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Ashley Tisdale & Beyonce Flash Bras: How YOU Can Rock The Risky Trend

Fri, May 22, 2015 2:33pm EDT by Katrina Mitzeliotis Add first Comment
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Baring your bra was the bold trend to try on the red carpet this week, where three stars showed off the look! Are you down with this daring trend? If so, read on to find out how to make the look your own & SHOP.

No shirt, no problem — at least that seemed to be the motto that Beyonce, Dianna Agron and Ashley Tisdale adapted this week. When it comes to rocking the red carpet, these three ladies usually have very different looks — but apparently the visible bra trend has unified them! Usually a visible bra strap could totally ruin a look…but in this case, it’s all about flaunting your undergarments.

Beyonce Flashes Bra & Leads The Trend:

Beyonce rocked the bold look in bright yellow, as she wore her Zadig & Voltaire suit without anything underneath the jacket, putting her yellow bra, (and her ample cleavage!), on full display. Queen Bey is all about flaunting her fantastic figure, so we weren’t surprised to see her shun her shirt.

While Bey is always daring, Dianna often dons more demure looks — that is, until now! The actress showed off her edgy side on the red carpet at the premiere of McQueen, (the West End play she’s currently starring in), where she rocked an Adrien Sauvage suit on the red carpet — but she wasn’t wearing anything but a bra underneath the jacket!

How To Rock The Visible Bra Trend:

A fine line can take the trend from chic to totally sloppy, so be sure to do so in a tasteful way if you do decide to try it out. We recommend a bandeau bra or lace bralet — it’s best to select a top that offers more coverage than your typical bra, and be sure the fit is perfect. Make sure the rest of your look is more demure so it tones down the trend — in this instance, all three celebs used their bras to add a little sizzle to their take on menswear. If you want to try it out, pair your bandeau with trousers, flared pants and a blazer — and pay careful attention to where your blazer closes so that you ensure you’re properly covered.

If you love the look but aren’t as daring, why not rock a sheer shirt with a bandeau underneath? You could also sport a dress or tank that dips low on the side, allowing you to flash a little skin (and your bra strap!), that way.

It may be a tricky trend, but it isn’t impossible to pull off. What do you think of the visible bra trend? Would you try it out or is it way too risky for your taste?

Katrina Mitzeliotis