Week had a heavy Mediterranean influence and made use of an Italian holiday-inspired color palette. We can't get over the matching sets of quirky blouses and bras the brand showcased.
We never really gave the visible bra trend a chance in our workwear lookbook, but then Rihanna took New York Fashion Week by storm in the look. And while RiRi is known for her head-turning fashion choices, this is one trend we think anyone can pull off. After all, it’s not a secret that women wear bras—and considering the cost of lingerie, a bra is part of your wardrobe you should be able to show off.
Of course, Rihanna is hardly breaking ground in wearing a visible bra. Madonna, the visible bra pioneer, has been sporting the look since the 80s. It’s a tradition that has been carried on by stars like Gwen Stefani and Sarah Jessica Parker, both on and off the screen.
The key to making the visible bra appropriate at work is to pair it right. Saint Laurent’s Spring 2018 ready-to-wear collection made a huge case for the visible bra and teamed it with everything from frills to goth overlays. From Louis Vuitton to Maison Margiela, everyone seems to have found a way to make the visible bra look chic and put together.
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