1. Elevate the bodysuit
Kim Kardashian West has been a major trailblazer of the bodysuit, but there’s more ways to wear it than with low-slung joggers.
Consider taking yours to ladylike heights with a sleek silhouette worn under a sheer, feminine dress.
Stick to monochrome, choose non-sporty accessories and you’ll have one elegant yet alluring look.
2. Rework your corset
Forget the skimpy corsets of Moulin Rouge; wearing your basque as an oversized belt is infinitely more directional.
This street-inspired combination will cinch without the pinch, making the most of a womanly figure.
The trick is in the layering. Make like editors at the shows and wear a structured bodice like Agent Provocateur's Cadance corset over voluminous shapes. Pick an oversized shirt or jumbo sweater to offset the sultriness.
3. Wrap it up
Still holding onto your trusty puffer? As the weather turns warmer, now is the time to reach for its spring alternative.
A kimono is packed with the allure of soft, lightweight fabric, bold prints and beautiful Japanese history.
When cocooning yourself in this louche piece, consider proportions. Pair with cropped, straight-leg jeans, block heels and sculptural jewellery for a look that’s punchy yet pretty.
4. Expose your bra
No longer a wardrobe malfunction, it’s now acceptable - charming, even - to flaunt your bra.
Sure, playing peekaboo isn’t for everyone, and should be avoided when dressing for work, but flashing your underpinnings can be chic dans nuit.
Swap beige bras for bold colours and scalloped edges worn beneath a high-necked, semi-sheer top in a contrasting colour.
5. Try reverse layering
Take the bra-on-show trend one step further and wear it over your top. Daring, yes, but do it the grown-up way and you'll be on-trend without feeling over-exposed.
Choose oh-so-delicate lace that demands to be seen, then keep the rest of your look minimal so as to rebuff any suggestion of indecency.
A mannish shirt and low-key jeans with a khaki jacket draped over the shoulders packs a subtle vibe. Now go turn heads...