Of course the monsoon season brings with it the need to wear comfortable no-fuss lingerie. Opt for bright colours to beat monsoon woes. Every season newer vibrant colors, interesting patterns and flattering cuts are being seen come into play. This season’s dainty details demand to be seen, and that can’t always happen when you’re wearing them underneath a shirt. That’s why, this season, it’s time to switch things up and let your little lacy halter bra be the focal point of your look. We all know the feeling: Be it summer or monsoon this trend will still be driving sales and in -demand. When we stock up on tops and dresses, a plenty that shows off our skin—halter tops, off-the-shoulder shapes, and plunging necklines it hits us: our lingerie drawer doesn’t quite measure up. It’s time to start shopping for those perfect bras to wear under all your tricky tops and dresses. The bralette trend started with indie brands and percolated up, over the course of many years, to the major lingerie companies, a movement that makes sense when you consider how the garment is made.
The “subtly exposed bra” look is everywhere these days, and it’s actually less risqué than it sounds. By showing just a tiny bit of lace and leaving the rest to the imagination, you too can tastefully pull off this daring trend.
Sweet, stretchy lace halter bra with a comfy strap that goes behind the neck. Adjustable hook & eye closure at the back. Lined. Usually made out of – nylon, rayon, spandex. Give your outfit a lacy kick with the lacy halter bras! This bralette features an elastic band under bust, halter straps and clasps at back. This generally denotes a bra that is wireless and cut-and-sew, rather than a moulded contour cup. Plus, this bra comes in various colours, so you get multiple looks for one low price.
Today we are going to walk you through in the hottest trends for bras this season. Just follow our advice and be a part of trendsetters!
Off shoulder top
A classic backless top with a little lace peeping out the back. Especially when worn under a low-back top or a backless dress. This is a great way to wear this bra without it looking too risque. It shows just a little lace and is still classy and completes the entire outfit.
You may feel perplexed by the bralettes you see with ruffles, bows, and other accoutrements, but layer one over a fun graphic tee and it’ll suddenly all make sense. It’s the perfect way to add some dimension to your usual, worn-in band t-shirts. Plus, this pairing will look great with your favorite two-tone jeans, platform sandals, and a splash of metallic, too.
Layer a light-colored lace top over a dark bralette. Add jeans and classic pumps for a cute date-night look.
The most common way bralettes are worn is underneath tanks! I love the look! The bralettes are only necessary though, if the tank has a low front or if it is oversized under the arms. Try it with a sleeveless t-shirt so that just a hint of the pretty eyelash detail shows. A little goes a long way with this trend.
Low plunge neck line tops- this is the most common way. A little lace peeking out of a low-cut shirt or top is naturally sexy without showing too much of skin. Just a hint of little lace adds a subtle girly touch.
These bras can even be worn as a crop top especially over loosely fitted pants such as palazzos on a hot humid day. A lace bralette is an alternative to your classic crop tops. You can also try it with a high-waisted pant or skirt for a complete look.
Shorts or skirt
A super adorable way to style a bralette is with a high-waisted maxi. The long skirt shows no skin, making it okay for a tiny bit of tummy to show! Keep it classy + know that too much is too much. The bralettes that go with these are thicker and preferably lace.
Sheer shirts and mesh tops
Layering clothing in summer is a big no. Sheer tops and mesh tops have continuously been a staple for many a fashion lover over the past several years. They instantly give a daring peek of lingerie to your look while adding a small dose of mystery to it. It’s a style that looks great with a cropped pair of jeans, a chic trench coat, and a pair of velvet ankle boots. Or, if you’re aiming for a little less “going out” and more towards “office cool” with your look, try accompanying a cool sheer button-down with a simple longline bralette, a dark pleated skirt, and your favourite comfy flats. Plus, sheer tops are totally season-less — you can just as easily wear ’em as a lightweight pick in the summer. Thick bands offer a little more comfort, so this wire-free bralette is a great option for anyone who wants a sexy yet easygoing undergarment to wear under their sheer shirts or mesh tops.
Pair your bralette under a jumpsuit for a cool- tom girl look. Not only is this outfit perfect for the summer but the cool factor doesn’t wear out in this one. This outfit is light, comfortable and free to move!
Suits are usually all business, but once you try wearing just a bra under that blazer, you won’t be running back to an oxford shirt ever again. Try a lace option under a pale-pink power suit, and accessorise with a pointed-toe mule and practical crossbody. That bralette will peek out just enough to keep things interesting, but not so much that you feel completely exposed.