See-through clothing  

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See-through clothing is any garment of clothing made with lace, mesh or sheer material that allows the wearer's body or undergarments to be seen through its fabric. See-through fabrics have been featured heavily on high-fashion runways since 2006. This use of see-through fabrics as a common element in designer clothing resulted in the "sheer fashion trend" that has been predominant in fashion circles since 2008. See-through fabric is sometimes called "nude netting."


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