Let your Hanky Panky underpinnings peek out—we dare you!

This see-through trend has gone from the runways to the streets this season, but the challenge is doing it right. How do you know if you are showing too much or just enough?

We have pulled together some photos of stylish bloggers who have dared to let their underpinnings show—the right way!

Sheer striped blouse layered over a bra.

Image courtesy of StyleandPepper

Jessie Artigue of Style and Pepper is the queen of mixing and matching! She has taken advantage of a sheer striped shirt and added a dark bra underneath to find a fun solution to a difficult crop-top style. Try the trend with our Signature Lace Crossover Bralette in Nori, a new teal for Fall 2012.

Sheer metallic lace top with a black strapless bra underneath.

Image courtesy of On the Racks

Laura Ellner of street style blog On the Racks spins a classic pencil skirt and top into a daring ensemble by adding a dark strapless bra under her metallic grey tank. Try this look with our Hanky Panky Signature Lace Lined Bandeau Bralette!

Sheer sailboat shirt layered over a dark bra.

Image courtesy of Could I Have That

Classic styling with a bit of attitude. Street style blogger Samantha Hutchinson of Could I Have That shows us that a dark bra under a printed sheer top is a perfect combination! Try this look with our Hanky Panky Signature Lace Glam Bra.

Black chiffon blouse with sheer sides.

Image courtesy of Karla’s Closet

This  sexy dark number on Karla Deras from Karlas Closet’s only gives a bit away, showing her exposed bra under a chiffon top with sheer side panels. Try this look with our Signature Lace Bralette.

Black lace bandeau bra beneath a sheer beige tank and pencil skirt

Image courtesy of That Je Ne Sais Quoi. Photograph by Aaron Kellner

Lindsay, intimates guru and founder of That Je Ne Sais Quoi has a fresh, chic take on the innerwear as outwear trend. In this photo, she’s wearing our Signature Lace Lined Bandeau layered with a sheer beige tank and high-waisted pencil skirt.


About Hanky Panky

In 1977, designer Gale Epstein created a hand-made lingerie set for her friend, Lida Orzeck, crafted out of embroidered handkerchiefs. The original designs were the inspiration for the company name, Hanky Panky. Blending traditional with modern glam looks, Hanky Panky is a fashion favorite of countless celebrities.
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