Get That Trend-Sheer Clothing

Kim Kardashian is bringing sheer clothes back and she’s going very sheer. She’s been wearing a number of tops these days without a bra and has been quoted saying ‘IDGAF’ meaning she’ll wear what she wants. Now while this can be OTT for most people, the trend is here to stay for autumn/winter and sheer clothing can be worn much more subtlety. Today I’ve picked out my favourite sheer clothing pieces.

Rita Ora wearing a sheer top and bra


I love this Sheer London Mesh T-Shirt Dress from ASOS. You could definitely wear this with a tight t-shirt dress underneath to cover up a bit more and let the sheer dress flow over. I think this is so nice and sporty looking. It’s available in sizes up to a 14 and it costs €46.67.


I’m obsessed with shirts and I think this Lace Shirt from Lipsy is gorgeous. It still looks modest with the bralet underneath but you could even wear a white string vest underneath to cover up even more. This is sheer while still being smart and  classy. I saw this on ASOS for €74.66.


Sheer doesn’t mean that you have to go totally see through. Sheer panels can work too. This Little Mistress dress from Littlewoods is so beautiful. Little Mistress have  similar dresses in other colours. This is available in sizes up to 18 and it costs €105.00. 


I love the metallic purple colour of this t-shirt from River Island although it’s also available in silver. It’s completely sheer so if you dare to bare then you can bare all or wear a bralet or top underneath. This one is €33.00.

These pyjamas from River Island are cute and sexy. I adore them. They’re €22.00 and I think they would be the perfect Christmas present.

ts62r30jblk_zoom_f_1I saved my favourite for last. This beautiful peplum shirt is from Topshop. It’s so glamorous! This sheer piece costs €55

I hope you like my clothing picks as much as I enjoyed picking them. Let me know what your favourite one is below.

Louise xxx

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Source: Daily Mail, ASOS, Littlewoods Ireland, River Island, Topshop

*this is not  a sponsored post.


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