Openwork tops

The openwork top is an often short, sheer top that reveals part of the tummy and bosom. Sometimes in lace, with embroidery or pearls, the openwork top comes in as many models and styles as you need for a good woman's wardrobe!

Whether as a sweater, a tee-shirt or a top, the openwork top is increasingly making its way into women's dressing rooms....

The openwork top is an often short, sheer top that reveals part of the tummy and bosom. Sometimes in lace, with embroidery or pearls, the openwork top comes in as many models and styles as you need for a good woman's wardrobe!

Whether as a sweater, a tee-shirt or a top, the openwork top is increasingly making its way into women's dressing rooms. Astaple of women's wardrobes in the nineties, the openwork top is making a comeback. With a retro twist, openwork tops are now worn with high-waisted pants rather than low-rise jeans.

What lingerie to wear with an openwork top?

First and foremost, it's important to choose the right undergarments, especially for the bust with an openwork top. Whether it's an openwork halter top, sheer top or crop top, you need to support your breasts with transparent lingerie.

  • The nude bandeau bra

The most basic and versatile of invisible undergarments with an openwork top: the nude bandeau bra guarantees good support without spoiling the sexy effect of an openwork top with straps. It's compatible with the openwork cross-over top, but not recommended with the fashionable openwork top, which attaches to the bust with pearls.

  • The beige adhesive band bra

For openwork tops that are very open on the tummy, it's best to turn to flesh-colored adhesive bands. Invisible, they adhere to the skin to offer a minimum of curve and support. They can be worn with jeweled openwork tops.

How to wear an openwork top for women?

  • The criss-cross openwork top

Choose a short top that crosses at the navel. Very much in vogue on influencers' Instagram feeds, but also in street looks, the openwork top is becoming a future basic in women's dressing. Wear the plain openwork double-breasted top with high-waisted, straight-cut light-blue jeans for a retro effect. Break up the sexy glamour of the openwork double-breasted top with softer, yet feminine, complementary pieces.

  • The plain openwork crop top with pearls

Very much in vogue with young women and it girls, theopenwork crop top with pearls revives the fashion of the 2000s. It's chic and casual at the same time, paired with raw black high-waisted jeans, for example. It's best reserved for spring and summer, when you can mix it with maxi skirts, flare jeans, wideshorts... If you don't want to be vulgar and make a fashion faux pas, wear a beaded openwork top with loose, masculine pieces.

How to choose an openwork top to suit your body type?

For women in 0-shape, it's best to choose flowing openwork tops in classic sizes. Curvy women should also avoid openwork crop tops. V-shaped women should avoid openwork tops with overly imposing details, such as ruffles, prints or shoulder pads. On the other hand, for this type of silhouette, openwork tops with a V-neckline are preferable.

For A shapes, go for openwork tops with volume, graphic prints and lace-up bows. Combine with trapeze skirts, high-waisted pants and carrot pants. For women with an 8 silhouette, all openwork tops are suitable, while those that are more fitted and form-fitting are reserved more for women in X and I shapes.

What accessories should I wear with an openwork top?

You can wear an openwork top with any piece of classic women's wardrobe: jeans , pants, skirts... as long as you choose them in a casual style and with a straight, high-waisted cut. As the openwork top is a strong piece, we prefer complementary pieces in our wardrobe that are more sober and elegant. The openwork top goes particularly well with high-waisted jeans and sneakers. It can also be worn with a fitted blazer jacket or trench coat and flare jeans. Bags and jewelry also play the sober, casual card. To be totally on trend, wear an openwork top with a silver link necklace or a choker.

Clutches, purses and mini handbags are more popular than fanny packs. The combination of shoulder bag and openwork top is a daring one, but can be pulled off if worn with wide-leg pants and derbies.



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