These styles use a loose knitting style that creates larger holes – making the sweater kind of see through and very breathable, even if it’s heavy yarn. There are so many ways to wear this kind of sweater and we’ve rounded up a few of our favorites! Basic, seamless tank tops are so great for layering! You can go for a spaghetti strap, racerback, or sleeveless tank. Try a camisole that either matches the sweater or blends into your skin. You can also wear a basic tank underneath, so you can take the sweater off if you get too hot. We suggest to wear something that you won’t mind wearing solo, just in case you want to peel off your top layer.
La Perla’s gold ‘Maison’ camisole has been made in Italy from liquid silk-blend satin. It’s hand-embroidered with floral-lace that’s thoughtfully placed to frame and enhance your bust.
SACAI Lace-trimmed cotton-blend jersey and laser-cut poplin sweatshirt
Sacai’s Spring ’17 capsule is inspired by fabrics traditionally used for sportswear. This sweatshirt is cut from soft, spongy cotton-blend jersey and paneled with a laser-cut poplin back. A trim of lace peeking out from the camisole lining makes it feel elegant.