No doubt it's because we've lived through most of them already, being of a certain vintage, and everything comes full circle eventually. Like 'sheer', which we first wore with gay abandon in the 70s (when we were last a size 8 without the merest hint of midriff bulge or bingo wings).
Sheer is still one of the looks we love and although we're no longer brave enough nor young enough to embrace total transparency in the form of a see-through dress any time soon, we'll certainly be sporting see-through sleeves and bare-all blouses (the latter only under cover of cardigan).
Sheer chiffon and lace are such delightfully feminine fabrics which can be worn by the demure as well as the daring with a bit of help from modesty preserving camisoles, cardis, shrugs and jackets.
So here are some examples of sheer fashion indulgence from our catalogue for you to wear any which way you dare!
Sheer black lace tiered dress
Sheer midnight blue sequinned flapper top
80s sheer peach pie crust collar blouse
Frank Usher sheer embellished silk evening coat
Mas-Sai black lace top
Monsoon sheer electric blue lurex batwing top
Sheer black bolero jacket pictured with metallic skirt and camisole
Sheer black lace ruffle blouse with double layer red and black lace skirt
Coming soon we have this New Wave sheer white chiffon and satin batwing slash back top. Sheer indulgence!
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