NOW YOU SEE ME. See-through clothing comes in a broad range of styles and offers incredible versatility. It goes without saying that these breezy apparel are also perfect for summer
1. DOWN UNDER
For the perfect casual summer attire, layer a black sheer top over a white tank. Jogger pants and sneakers complete the look.
2. LET’S GET IT STARTED
Blazer by Paul Smith, shirt by La Perla, trousers by Topman, shoes by Tod’s
Have a date coming up? Or maybe a party? Layer your sheer shirt with a check-on-check blazer and trousers pairing.
3. KEEPING IT CLASSY
Shirt by La Perla, denim trousers by Ben Sherman, shoes by Tod’s
This look might be tricky to pull off, but pairing a sheer shirt with denim trousers can get you an uber-cool summer look.
1. LAYER IT
If you’re concerned about how much a see-through shirt reveals, adding a blazer is a good option. This way, you can still show a bit of skin without exposing too much and while keeping the overall look a bit more polished.
2. STICK TO STURDIER FABRIC OPTIONS
Make sure that any underlying layers you wear are smooth so they don’t cause awkward creases, ripples and bumps on your see-through piece.
3. TRY PRINTS
Don’t stick to see-through tops in solid colors. A patterned see-through shirt can add an interesting focal point to an otherwise plain outfit.
1. WEAR SEE-THROUGH PIECES TO THE OFFICE
There’s a time and a place for wearing see-through clothing and the office is usually not one of them. Unless you work in a very, very open environment.
2. REVEAL ALL YOUR ASSETS AT ONE
A see-through top with a see-through bottom is a look best left untouched. When it comes to classy exposure, less is more.
3. GET MIXED UP
Netting can easily be mistaken for sheer or see-through. The fact is, both use entirely different types of fabric.
See-through, otherwise known as sheer, fabrics are perfect for casual summer pieces, and you can layer them underneath heavier items when the weather turns cold.
Photography Haruns Maharbina
Styling Triska Putri
Styling assistant Jay Robert Davies
Models Paulo D Amazio/21MM Management, Ricardo Soares/Image Management and Waine Santi
Videography Dimas Anggakara and Fickar Hajar