Sheer pieces have become a key trend on the runways. While it's a tricky fad to master, streetstyle stars have found a way to don it without looking too exposed. Sheer sleeves, overshirts, and jackets have become popular especially amongst local celebs. Ahead, check out how local stars are riding on this #hubadera trend.
You can still wear your jackets in the midst of this heat, provided it comes in sheer material!
Puffy sleeves are given a more frothy look if they're made of sheer fabric.
Maja looks extra sweet in her lace and sheer frock by Patricia Santos.
Issa gives the sheer trend a tough look with her cropped top and baggy pants.
If you're feeling too exposed, Maine has the perfect workaround: Throw in some fun patterns!
Choose a refreshing hue to make the sheer 'fit look modern, according to Sarah Lahbati.
Team the sheer buttondown with cargo pants for a more casual take.
Add some corset deets to make the look a bit more contemporary.
Dress in one hue to make your sheer ensemble look polished.
Learn to layer in style if sheer tops make you feel too exposed.