October 28, 2019

5 Undergarments Every Woman Should Own

Behind every great outfit lies perfect underpinnings. We’re talking all things underwear with these five lingerie must-haves. —Jeanine Gordon

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the pretty bralette. Just say no to boring bras. Liven up your lingerie drawer with a bralette in lovely lace or a sweet print. We love The Micro Lace Trim Bralette ($25 from Blush) for smaller busts and the Curvy Sweetie Bralette ($65 from Cosabella) for those who need more support.

shapewear shorts. There’s no shame in the shapewear game. In fact, slimming, controlling pieces are red-carpet staples and if it’s good enough for Beyoncé, it’s good enough for us! We love the Wacoal Inside Edit High-Waist Thigh Shaper ($82 at The Bay) for the ultimate sleek silhouette under any outfit.

invisible undies. Magic underwear? They exist! Also known as the nude, seamless thong, slip a pair on under light-colored pants and skirts, body-hugging dresses, or leggings as an undetectable lingerie staple. We live for the Soft Stretch Seamless Thong by Chantelle ($28 at Nordstrom).

a special sports bra. Sports bras needn’t be all function without fashion. Elevate your workout look (and boost your motivation) by treating yourself to a colorful and fun sports bra like the Vera Medium Impact Sports Bra ($20 from Fabletics).

the lace cami. Consider a lace camisole to be your underwear drawer hero. Wear it for va-va-voom special occasions, as an extra layer under sweaters, or make it part of your outfit by letting it peek out from under a jacket or blouse. Our ride-or-die favorite is the Signature Lace V-Front Cami ($72 from Hanky Panky).


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