This $14 H&M Top Will Help You Nail Summer’s Sexiest Runway Trend

Thrifty shoppers, rejoice.

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Sultry dressing is a major trend for 2023. If you like flossy cutout pieces from brands like Nensi Dojaka and Christopher Esber — or obsess over Kim Shui’s sheer mesh creations — but don’t feel quite ready to make a big ticket purchase on the It styles yet, check out H&M. The retailer allows you to partake in the trends without maxing out your shopping budget for the month. This season, a majority of the sexy clothes from H&M will set you back no more than $50 — read: maximum experimentation with minimal impact on your wallet.

If you’re not sure where to begin, direct your attention to H&M’s Cut-Out Top ($14). The neutral piece will help you attain the sultry skin-revealing effect of the influencer-loved XX Cutout Top from Sid Neigum at a fraction of the cost. Afterwards, proceed to scroll through the high street brand’s current sultry selections — taking note of the many cutout dresses, pants, and miniskirts. You’ll quickly find that most of these flirty, peek-a-boo pieces also retail for $25 or under. Finally, if you’re in the market for a revenge dress, H&M has a knit number with a body-hugging fit and a crochet bust.

Are you ready to embrace all the dicey trends this summer? If yes, keep scrolling to view, and shop, all the TZR-approved offerings from H&M, which will help you build up, or complete, your sultry wardrobe for the season.

Rib-Knit Dress
If you’re still loving the craftcore trend (same), tap into the aesthetic via this rib knit number.
Patterned Fitted Jumpsuit
So far, A-listers are loving catsuits for 2023. This bodycon one-piece features a cutout section in the front, checking off two major trends in one go.
Cutout Dress in White
Billowy nap dresses maintain their sweeping popularity in the post-lockdown era. This cutout number from H&M offers a sultry take on the in-demand design.

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