Photo via Tank Magazine. Amanda Norgaard photographed by Jonas Bresnan.
I prefer to layer sheers that are semi-sheer to nearly opaque. Also, pairing something sheer on top with bralettes and higher waisted items can help break things up a bit visually.
The Hook & Eye Dress adds sheerness to your look while breaking up the lines of the body in an appealing way. It also creates a high-waist, which has the added plus of lengthening the look of your legs.
Photo via Josh Wool. Model: Lohla Ramona Corby, MUA: Gil Aldrin, and Hair: Miho Shimizu
The Nostalgia Top combines sheer details with a lower-lined waist and the vertical hook & eye tape and darts that add extra interest.
Longline Bralettes are also great for layering with sheer tops.
Photo via: Ashley Massarella | Models: Amanda Griffith & Miwa Sakamoto
Never underestimate the daily wear of semi sheer knits with bralettes Even just the subtle sense of sheerness in a basic top can convert a lingerie look to a ready-to-wear look.
Photo via Bill Walters. Model: Ekaterina, Mua: Sandradene Fearon, and Hair: Midoma Salon.
Scoopneck Lace Top available in Ivory or Rose. While Ivory creates a fairly sheer look, Rose creates a subtle semi-sheer look. Dropped-armhole sleeves keep this top from looking too overtly feminine.