Sheer obsession: try a transparent look, the latest fashion craze

Sheer obsession: try a transparent look, the latest fashion craze

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In this globalised era, fashion trends spread quicker than ever. Today’s teens are taking a growing interest in clothes and accessories.   

One trend that seems to be on the rise is the sheer shirt. Son Somaly, 14, says she’s a fan of the look.

“Because I am a teen, I always like wearing something fashionable, popular and unique. And when I put on this shirt, I think I look attractive, sexy, fashionable and beautiful.”

She adds, “It even helps improve my skin when I wear it.”

Moreover, the 14-year-old noted, the sheer shirt comes at a price that fits her budget.

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