A womens bustier is almost like a modern version of what used to be referred to in the 1970s and 1980s as boob tubes. Nowadays, however, they are a little more stylish and look as though their design has been based on the even older bodice that appeared in medieval times and stayed in fashion as part of dresses right up until the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
This type of womens top is quite neat looking and goes well over tight fitting trousers, but can also be worn with a flared skirt to create a contrast between your lower and upper halves. If you really enjoy wearing this type of garment, it would be a good plan to purchase several in different shades that can be relied on for formal and casual events.
A bustier looks fantastic with skinny jeans and flat pump shoes. It also looks good with short and long skirts worn with high heels. For evening dos, go for designs that have beads and sequins sewn onto their surfaces that glitter and catch the light under artificial and natural light.
A womens bustier is usually quite tight fitting and can have scalloped edges at the chest area. It is great for wearing in warm weather as they leave the arms bare and free of clothes so that you can catch the sun if you want to. Many examples can be found with lace work up the front of them that can be pulled to tighten the top.