FINDING the perfect bra to pair with a backless dress can be tricky, but finding the right underwear to go with this skirt, could be even harder.
Online retailer Fashion Nova has just released a cut-out PU skirt, but would you dare to wear it?
The black mini is high-rise and features double cut-out detail on the left side.
Made from black PU fabric, the super fitting style measures 14 inches in length.
And if you fancy getting your hands on the tiny skirt, it'll set you back just under £22.
While we're scratching our heads over how to wear this style with underwear, it seems customers are baffled too.
- Cut them out skirt, £21.79, Fashion Nova – buy now
Fashion Nova took to social media to post an image of the daring style on Instagram – and followers were a little bit confused.
One user commented: "How does she wear undies?" While another said: "How do u even wear panties w these".
But while some were baffled over the style, others went wild for the skirt.
One excited user admitted: "This skirt is everything. I'm going to for sure buy it".
Fashion Nova isn't the only brand releasing some bold styles recently.
Last month, Prettylittlething released an "extreme nude" sequin dress – and you can't wear a bra OR knickers with it.
Would you buy this daring style?
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