This New (Complicated) Underwear Trend Is Becoming a Thing

When it comes to lingerie, we’ve shared our fair deal of insights. From the underwear brands that are known to last the longest and the trend that makes your legs look way longer to the “granny panties” that are weirdly hot and the proof that briefs are trending, we have a constant eye on what’s new in the undergarments industry. To add to the list of popular lingerie content, today we’re bringing you the latest underwear trend that’s taking over our favorite shopping sites.

Take a browse through Shopbop, Net-a-Porter, and Free People (to name a few), and if you have a thematic eye (like myself), you’ll notice strappy underwear trending on each site. From thongs with double straps to high-cut briefs with crisscross details, it seems the more complicated the better for lines like Cosabella and For Love & Lemons. While most lingerie brands offer the style in black, we did find a few options with more playful vibes like pretty prints and pastel colors. Keep reading to check out the new (complicated) underwear trend we’re noticing right now.

This brand always kills it.

Cute-but-comfortable is key.

Rihanna never disappoints.

You can’t go wrong with Agent Provocateur.

Ties make everything better.

An approachable take on the trend.

The little lace detail makes this extra special.

Why play it safe?

Need this.

What a shade of red.

Asymmetry makes everything more interesting.

Your everyday thong, made better.

Skinny straps for the win.

Don’t forget about ASOS’s epic lingerie selection. 

A back moment is always fun.

Yes please.

Chic.

How could this set not make you instantly happy?

This brand will be your new go-to for both lingerie and loungewear.

Too pretty to pass up.

Adds to cart immediately.

An unexpected but lovely color.

Not your average nude thong!

This high cut is so flattering.

Next: 42 things you have to see from Shopbop, Nordstrom, and Net-a-Porter right now.

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