Braless Summer Fits
To bra or not to bra? That is the question weighing on many people's minds as summer heats up.
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Sparkles to distract
Consider this a friendly PSA that it doesn't need to be New Years to rock a sparkly ensemble. It just so happens that sparkling tops (think bustier designs) are oftentimes backless or have a plunging neckline, writing bras off as unnecessary and, to be honest, tricky to wear given the circumstances
Cut Out Clothing
Digital creator and on-air stylist Liv Schreiber cites cutout dresses and tops as the perfect braless outfit as they "quite literally force you to not wear a bra" with all their skin-baring.
Bikini tops over bras
"Style your bikini top like you would a bra top, such as under an oversized blazer or white oversized shirt (either buttoned or unbuttoned), and wear your one-piece as if it's a bodysuit, either with denim shorts or a frilly skirt."
Corset Tops To Replace Bras
Something that has a built-in bra style, such as a corset-top can be a great option for anyone looking to ease into the braless category, Sena tells InStyle, and thanks to runways and shows like Bridgerton, they're also a huge trend this season.
Fitted Bodysuits For Braless Days
Bodysuits are a two-for-one special garment that's stretchy enough to be comfortable, but that's tight enough to give you support in lieu of a bra.
Blazers For Bra-Less Days
If you want to minimize the risk of awkward situations, blazers are Conroy's go-to for a cool look that works double-time to cover the nipple. "Even if you wear a sheer blouse or linen T-shirt, your braless journey will be your little secret," she says.
NYC-based personal stylist Nicole Russo of Let's Get You says that one of the keys to going braless is to wear tops that cascade over the bust line and move with the shape of your bust. Case in point: low cut tops or dresses.