Trends from fashion month we’ve period proofed.

Fashion month has come, gone and brought back a few big trends. Wearing underwear out is in, sheer is here, less is still more, and layering just became a science. Overwhelmed? Honestly same, so we broke down all the ways you can (realistically) incorporate some Parisian style into your everyday, even on your period. 

Bring on black-on-black for bar hangs. 

Who doesn’t love a LBD moment? Or really any black-on-black number? It’s the shade guaranteed to elevate the most basic of items into chic territory, especially when layered well. We’re fans of any snug dress or skirt that subtly teases what’s underneath, without overtly calling it out. DIY for your next bar sesh by pairing a long netted black dress with our Seamfree Bikini, in black of course. It’s a comfy-yet-secure fit that looks good, feels soft, and lets you move easily without risking a leak.   

Layer with contrast for date night. 

Layering is the name of the game this year but don’t be fooled, we’re not talking about shrouding your body in an onslaught of weighted fabrics, this trend is contractedly minimal. The recent Autumn/Winter 2024 Fashion Month saw a rise in considered layering: balancing a few simple but distinct pieces of varying textures, fabrics and tones to create a cohesive look that doesn’t completely hide your figure and it’s a great one for date night. We’d pair a sheer matching set with our buttery soft, Seamfree Hi-leg Cheeky undies, an oversized jumper and some sleek kitten heels — the perfect balance of skin and fabric, edge and warmth.

Try underwear as outwear at your next party.  

If you’re like us and want nothing more than to replicate something like Sydney Sweeney’s iconic Paris Fashion Week look, we recommend channelling the sheer skirts of the Parisian runway with our Seamfree Full Brief at your next party. Sitting above the hips, this snug design is a more elevated take on regular underwear with all the leak-proof protection you need on heavier days — the perfect companion for long nights and heavy days.

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