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Famous Met Gala Looks & their Underfashion Secrets…Sssh!

Being fashion-forward requires forward thinking. After all, they don’t say, ‘Every outfit has a story,’ for nothing. So, for this year’s Met Gala attendees, that is exactly what we looked for – the legend behind the look.

Well! To be honest, it’s not just for the Met Gala attendees, these underfashion secrets are your knight in shining armor too.


Blake Lively

Blake Lively’s look was a fan favorite of the evening. The Versace gown featured a beaded bodice that reportedly took over 600 hours to embroider. The train was so long that she needed to take a party bus to the event.

Underfashion secret: Balconette Bra

Balconette bras is shaped like a balcony holding your breasts on the pedestal so, it pushes your breasts upward and inward thereby enhancing your look.



Katy Perry

Katy Perry stunned us all in a gold Versace mini-dress paired with angel wings more dramatic than the Victoria’s Secret runway has ever seen. She’s never one to shy away from the Gala’s theme, and this year was certainly no exception.

Underfashion secret: Demi-cup bra

Flaunt low necklines and show more and cover less. Clothing that accentuates cleavage is a perfect duo in sync with demi bras.


Priyanka Chopra

There isn’t a single aspect of Priyanka Chopra’s look that isn’t completely perfect. She stuck to the evening’s theme and opted to wear a Ralph Lauren velvet gown and a bejeweled hood that simply took our breath away.

Underfashion secret: Transparent bra

Bring sexy with styling all those fiddly outfits with a transparent strap bra. This is a total win-win situation where you get to flaunt your fashion style and at the same time you enjoy the much needed support of a completely transparent bra.


Gigi Hadid

Gigi Hadid’s Versace gown stunned, as the dress appeared to resemble a work of stained-glass art. If we’re picking personal favorite looks of the night, this one is it for me.

Underfashion secret: Multiway bra

If strapless isn’t the way you like to style it then bring those detachable straps to some creative use. A detachable strap bra can be used for multi-way styling as well by attaching-detaching the straps into different combinations like one-shoulder, halter-neck, cross-back and so on.


Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez is no stranger to the Met Gala, as she made an appearance for the tenth year in a row. She wore a Balmain gown with blue, red, and gold jewel details and an embroidered cross that made this look one of the most adored of the evening.

Underfashion secret: Tube bra

Wear the boldest of necks on an occasion without the worry of peeking bra straps. Comfort and support of a bra minus the ugly strap peeking – what more could you ask for! Tube bras are also known as bandeau bras and are one of the most useful ladies bra solutions that one can own.


 Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande’s custom Vera Wang gown featured printed images from Michelangelo’s “The Last Judgement” fresco, found on the altar wall of the Sistine Chapel, according to Vera Wang’s Instagram. As for her headpiece, it’s made of hand-draped horsehair and based on a modern interpretation of Catholic iconography.

Underfashion secret: Strapless bra

If you are in love with off-shoulder and sheer dresses then you BFF will surely be the strapless/multiway bras. Add or subtract the straps as you want, and you are good to go.


Cardi B

Cardi B literally glowed on the red carpet, and she and her baby bump stole the show. She opted to wear a gem-encrusted Moschino by Jeremy Scott gown with an added headpiece that certainly makes a statement.

Underfashion secret: Level-2 Push-up bra

A little push in the right direction: that is what a push up bra will do for you if you are looking to get that oomphatic look.



Fans had mixed reactions to Rihanna’s look, but we’re so here for it. She completely followed the evening’s theme and wore a beaded Margiela corset mini dress accompanied with a beaded miter that we can’t take our eyes off of.

Underfashion secret: Level-3 Push-up bra

As the name suggest, Level 3 of sexy push-up bra or say extreme push up bra gives you a complete transformation and doubles up your original size. It brings breast tissues closer and lifts them to create an illusion of a ‘kissing cleavage’.


Kim Kardashian

As always, Kim Kardashian stunned on the red carpet and showed off her gorgeous curves in a custom chainmail Versace dress. The embroidered crosses on her hip and bodice were the perfect way to tie the Gala’s theme in.

Underfashion secret: Demi-cup T-shirt bra

Clothing that accentuates cleavage is a perfect duo in sync with demi bras.  Demi cup bras cups cover half or three quarters of the breasts. Some of the bras also push breasts towards the centre to create cleavage. The straps are wide set to allow for outfits with open necklines.


Cara Delevingne

While Cara Delevingne’s outfit was an obvious choice to match the Gala’s theme, her violet hair was actually symbolic too.  It’s apparently “a color for Catholics that’s associated with mourning, the suffering of the crucifixion, royalty, and Christ’s resurrection and sovereignty.”

Underfashion secret: Pasties

These self-stick silicone covers take care of an important concern many small chested girls have when it comes to wearing sheer and see-through clothing: nipple peek through. Never fear a cool breeze again.


Emma Stone

We were picking up some serious Michael Jackson vibes after Emma Stone stunned us on the red carpet in a blue velvet dress by Louis Vuitton. Paired with intricate gold details, we have to wonder if there’s anything Emma Stone doesn’t look gorgeous in.

Underfashion secret: Deep plunge bra

Go bold and take a deep diving plunge with a sexy plunge bra. These deep neck bras feature an ultra-low neckline that instantly adds drama to your sexy outfits. Now you can confidently say bye-bye to those unnecessary and unwanted bra peeks that let down whenever you wear a deep neckline.


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