The Best Undergarments For Different Outfits | Clozette


Did you know that choosing the correct undergarments can instantly boost your confidence? Because the right ones will give you better fit and more comfort. Finding the perfect seamless underwear is easier than you think. All you need to do is to invest in key pieces that will go well with different types of outfit. Keep reading to learn more.


Casual jeans and basic tee


H&M Slim High Waist Jeans, USD22; MADEWELL Slub cotton-jersey T-shirt, USD26; WACOAL Jacquard Underwire Bra, USD42; Triumph Pure Invisible Hipster Panty, USD10


Fashion rules state that if you want invisible undergarments, choose something that matches your skin tone. A fuller cup with a proper fit will secure your tatas adequately, and for the bottoms we recommend hipster panties — a hybrid of bikini and boyshorts. 


Sleeveless top and high-waisted shorts


RAG & BONE Slub Pima cotton-jersey tank, USD79; MANGO High-waist shorts , USD43; Maidenform Lace Racerback Bralette, USD36; Dorina Lorraine Brief Panties, USD12


When going to the gym, consider sweat-proof underwear. These type of undergarments hide those straps and panty lines when wearing sleeveless tops and shorts. Invest in racerback bras designed to conceal back straps and keep front straps from slipping. Athleisure style need not be boring, so choose an intricate design or color and fabrics with pads or underwire for added support, as well as absorbent of sweat. For bottoms, look for brief cuts that rest on or below your belly button to cover hips without peeking out of your shorts. 


Button-down shirt and pencil skirt


NEW LOOK White Long Sleeve Shirt, USD16; NEW LOOK Black Tie Waist Paperbag Pencil Skirt, USD26; Victoria's Secret Floral Lace Scoop Bralette, USD36; Victoria's Secret Seamless Bikini Panty, USD4


We usually layer on a cami between a bra and a button down, and this can feel stuffy so thank innovation for camisole bras. This could be a cami with padding or bralettes. These are so stylish and functional as extra coverage on the bust, to avoid hollow bulging button gaps. For your pencil skirt, we recommend a seamless bikini for completely invisible undergarments. These can also apply to when you wear blazer with trousers.


Flowy dress and delicates


Violeta by MANGO Plus Size Buttoned Flowers Dress, USD55; La Senza Seamless Boyshort Panty, USD11; b.tempt'd by Wacoal Ciao Bella Balconette Bra 953144, USD39


Not all of us can handle a Marilyn Monroe "Flying Skirt" moment, so we recommend wearing high-waisted boyshorts or full briefs to avoid any unwanted exposure. These are super comfortable to wear, paired with a flowy dress and gentle on delicate fabrics like lace, while doubling as shapewear. For your bra, we suggest a balconette shape perfect for all necklines while giving a rounder bust and lift to contrast with the draped bottom of the dress.



Plunging neckline bodycon


NEW LOOK Mela Navy Pintuck Wrap Front Bodycon Dress, USD46; LA PERLA SECOND SKIN Black underwired padded U-bra bodysuit, USD325


For special occasions when we want to flaunt our bodies with form-fitting dresses, we need a versatile underwear set that supports the right places without the suffocation. Time to invest and bring out the shaping bodysuit. They come as a one-piece jumpsuit or chemise, with removable straps that work with strapless, backless and plunge neckline cuts. Otherwise, look for a bra with a lowback and longline with a push-up underwire, paired with a thong or g-strings for maximum invisibility.


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Queen Mama Market



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Stylenanda Pink Hotel



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