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8 Very Surprising Dress-&-Bra Mashups

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    If you're in search of one of those articles about how to conceal your bra under tricky dress silhouettes, sorry, this isn't it. If, instead, you're looking to up that already-impressive sartorial game you've been working at this summer, read on. Thanks to the trend that keeps on giving — ahem, exposed lingerie — we're bringing our underthings center stage for eight fresh and unexpected ways to wear cutout dresses this summer.

    Going backless? Why not use the extra real estate for something a little more interesting than, well, a bare back? A web-like strappy bralette or bondage-inspired underpinning will add loads of edge to your finished ensemble (even though all you really did was put on your underwear). Do deep V-necks kind of scare you? Not anymore, thanks to lacy, longline bras. Ahead, even more cool-kid ways to wear your undies.



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