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Free People Says It's Time To Show Off Your Bras Under Your Shirts (Again)

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    On those days when our snooze button sees a few more hits than usual, we often pull on whatever’s easy there. After all, we're tired, and putting any effort into our outfit tends to fall down our list of priorities. But, Free People has the perfect solution for our lazy-girl mornings — yep, even if you're going for that "I woke up like this" look.

    Available online now, the Barely There shop pairs classic tees and tanks with bras meant to be seen — and we don’t exactly mean à la Gwen Stefani in No Doubt's heyday. Actually, with the brand's signature draping and loose fits, the breezy silhouettes fit right in with our not-too-fussy attitudes toward spring dressing.

    Another plus? These pairings will carry you from brunch with the girls all the way to a night on the town. The versatile tops can be dressed down (pair boyfriend jeans and the Galloon Lace Racerback) or amped up for a more special occasion. (The lace-detailed V-bra seems like a perfect fit.) And, ladies with fuller busts need not shy away either, because the traditionally slinky selection of bras and bandeaus now includes options with more support and coverage. Click through the slideshow to see Free People's own pairing suggestions for tops and undergarments ready to be mixed and clashed. Your lazy-day prayers are so answered.

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