The push-up bra got pushed over this summer by the bralette. And, while I do love my Natori bras, which I discovered during a very thorough bra fitting years ago, nothing trumps the comfort of a bralette. No underwire, y’all! In addition to being comfortable, bralettes can help solve tricky styling situations.
Top: c/o The Fashion Lane Truck (now closed) | option, option, option
Bralette: c/o Venus | Pants: Loft
Shoes: J.Crew | Clutch: Kate Spade
Earrings: Kendra Scott (on sale) | Necklace: Kendra Scott (new for Fall 2016)
Rings: Kendra Scott (on sale), Kendra Scott (on sale) | Watch: Movado
Take this sheer blouse, for example. It’s a completely see-through, print top that I knew I would wear during the day. I didn’t, however, want to wear a camisole underneath because it seemed bulky. I also didn’t want to wear my strapless bra underneath because the hook closure at the back would be visible. A bralette though? It was the perfect solution. I’m wearing a black bandeau bra that’s $21 at Venus. The bandeau is available in a few other colors, including a chocolate that’ll be a perfect nude choice on me.
To complete the look, I added a few accessories that complement the colors in my sheer blouse, like my Kendra Scott Jayce necklace in gray granite. By the way, I’m so glad I could finally wear this blouse.
My old Kate Spade brushstroke clutch and J.Crew Sadie flats in vibrant flame blend in with ease as well.
Thanks so much for stopping by, Liv!
Very nice look!
Aww thanks, Minau!
That is such a cute top. I love the look! #BLMgirl
Thanks so much, Tiffani!