A lacy top can add a touch of femininity and elegance to your look, creating a stylish, fashion-forward look. However, if what you wear underneath it is ill-fitting or too distracting, it can take away from what could be a stylish look.

You don’t need to be intimidated by what to wear under a lace top though, there are plenty of options to choose from that can fit your styling needs and elevate your lacey look.

Whether you are going for a sensual, bold look or an elegant dainty one, you don’t have to be stuck on what to wear under your lace top with these options below.

 

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Camisole

Camisole

A camisole is an easy, comfortable option to wear under your lace top. It is a smooth option that will hug your body and lay smooth under your lace.  

Camisoles are a popular item for professional and formal settings as they offer more coverage while also creating an elegant look that doesn’t draw attention to itself. 

Find more camisoles here.

 

Strapless Bra

Strapless Bra

A strapless bra is a feminine, flirty look under your lace shirt. It offers coverage for your bust while showing off your midriff. Save these looks for a fun night out and not so much for a professional setting like your office.

For a bold look, choose a white bra or bright color that will stand out under your lace shirt. For a more neutral look, choose a black or nude shade bra that won’t be as visible under your shirt.

Try out these bras.

 

Bralette

Bralette

A bralette is both functional and fashionable and is designed not to be seen. It provides support and coverage while still being stylish. Go for a lacey look that will blend in with your lace top or go for a plain, neutral color that will blend in with your skin. 

Why not try an organic cotton bralette?

 

Bright Color 

Bright Color

If you want to create a bold look, choose an underlayer in a bright color that will stand out under your lace. A bright color undershirt or bra will pop and create a fun additional layer and element to your lace shirt.

Find bright color bras here.

 

Coordinated Color 

Coordinated Color

Like a black or nude color top, a top that matches the color of your lace top will blend in underneath. If you are wearing a navy blue lace top, try a navy blue bra or camisole that will create a backdrop for your lace without overpowering it.

Check out these different colored tank tops.

 

Tank Top

Tank Top

Many people already have a selection of tank tops in their closet to choose from, making a tank top a quick, accessible option to wear under your lace top. Choose tank tops with smoother materials that won’t catch on your lace.

Opt for more form-fitting tank tops to show off your form and create a hidden backdrop for your lace, or opt for a looser tank top to create a layered look.

Discover these sustainable tank tops.

 

Bodysuit 

Bodysuit

A bodysuit is a great option that can create shape and structure while also remaining neutral and hidden under your lace top.

Bodysuits also come in a variety of styles so you can choose how much coverage you want under your top.  

Discover these bodysuits.

 

Long Sleeve Shirt

Long Sleeve Shirt

Go with a long sleeve shirt under your lace if you want more coverage and more warmth. If your lace top is also a long sleeve, a long sleeve undershirt will create a seamless lining underneath.

Check out these shirts.

 

Long-Line Bra 

Long-Line Bra

A long-line bra falls below the bust, offering more coverage than a regular bra. A long-line bra is popular for special occasions as it provides enough coverage while also showing off your silhouette.

You will be comfortable, supported, and feminine for whatever occasion you wear it to.

Check out these underwear brands.

 

Bandeau Top

Bandeau Top

A bandeau top is a tube-like, stretchy piece that will remain snug against your bust without straps or hooks while still being comfortable and breathable.

A bandeau top is a great versatile option that can create a boho, relaxed look under your lace top that is also feminine.

Find more ways to wear a bandeau top here.

 

Crop Top

Crop Top

Choose a crop top under your lace for a layered look. Crop tops come in a variety of styles, with high necklines and low ones, sleeves and no sleeves, and varying lengths so you can choose the amount of coverage you want.

Most crop tops are lightweight and breathable so you won’t overheat and will stay comfortable throughout the day.

Find more crop tops here.

 

Shapewear

Shapewear

Shapewear under your lace shirt will create structure and a contoured, flattering shape while laying flat and seamless against you.  

The satin-like material of most shapewear won’t cling to your lace and creates a neutral backdrop to show off the intricacies of your lace top.

Check out these shapewear options.

 

Nothing

Nothing

If the situation permits, and you feel comfortable enough, wearing nothing under your lace shirt is an option. Your look will be bold and risque, and you will feel both sensual and liberated. Such a look is a huge statement that will create a lot of allure.

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Slip Shirt

Slip Shirt

A slip is an easy, versatile option that provides ample coverage without weighing you down. The lightweight, smooth material of the slip won’t cling to your lace and will stay comfortable all day long.  

You can layer your slip top over a bra or another layer for additional coverage and support, especially if it is sheer, or it can be worn on its own. Either way, you will have an elegant, classy-looking shirt combination.

Find more ideas on how to wear a slip.

 

Sports Bra

Sports Bra

A sports bra is an easy, seamless alternative to a bra or bralette. It will provide you support and some coverage under your lace top. It can also be layered under a tank top or camisole for a full-coverage look.

Check out these sports bras.



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