These Pieces Are Proof That Cutouts Are Effortlessly Sexy

Sexiness comes in many forms, and when it comes to the clothes you wear, less isn’t always more. In fact, the element of mystery can be the most alluring thing of all, and the following pieces with strategically-placed cutouts manage to inspire intrigue without baring everything.

In fact, the designers at Cushnie are experts at adding figure-flattering cutouts and sheer panels to their pieces. That way, they show just enough skin to keep onlookers guessing—and heads turning.

If you’re looking for an effortless way to look both sexy and sophisticated, tops and dresses with slits and cutouts offer the best of both worlds. Want proof? These gorgeous pieces by Cushnie manage to be modern but timeless, modest yet enticing, and perfectly appropriate for everything from a formal event to a night out on the town.

If crop tops are your thing, find a saucy little number with an unexpected eye-catching detail. This Aria Top has side cutouts that are cinched together with hoop-shaped hardware for a tough-girl edge.

Think high necklines are stuffy? Think again. The Alsia Dress rises high on the neck but shows off curves and just a sliver of skin. The right piece can be versatile enough for a cafe lunch date, evening cocktails, and everything in between.

Unique necklines add lots of interest to an outfit, and asymmetrical lines are totally on-trend. Try a black jumpsuit to in place of your LBD for a fresh take on a tried-and-true classic, like the Valetta Wide Leg Jumpsuit.

Another example of an asymmetrical neckline, the Karina Pencil Dress blends contemporary style with old Hollywood glam. Every woman should have a fire-engine-red dress, and one with geometric lines will definitely capture attention!

For a little more coverage that’s no less sultry, consider cutouts that are covered by a sheer panel. This piece shows a hint of cleavage while keeping everything safe and secure!

Headed to a more formal event? The Black Hedy Sheer Overlay Mini Dress is sheer, asymmetrical, and totally elegant.

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