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The Secret To Rocking Seriously Sheer Looks Revealed: SHOP

Fri, July 24, 2015 11:59am EDT by Katrina Mitzeliotis 2 Comments
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Dying to suit up in sheer but not entirely sure how to totally pull off the trend? You’ve come to the right place! With the perfectly planed outfit you can dare to bare in a seriously sexy way. SHOP everything you need to wear underneath if you want to rock the hot red carpet look.

Sheer has invaded both the runways and the red carpet — and it certainly shows no signs of slowing down! From Kylie Jenner, 17, in Cannes to Beyonce, 33, at the Met Gala, sheer gowns are a favorite among the stylish celeb set — but what do you do if you want to own the look in real life? It isn’t easy stepping out in an entirely see-through gown, but there are so many ways you can translate the trend to work for you.

From sheer shirts to semi-sheer skirts, you don’t need to don a full-on frock to sport the sultry trend — but it is important to wear the proper undergarments. High-waisted briefs or a lace bandeau will give you the appropriate coverage in a way that’s sexy, neat and chic.

The most daring way to rock the sheer trend is with sheer bottoms — whether you opt for a semi-sheer skirt or a sheer pair of pants, high-waisted briefs will instantly take the look from sloppy to chic. Not only do the Triumph Contouring Sensation High-Waisted Panty has lovely lace detailing that makes a major statement when seen, while the composition offers great contouring to make sure you’re looking, (and feeling), your best.

If your bra is peeking through, make sure it makes a statement, like the Triumph Amourtette Wireless Bra. The lacy detailing will set your look apart. In fact, Cara Delevingne recently served up her take on the trend while promoting Paper Towns in a sheer blouse in NYC.

Now that you have a solid foundation you’ll be able to step out in sheer, just like your fave stylish stars! Be sure to find the right silhouette that works for you and remember, a little sheer goes a long way.

Katrina Mitzeliotis