The bra is versatile and surprisingly easy to style. In fact, it’s so easy; you just might make this your go-to style for the summer.
You may be reluctant to adopt this trend right away, and understandably so. Stepping out in your skivvies takes a dollop of confidence, but perhaps once you see some of the ways that this trend is easy, style, your mind might be changed.
Depending on your style, there are ways that you can make wearing a bra top daring or more modest. Here are some ways to rock the trend.
Under A Blazer
A blazer has become a closet staple to fit any occasion. It very easily goes from business to play, depending on how you pair it.
Style your blazer with a bra top and a pair of mom jeans for a trendy chic look you can wear out for a date night or with friends.
Pair It With A Dungaree
Dungarees are back in! And they’re a surprisingly versatile piece to style. On a nippy day, you might want to add a turtle neck or long sleeve t-shirt underneath.
But you could also embrace the warmth and pair your dungaree with a bra top. Don’t be shy to play with color; pairing a blue denim one piece with a fun colored bra. You can also unclip one side of your dungaree and let it hang loose to show off your bra top for an edgy look.
Bra Top Paired With Shorts
Whether they’re denim, linen, or cyle short shorts, you can create an edgy look by styling your bra top with a pair of leg-bearing pants.
For a more modest look, you can opt to throw over a light cardigan, a kimono, or even a trustee blazer. Make sure to accessorize to give your outfit the extra wow factor.
Pair It With A Sheer Top
Take some style notes from Ashley Graham, who paired her black bra with a sheer lacey, see-through black top tied in a knot in the front.
Wearing a bra top doesn’t have to be a daring statement. You can easily button up or zip up your jacket and leave out only a hint of your bra top.
Paired With A Skirt
Pair your bra top with a fun and flirty skirt. You can complete the outfit with a pair of boots, sneakers, or heels, depending on your preference.