The bustier is back, that’s for sure. Overlapping this desire for femininity that decodes from our analyses, it is clear that the bustier is certainly one of the most feminine and controversial pieces of the wardrobe and which has an important social and anthropological meaning for women. The time has come to revisit this piece to the taste of 2019 feminism. Analyzing the catwalk shows, there were 49% more bustiers than the previous year and for the Winter 2019-20 the growth of the bustier is 38% compared to the previous year. Premium brands cannot miss the trend and have created un-constructed bustier effects for very feminine tops. The neo-bustier has puffed sleeves, rather short, and a beautiful square or heart-shaped neckline. The most used materials are: cotton, viscose and linen. A brand that expresses this piece well is Reformation, which smartly combines a very feminine style with sustainability.
20 April 2019