Seeing women walk around the streets wearing Lingerie as a daytime wear is very common nowadays. It’s greatly influenced by the Fashion Week and we can’t complain about that. The draping fabric behind women’s backs, the very strappy bralette that everyone seems to love–it’s a fashion trend that’s all over the place.
However, it’s not always the easiest to pull off. Nobody wants to walk around the streets looking like they just got off the bed and forgot to put on something decent. It’s probably one of the reasons why the Victoria’s Secret Campaign was bashed by a lot of people. Not everyone enjoyed this trend but there is still a percentage of us ladies out there who would want to give it a try. We have your back, don’t worry! We may not always have that prominent collar bone or back dimples to pull off something sexy and daring. But below, we’ll give you some tips from Top Models and Stylists on how to always look dazzling with wearing lingerie as a street style.
Slip mini-dresses are the easiest to wear in the lingerie trend. Mainly because adding elements to your style is easier because of the simplicity of the garment underneath. Model Gigi Hadid pulled this off perfectly by giving it an edgy vibe by adding a baseball cap sported on top of a messy pony-tail, studded jacket worn below the elbows, and celebrity-must-have sunglasses. If you like adding your own personal sense of style to your clothing, this is probably the best option for you.
Top Model Stella Maxwell gave this lace halter-neck bralette a twist by pairing it with a double-denim outfit. It’s perfect for day-wear and it’s one of the most versatile pieces that can make you look put-together. It’s best for women who are just beginning to sport the lingerie as a street style trend without sacrificing comfort. The fun part is, you probably have all the ensembles in your closet already.
Model Anja Rubik looked stunning during the Paris Fashion Week in this sheer and flowy outfit. It’s not exactly a lingerie, but it’s greatly inspired by it. Paired with classic black flats, it’s transformed into a casual statement pairing. Although you probably won’t go out looking like this, it’s good to know that sheer fabrics paired with lace tops look good together. Whether it’s the top that’s sheer and your bottoms are not, that’s fine too! (It’s okay if you don’t want to go out with your underwear showing!)
The key to pulling off using lingerie as a street style is by adding your own personal elements to the mix. Throw in your old clothes and pair them with bralettes and slip dresses and you’re on your way to creating your own personal style. You probably don’t have to buy a bunch of new clothes for this! Bring out your denim and leather jackets along with your boots and flats. Not to mention add those big sunglasses and body chains to amp up the look. Mix and match all you want and you might just find the perfect pairing that can be your signature go-to look.