3. The basic tank and the strappy bra create the perfect marriage that elevates all your 5 dollar tanks from H&M to make them look like expensive and classy pieces from more high-end brands. The more cutouts, and the deeper the V (in the front of the tank, or the back), will create a sexy but playful look against the straps, and let you show them off more.
4. Wearing with a simple tee or a halter are also great ideas. Don’t be afraid to play around with prints, too – if you’re normally scared of color, a tie dye tank has a totally different look when paired with a chic cage bra, so try it out! Same with pairing with a simple t-shirt – with straps peeking out, that shirt becomes less girl next door, and more the tease next door. It eliminates the need for accessories – with the lines imitating that of a body chain or necklace.
5. You can also go bold and wear the bra as a shirt on its own! Goodbye crop tops, hello bra tops. Just make sure those tan lines stay in check. Paired with high-waisted shorts, this is an adorable summer look that shows some skin and takes your average bralette-as-a-shirt look to a whole other level.