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see-Through cloth­ing Comes in a broad range of styles and of­fers in­cred­i­ble ver­sa­til­ity. It goes with­out say­ing that These breezy ap­parel are also per­fect for sum­mer

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• layer it If you’re con­cerned about how much a see-through shirt re­veals, adding a blazer is a good op­tion. This way, you can still show a bit of skin with­out ex­pos­ing too much and while keep­ing the over­all look a bit more pol­ished. • stick To stur­dier fab­ric op­tions Make sure that any un­der­ly­ing lay­ers you wear are smooth so they don't cause awk­ward creases, rip­ples and bumps on your see-through piece. • Try prints Don’t stick to see-through tops in solid col­ors. A pat­terned see-through shirt can add an in­ter­est­ing fo­cal point to an oth­er­wise plain out­fit.


• wear see-Through pieces To The of­fice There’s a time and a place for wear­ing see-through cloth­ing and the of­fice is usu­ally not one of them. Un­less you work in a very, very open en­vi­ron­ment. • re­veal all your as­sets at once A see-through top with a seethrough bot­tom is a look best left un­touched. When it comes to classy ex­po­sure, less is more. • get mixed up net­ting can eas­ily be mis­taken for sheer or see-through. The fact is, both use en­tirely dif­fer­ent types of fab­ric.

Shirt by La Perla, tank top by Top­man, jog­ger by Paul Smith, shoes by Pe­dro Down un­Der For the per­fect ca­sual sum­mer at­tire, layer a black sheer top over a white tank. Jog­ger pants and sneak­ers com­plete the look.

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