Hands up who’s scared? I won't lie, it’s going to be hard to reject this escalating trend, but it needn’t impose hair-raising fear either. If you're still not convinced you can go there, celebrities are partly to blame. In a misguided attempt to scene-steal, many waft down red carpets donning bras and knickers (if we're lucky) and using something akin to a piece of cling film in lieu of a dress.
But the correct direction for this trend should reference glamourous, sultry scenes of 1930s films, where the high-waisted brief, not the g-string, was the epitome of sexiness. Your underwear drawer isn’t about to be put under a microscope – it’s just required for a small cameo here and there. The aim is tease, subtle sexiness and femininity, rather than full throttle raunch. Here’s how to pull it off while still leaving plenty of tid-bits to fill the imagination.