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5 ways to incorporate lingerie (influences) into your outfit

Stop hiding your beautiful lingerie and start adding the delicate, sexy and feminine feel of lingerie and clothes with lingerie influences to your daily look. Show details of your bralette, add a lace camisole to your look or finish your outfit with a kimono-inspired style. Nowadays, lingerie is a source of inspiration for clothing designs and dress styles. Discover the trend and learn how to turn your lingerie into a fashionable feature.
1. Bralettes
We love bralette styles in a delicate lace material; they are feminine and sexy. Wear a bralette underneath a deep V-neck sweater, layered under a semi-sheer top or wear under a tailored suit. A bralette is the perfect layering piece to look super stylish and emphasize your feminine side in a modest way. 
2. Lace camisoles
A camisole with lace detailing is perfect to wear both solo and layered; it adds a chic and sophisticated feel to every look. Wear with denim and add a delicate touch to your ensemble or style tucked into a pencil skirt to accentuate your femininity! 
3. Slip dresses and slip skirts
A slip dress or skirt is usually worn underneath a regular dress or skirt, but this season we dare you to show your undergarment. They’re often detailed with lace and made of a drapey and chic satin quality, which makes them perfect for this trend. Toughen-up your slip dress or slip skirt look with a chunky knit or a boxy jacket. Mixing delicate items with edgy pieces can create out-of-the box looks with lots of personal style. 
4. Pajama-inspired styles and kimonos
The pajama-inspired trend is back! Unlike in the eighties, we’re now seeing this trend in a more chic version, with oversized jackets, supple blouses, slouchy loose-fit pants and kimono blazers in a satin quality with a jacquard pattern. Create a trendy co-ord style or layer your kimono blazer over an edgy denim look. 
5. Bandeau tops
A bandeau top is a strapless top with a cropped length that nods to a nineties style.  This piece is a perfect for layering, but can also be worn solo with high-rise pants or a high-waist skirt. Layer underneath a semi-sheer blouse, under an ajour design or boxy jacket. The often stretchy material makes the bandeau top comfortable to wear and the perfect alternative for a basic top. 
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