Bare minimum

24/02/2012

Gucci Fall 2012, Alberta Ferretti Fall 2012
We wore them as underwear and then outerwear and showed a little bit here or there and now it looks like we won’t need our bras at all, after all the efforts and thoughts.

So far neither Gucci nor Alberta Ferretti used this delicate piece of every woman’s wardrobe to stimulate imagination or provide extra coverage or support. Instead they went all sheer and bra-less giving the world a chance to see it all as nature intended.

Gucci Fall 2012, Alberta Ferretti Fall 2012
Gucci Fall 2012, Alberta Ferretti Fall 2012
What do you think? I feel that it’s definitely a good way to go if you are watching your spendings because no longer a girl would need to worry about buying both a Gucci sheer blouse AND a gorgeous La Perla bra to match, but concentrate all her financial efforts on the blouse only.

Gucci Fall 2012, Alberta Ferretti Fall 2012
Gucci Fall 2012, Alberta Ferretti Fall 2012
It would definitely be a treat for every man’s eyes, particularly those lacking an ability to imagine things whenever the view is obstructed. On the other hand the trend can be definitely dangerous when introduced as a daywear because it will certainly affect the traffic and increase the number of accidents both on the road and in the workplace.

Should you feel like embracing the look, do consider a blazer. After all, some things are still best to be left unseen no matter how beautiful they might be.

Photo sources: Gucci Fall 2012, Alberta Ferretti Fall 2012 via style.com

8 comments:

  1. I'm not a prude so no bras on the runway don't bother me, but in my opinion a bra under a sheer blouse is always a much more elegant look.

    I also don't think it's the intention of the designers to make everyone go for the no-bra look even though the clothes are presented in that way on the runway itself. Well, at least I hope it isn't ;-)

    Have a wonderful weekend ;-)

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  2. beautiful dresses .. at least, aka worthy ..)
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  3. Love the sheer trend but I do agree with you about the blazer :-)

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  4. whoa. Those these looks are gorgeous, I just don't see myself (or any one else for that matter) being able to get away with this in public. Just sheer is fine, no bra is fine, but together.. yikes! lol, but thats just me!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog! Enjoy your weekend!

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  5. I'm OK with the look on the catwalk. And I love sheer blouses, but a bra is a must-have off the runway. Or, I'll give you an example of a Mango dress I own, one of my favourites. The skirt part, meaning from below the bust-knee length part, is black tulle with nude lining. The upper part is black lace: the front part has a nude lining, just as the skirt, the back part has only the lace, so it's transparent. I wear this dress bra-less and it looks very stylish this way, covering as mush as it should.
    I hope you have a wonderful weekend, my dear Natalia! xo

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  6. Gorgeous dresses...so it will be interesting to see who takes the plunge. And such a good point you make about saving money on a good bra, haha! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    xo Mary Jo

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  7. I agree with Lisa - no bras on the runway is one thing, but I do believe a bra underneath a sheer blouse is a much more elegant look to aspire to when one is walking the regular runways of life (i.e. the street) xx

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  8. Yup...I totally agree that if you are going to wear something sheer, definitely go with something over or under it...ahhh!

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