When it comes to sheer, less is always more.
On the great catwalks of the world, we see displays of sheer in slices on the shirts, in panels on skirts, and even head-to-toe sheer on dresses (Fendi we're looking at you). While we can look to these interpretations of the not-going-anywhere sheer trend, we have to face facts that they might not necessarily translate to wearable outfits for our everyday. Barely-there doesn't quite work in the office. See-through ad dinner will turn heads for all the wrong reasons.
We're in the game of slightly sheer as opposed to totally transparent (take a look at some of the lightest constructions of our Liberty silk shirts and dresses to see what we mean).
If you're wondering how to make space for the sheer trend in your wardrobe, we suggest bearing in mind all of the below. And remember, it's not a look to be scared of. Embrace it, but with a little bit of etiquette...