Just a few months ago, bomber jackets and crop tops were all the rage. Kendall Jenner wore them. So did Gigi Hadid. Heck, every girl in Orchard Road probably had them in their wardrobe.
But the trend has since given way to something more sexy – sheer tops. But if you’re living in Singapore, you’d probably know that it’s not wise to go out in a sheer outfit, especially with no undergarments on – unless you want to be charged under the Miscellaneous Offences (Public Order and Nuisance) Act.
But there are still ways to work the trend without getting arrested. Here are a few ways.
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Layer your top-and-jeans ensemble with a sheer dress to update your casual look.
Pull & Bear Tulle Dress with Frills, $49.90
Keep your bottom part of your dress sheer for a touch of sexiness.
Nasty Gal Nice to See You Sheer Dress, $141
Make your neckline sheer while keeping your bits concealed.
Nasty Gal Sheer Me Now Mesh Bodysuit, $69
Opt for a sheer outerwear.
Zara Sheer Bomber Jacket, $59.90
Layer with a bralette.
Glamorous Tall Spotty Sheer Mesh Tee, $50.68, ASOS
Go for tops with panels.
ASOS Jumper with Sheer Stripes, $63.35
Place the sheer part strategically to keep your top office-friendly.
River Island Black Sheer Panel Frill Jumper, $95.90, Zalora
Use pasties to keep it public-friendly. And maybe drape a jacket over it. #toughlife
Nasty Gal Just Wing It Sheer Bodysuit, $72