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22-11-2008
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what about something colourful underneath
or another transparent item on top of another..
that would be interesting

i suggest taking a look at prada fw 08 or marni ss 09 collections

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I usually wear underwear of the same colour under see through clothes, but sometimes wear a contast & make that a feature of the outfit. For example, I have a black lace dress and worn it with purple underwear, tights, shoes & handbag.

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I would make it funky I would wear a low backed bathing suit/ body suit I know american apparel has some something like this

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Id say its best to put a lining under the dress, you could use white fabric or nude if you like transparency without exposing yourself haha.

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hey all, what are your opinions about wearing a white sheer t-shirt with black bra? (not to work or school of course)

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^ I would not do it, but I suppose it could be pulled off

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hey all, what are your opinions about wearing a white sheer t-shirt with black bra? (not to work or school of course)
I do this all the time and I love the look...

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Light pink or peach bras work just as well as nude-colored bras for me. I like the hint of lace underneath the clothes, and I'm modestly endowed, so it doesn't look obscene if my nipples show a little. But I agree that it's not appropriate in most work settings, and so I settle for a seamless T-shirt bra.

These are the most boring bras in the world, but they do the trick. You have to find one that really molds to your curves, otherwise its structure is too apparent underneath your shirt/dress, which goes against the whole point.


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^ La Mystere makes a great molded bra ... in fact I thought of you when I bought the most recent one, which has scalloped lacey straps that will probably show a bit with very wide-necked tops ... 'G~R would approve'

pucci, you should post pix of your black/white look here if you haven't already ...

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... scalloped lacey straps that will probably show a bit with very wide-necked tops ... 'G~R would approve'
But surely not Tim Gunn. That sounds perfect, I'll keep my eye out for that brand, not sure if I've seen it here.

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^ I posted a picture in the Secret Shopaholics thread when I was posting my shoes from the same trip ... people are always posting pix of their pretty lingerie ... I thought I'd post a picture of what you have to buy when you're D/DD :p I like what they did with the lace--it's easy to go overboard IMO. The brand is known for being seriously supportive, but they make the best molded/T-shirt bras I've ever seen.

However will I live with knowing that Tim Gunn doesn't approve

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Although this doesn't help anyone, I love translucent white shorts and being able to see the bra through. I also love sheer shirts with nothing on underneath. When I grow up a little more and get through school and have my own place, I'm gonna take advantage of being on my own and dress in sheer fabrics. There's some flowy Sharon Wauchob dreams in my future.

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I'm dark skinned, so I wear a brown bra under my white shirts and nothing shows. But I am thinking of doing the very sheer, paper thin shirts white with a black bra underneath, I think it looks sexy. However, I think colored bras underneath look silly...I've seen a girl wear a white sheer shirt, jeans, a pink belt and a pink bra to match. I didn't like the look....

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why not black, colored, or patterned bras? breasts shouldn't have to be hidden in the first place. men have nipples and bras are uncomfortable


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^ Bras are not just a disguise, they're meant to be supportive too Personally I am often more comfortable with some support than without. There are also situations where I am comfortable showing less vs more (i.e., business, when unavoidably in the company of smarmy men, etc.).

Why stop with bras, why wear clothes at all?

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