We've been loving and fearing the crop top in equal measure for the last few seasons. Slip dresses, Dr. Martens, and overalls co-exist comfortably in our closets (and we're pretty
sure we don't look like Blossom when we wear 'em). Heck, even Winona Ryder's making movies again
. At this point, we're so deep into the '90s revival, it hardly even feels retro anymore. But, there's one place the trend has yet to go: our underwear drawer — until right now, that is.
Meet the new, contemporary lingerie label NOE Undergarments
. Helmed by twin-sister design duo Bonnie Rae and Shelah Jean, NOE is bringing '90s-minimalist sexiness back in a big way. Champagne-colored silk bodysuits; sleek, black bustiers and tap pants; sheer slips; athletic-inspired bras and briefs — and, oh yeah, granny panties that are actually kinda hot. The lookbook even stars a messy-tressed model doing her best broken-doll poses in undies and boots, and it's so very CK Be.
It all feels sexy, but in a distinctly fashion-forward way — pretty much perfect for style-conscious tomboy girls who don't do
lace balconet bras. Find the boundary-pushing line at Fred Segal, Faire Frou Frou, and Journelle, and keep clicking to see more of the '90s-babe hotness in store. Good thing sheer's back in style — these underthings demand to be exposed.