No underwire? No problem.
Aritzia Monterey Bralette
Crafted from the prettiest Chantilly lace (ooh), but with the addition of a barely-there, skin-friendly lining (aah), this light-as-air design is definitely one to add to the weekend rotation. Bonus? The slender straps have a J-hook, so you can convert it to a racerback as well. Available in four colors.
Topshop Microfibre Crop Top
Called a “crop top” because of its lengthening long-line silhouette, this bra combines the best of both worlds—microfiber cups keep sensitive skin happy, while the lace detail extends up the racerback (key for layering with backless or open-back styles).
Pink Unlined Floral Lace Halter Bralette
Finally, a comfortable (and lovely) solution to the dilemma of what to wear under a halter top. You can also try it beneath a tee or a tank—the petal-edged lace was meant to be seen. Available in six colors.
Aerie Hi-Neck Boho Bralette
They may be called underpinnings for a reason, but that doesn’t mean you can’t show them off. Layer this high-necked bralette under a top with a low-cut neckline to let the floral lace peek out (and provide a little modesty). Available in five colors.
Hanky Panky Signature Lace Lined Bandeau
Layer this bandeau under wrap dresses, loose swing shifts, or plunging necklines. Once you work it into your wardrobe, you’ll wonder how you lived without it. Also available in black.
Eberjey Marissa Stretch-Lace Bra
From the dusty rose hue to the scallop-trimmed edges and grosgrain straps, no detail has been overlooked in this delicate little number, including fit—from the band to the actual lace, the whole bra stretches to suit.
Cosabella Cheyenna Triangle Bralet
It may be soft and comfortable enough to be loungewear, but with its intricate, deco-inspired eyelash lace and playful quarter cups, you may want to reserve this one for a more special occasion.