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High-Neck Lingerie: The New Trend You Need to Know

Disclosure: This article is sponsored by Yandy Lingerie.

Fashion is all about what's new and what's next, and intimate apparel is no exception. And the latest trend of the moment is high-neck lingerie.

A natural offshoot from the bralette trend with its emphasis on visible little details and innerwear-as-outerwear versatility, high-neck bras offer a multitude of new styling options for those who feel exhausted by the strappy trend or bored by the basic triangle cup. And, of course, high-neck bras are a perfect fit halterneck dresses and tops.

If the bra part of this trend is a little intimidating to you, especially for wearing away from home, there's always high-neck teddies, bodysuits, and chemises to try. Because why limit yourself to just bras when there are so many possibilities?

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Cora Harrington

Founder and Editor in Chief of The Lingerie Addict. Author of In Intimate Detail: How to Choose, Wear, and Love Lingerie. I believe lingerie is fashion too, and that everyone who wants it deserves gorgeous lingerie.

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  1. Lauriana says:

    I can’t help it but I keep getting distracted by the mysteriously absent nipples in some of these garments. It doesn’t bother me so much with the lacy ones, the lace might just do good job at hiding them. But in mesh… I understand some brands may not want to show nipples because it would make their images unsuitable for all kinds of ages and/or environments but is pretending that their models are real-life Barbie dolls really the answer? I for one would be a lot less bothered by nipple pasties or tape than by these thorough bits of Photoshop work!

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