According to the Runways, No Shirt, No Problem

The old adage, no shoes, no shirt, no service need not apply to the spring 2022 runways—the-bra-as-a-shirt trend is sticking around for another season. Brands like Etro, Fendi, Brandon Maxwell, Missoni, Jonathan Simkhai, and Dolce & Gabbana have proven that classic triangle bras and longline lace bralettes will do just fine worn under tailored suiting and menswear-inspired separates.

The bra top as a shirt is a micro-trend belonging to our post-pandemic tastes for subtle sultriness—or simply put, designers have brought sexy back. The ongoing appetite to get back out into the world has meant runways brimming with slinky, body-conscious knitwear, ultra-sheer dresses, corseted blazers, and garments with cutouts at the hips.

While body-baring clothing can feel intimidating to some, the bra as a top is one of the more accessible of the current sultry trends. Strike the right balance by pairing bralettes and bra tops with oversized, boyish pieces like a slouchy suit, a baggy button-up (worn open) with a pair of equally loose jeans.

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