Sexy New Naked Bra' Trend Is Slammed by Women That Joke Who Knew String Could Cost so Much'

VALENTINE'S Day may have been and gone but that hasn't stopped a rather risqué lingerie trend from emerging on social media.FashionNova's very cheeky 'naked bras' are being snapped up by brave shoppers who are sharing snaps of the racy sets on Instagram.And while the items are sure to prove a hit in the bedroom they offer little in the way of support - with many women mocking the trend online describing the items as 'dental floss'.Commenting on a barely-there set on the brand's Instagram page, one user wrote: "$40 for pieces of string!!??" while another commented: "I didn't know pieces of strings could cost so much."Agreeing, one fan added: "I didn't know dental floss came in red."One woman joked: "This would just sink in my love handles like quick sand."Others were concerned that they wouldn't even get as far as putting it on, with lexyxo1 writing: "First off, there's no way I would ever figure out how to put this on & I know for sure myself & no man is gonna know how to take it off either."However, there were a select few who felt brave enough to embrace the trend - with the sexy ensemble amassing over 88,000 likes on Instagram.One keen shopper commented: "I'm buying this ASAP!" while a second wrote "F*** the Victoria secret one I'm getting this one".This is not the first time that FashionNova has garnered attention for its bold fashion choices with shoppers slamming a cropped jacket that fails to cover your breasts.The e-tailer is selling a two-piece outfit, made up of trousers and a long-sleeved jacket, has been mocked by shoppers for how ridiculously short it is.Posting a photo of the £37.94 ($49.99) blue set on Instagram, they captioned it: "Not your boyfriend's hoodie".Elsewhere the brand has caused confusion with a divisive pair of 'bum-flashing' suspender shorts - with shoppers begging the store to "make some which cover the butt".

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