Summer style  is often associated with a looser interpretation of the public dress code, meaning bikini bottoms, playsuits, and more are fair game. This year, we noticed some ladies losing another layer, namely, their underwear. Whether the trend was born of a reaction to the soaring temperatures, a desire to appear edgier, or just a personal preference is unclear. A major street style development — less about the clothes and more, well, about what women are not wearing — took the fashion world by storm.
Going braless is definitely trendy, and it's also now part of a larger movement. Today, Oct. 13, has been christened #NoBraDay. The date was selected right in the middle of Breast Cancer Awareness month in order to spread the word about the disease. The idea is that, by going braless, women will think about their breasts, and in so doing, give themselves a self-check or schedule an appointment for their mammogram.
It's a great cause, but going braless may be easier said than done. The au naturel look  is a pretty common occurrence in the model world and certainly in the fashion crowd, but with real women taking on the trend, it begs the question: would you do it, too? Scroll to see how the braless trend is taking over, and then let us know what you think.
Sometimes it's just a matter of not finding the right bra — in this case a cutout, halter-style dress doesn't leave many options for your underthings.
A breezy slip dress is even breezier without a bra, right?
Sure, you could wear a bra with a long-sleeved shirt, but she just proved you don't have to.
It's tricky finding a bra to fit with a fitted tank like this, but we'd recommend a good strapless to do the trick.
Even when you can wear a bra, you might just not want to.
She channeled the ease of a nightgown, even forgoing her undergarments.
Keeping it easy and breezy, sans bra.
A deep V doesn't always give room to wear a bra — that's the truth.