The Lingerie Trend: Longline Bras and Cami Tops
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Lingerie is one of those feel-good categories that we often romanticize. Sure, it's literally a romantic category, from lacy bras to cute undies and silky slips. Still, when we think about it, we're not actually wearing those superpretty pieces all that often. That is, for comfort anyway. And right now, we're all about at-home style, which means lots of leisurewear, from sweats to hoodies and leggings. Pragmatic unmentionables like seamless thongs, cotton briefs, and soft bralettes are the usual standbys that we pair with such attire, which got us thinking: what lingerie trends can we rock at home that are comfy, too?
Naturally, we took our quest to Instagram to scroll through all of the recent cozy outfit snaps that some of our favorite celebrity and fashion influencers have been posting from home. We quickly realized there are a ton of cute, loungewear-inspired lingerie trends happening right now, and with a nostalgic '90s and early aughts twist, to boot.
Matching camisole-and-panty sets? Yep! They're perfect for lounging around the house in on their own. High-cut bikinis? Yes, indeed. We love them paired with a so-soft tee and tall tube socks (just slip on a pair of sweats if you get chilly). Unlined bras for some comfy-sexy support? Yes, please! From sheer lace and mesh to eyelet styles, we love this look in fun colors from pastel to neon. Even good ol' cotton undies are trending! Especially classic cuts from Calvin Klein. Give these a fashion-forward at-home look by pairing them with an oversize sweatshirt, socks, and a piece of jewelry, because why not? Or, go super comfy with the band of a pair peeking out from a stylish sweatsuit.
Keep scrolling for a full breakdown of the nine comfy lingerie trends we're rocking at home right now. Plus, shop our edit to keep your underwear drawer stocked while you're social distancing and beyond.