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Under Where

· What are you eating under there? ·

August 17, 2017 6 Comments

Lingerie is no longer an unmentionable. Lacy bralettes are meant to be seen.

I ordered a nude bralette within a few hours of thrifting this sheer blouse. I wanted something that would look intentional, but not obvious, through the diaphanous top. I was looking for more coverage than a traditional bra, but less than a camisole. (Camis drive me mad. They are either so long that I’m forced to tuck or so short that they roll up at the hem.) Enter this lacy, beige, long-line bralette.

Shirt, Dainel Rainn (thrifted). Bralette, Intimate Portal. Shorts, Forever 21. Shoes, Carlos Santana (thrifted). Sunglasses, Coco Sunglasses. Earrings, World Market. Bag, vintage.

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  1. J F

    August 30, 2017

    Ok, I have to admit I don’t understand the ‘eating’ reference, can someone clue me in?
    I do like this solution and outfit though, wonderful!

    • Kasmira Kit

      August 30, 2017

      It’s a joke. You ask, “What are you eating under there?” The other person says, “Under where?” You cackle hysterically and say, “You’re eating underwear?!”

  2. Ann

    August 20, 2017

    Perfect solution! I find the bra can’t be completely inconspicuous or you drive people nuts.

    • Kasmira Kit

      August 20, 2017

      Good point! People wonder what’s going on under there. 😉

  3. Michaela

    August 20, 2017

    I feel your struggle with camis – I have so many lovely blouses that are just a little too sheer for my standard black bras, but alas my bust is a little too large to work with bralettes – even though they’re lovely! I’m still on the hunt for a lacy nude bra that will work well peeking through the fabric of my work blouses. Heh.

    • Kasmira Kit

      August 20, 2017

      This bralette comes in standard bra sizing and has molded cups. It is a pull-on style, though, and I can see how that could become difficult to put on and take off.

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