The Bra Trend Fashion Girls Are Wearing as Tops

Okay, you already know it’s no longer taboo to wear your lingerie outside of the bedroom. And now that we’ve reached the tipping point where summer gives way into fall, layering is about to be top of mind for the next few months. Luckily, with all of the stylish racerback bras on the market, you can have a top that’ll act as your bra and your top—sounds like a win-win situation to us.

This year, whether it’s a style that feels parallel to a classic sports bra or a more delicate lace option, fashion girls are swapping out their everyday crop tops for a cool racerback style. Wear them under a denim jacket or looser tops when you need more coverage, or wear them on their own with a pair of high-waisted jeans for your next night out. If you’re on board with this easy trend, scroll down to shop 17 chic racerback bras to add into your wardrobe now.

Wear this when you want to e comfortable and still look cool.

You can never go wrong with one of Calvin Klein's racerback bralettes.

I own this bra and it's unbelievably soft and light.

You can't deny how utterly pretty this is.

You can wear this to your next workout class or to brunch with cool cargo pants.

On-trend and comfortable? What could be better?

This will feel so delicate underneath an oversize jean jacket.

You have to experience Beyond Yoga's space-dye fabric to understand how insanely soft it is.

This would look just as good with the matching leggings as it would with baggy jeans and sneakers.

If you need a style that's undeniably comfortable, go for this one from Calvin Klein.

If one of the whopping 16K (!) reviews on Amazon don't convince you on these, I'm not sure what will.

The 259 glowing Nordstrom reviews don't lie.

You'll want to show off the back.

Hands down, this will be one of the most comfortable bras you own.

The padding makes this almost as supportive as your classic bra.

Wear this with a relaxed suit and sneakers like a true fashion girl.

Up next, check out see the prettiest lingerie trends of 2021, according to a lingerie model.

This story was published at an earlier date and has since been updated.

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