“Peek-a-boo detailing can be a classy way to display your bra,” West said.
Just make sure your fit is on point when you’re flaunting this style.
According to West, styling this kind of silhouette for larger-busted women is actually insanely easy: wear your prettiest bra.
Think: pop of color, bold patterns or added texture, like delicate lace.
“There’s nothing worse than being that woman wearing a racerback tank top and having a very visible plain bra strap on the side.” Never be that girl again with a bra like that in your top drawer. Says West, “It looks really pretty underneath, but only you know that it’s there,” and that feel-good factor is half of what counts!
Le Mystère Sensuelle Strapless Bustier (): This bustier ticks every box on our “functional first” low-back bra checklist: the long, side-boned bodice brings the secure support; its seamless, underwire cups ensure a smooth finish under even the thinnest of fabrics and silicone lining acts as that much-needed second line of defense to keep those cups up once you’ve told your straps to beat it. Victoria’s Secret Lace Back Push-Up Bra (): If you’re gonna call attention to your bra in a low back or backless number, make them stare with this ultra sexy lace-back bra that’s pretty much a statement piece for your back.
Let’s face it: A completely sheer top, be it dressy lace, sporty mesh or chic chiffon, can seem sartorially intimidating — you’re really putting it out there.
But according to West, you have more options to pulling off this see-through style than you think.
For a completely backless option, or if you’re itching to add an eye-catching element to a more simple low-back garment, slip on a bra with intricate criss-crossing straps.
“You definitely want your bra straps to be intentional,” West said.