SHEER goodness that goes the distance. The sheer effect lets you show off just the right amount of skin, without straddling the hoochie line. Did I just really say ‘hoochie’? Think of it as being tastefully scandalous.
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Business in the front; party on the side. Digging the single cut-out shoulder on the Coming Soon Change Flared Dress ($477), with the surprise side sheer panels. The Opening Ceremony Slip Dress ($396) adds a modern twist with sheer mesh patches at the top, bottom and sides. Better make sure you’re wearing your best black briefs since they’ll be out on public display.
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Other choice sheerness includes this Mason by Michelle Mason Tank Dress ($209) with lace cut-outs at the waist and bottom. I’ve had my eye on this Loeffler Randall Overlay Dress ($312) for some time now, but that sale price (down from $625) hasn’t budged in months. Although more on the classically sophisticated end, it’s also available in black at Goldyn. I heart Karen Zambos Vintage Couture, and this Harlow Dress in Polka Dot ($215) is no exception. It’s totally girly with the ruffle trim along the sweetheart neckline, and the emerald color is a bonus. Finally, for a more simple sheer effect, the LaROK Blue Bon Voyage Dress ($277) is a carefree throw-on.
Currently overplaying Rachael Yamagata.