The One Piece Of Lingerie To Buy Now, According To Victoria’s Secret Models

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The trend of wearing lingerie as clothing has been on the rise for some time now, beginning with the resurgence of Calvin Klein and going to today’s boudoir-inspired apparel. Lately though, it’s all been about one key player: the bralette. In place of passé padding, the underpinning du jour is a comfortable (and cool!) alternative to standard unmentionables, and also favored by many a celeb, namely, Victoria’s Secret Angels. While a bralette may be easy to slip on beneath clothing, it can be trickier to style in real life when angling for that It girl look. That’s why we tapped Taylor Hill, Romee Strijd and Jasmine Tookes to ask them for versatile styling tips that will make rocking a bralette effortless. Here, see how it’s done.

Romee Strijd. Photo: Getty Images

How To Style A Bralette

Taylor Hill

"In the fall, I would wear the VS bralettes with high-waist skinny jeans, a sheer T-shirt, a leather coat and a scarf. " —Taylor Hill

Paragraph Sneaker

$250

Axel Arigato

Long Line Bralette

$20

Victoria's Secret

Basic Leather Jacket

$189

Zara

Casual Slub Cotton T-Shirt

$75

James Perse

Photo Ready Maria High-Rise Skinny Jeans

$190

J Brand

Jasmine Tookes

"I will wear the crochet lace triangle with a v-neck sundress, so you can see the lace." —Jasmine Tookes

Mercury Soft Toe Ankle Boots

$130

Topshop

The Oversized Jean Jacket

$128

Madewell

Lace Racerback Bralette

$20

Victoria's Secret

Bethzy Linen Dress

$195

Velvet by Graham and Spencer

Romee Strijd

"To dress it up, I'll pair the bralette with some chic black trousers and a smoking jacket—very elegant and very sexy." —Romee Strijd

Front-Close Bralette

$20

Victoria's Secret

Platform Velvet Shoes

$80

Mango

Lola Silk Wrap Top Black

$325

Veda

Fluid Cropped Trouser

$210

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