Showing posts with label how to wear it. Show all posts
Showing posts with label how to wear it. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

SALE: Understudy Bralet & Hipsters at Anthropologie

I was looking at these the other day because my cousin's bridal shower is coming up, and OMG, now they're on sale! I think these are another take on ruffle bras—gorgeous bralets that are perfect for peeking out under deep-cut shirts or cardigans. Wendy Glez's set is delicate, playful and so in-season in a rich plum color—and now even more irresistible at this price.
Understudy Bralet, $48 (on sale $19.99), Understudy Hipsters, $44 (on sale $19.95), available at

Monday, September 13, 2010

Show Off Your Favorite Bras with These 5 Terrific Lace Tops

Lace is still all over the place, and what better way to show off your best bras than to let them peek through? Try one of these great tops to be on trend during Fashion Week!

1. Voluminous Mesh Top by Free People—comes lined, which I'm sure you can remove. The way the fabric flutters is gorgeous. Also comes in ivory. $128, available at

2. El Salvador Lace Tee from American Apparel—a loose fit with some stretch finished with a satin trim. Also comes in black. $38, available at

3. Elvia All-Over Lace Top by Joie—three-quarter sleeves and a boatneck cut give this top a touch of class. Back button closure and a scallop hem. $198, available at

4. Dominique Long-Sleeve Lace Tee by Reiss—a basic staple with a sexy twist. Also comes in white, blush and khaki. $125, available at
5. Lace Bodysuit by Silence and Noise—for those of us who love a good bodysuit that can double as a top! Also comes in turquoise, ivory and black. $28, available at

Friday, September 10, 2010

"How do you wear ruffle bras?"

One of my close friends loved the ASOS ruffle bra in this previous post, but she was wondering about to wear one. Here are a couple of suggestions, with one of my own ruffle bras:
With a bra this short, these are some options I've chosen before, but with a longline bra, it's easier to get away with treating the bra as a top. With one this short, I still treat it as a regular bra, but let it peek through so the ruffles are visible.