The Sheer Top Trend Our Fashion Friends Are Going Crazy for This March

London is good for many different things: eating out, art galleries, parks and, of course, fashion week. One thing we’re not so great at, however, is extreme weather—whether it’s broken down trains, slippery roads, or pathetically porous coats, we’re just not set up to deal with anything aside from mild drizzle. Sorry, but you know it’s true. That’s why we’ve been here over the last few months, drip-feeding you a steady stream of content that covers a variety of styling hacks and clever layering tricks to get you through the cold weather in style. Luckily for us, the latest trend that has come to our attention ticks both the style and practicality boxes.

Style Notes: ASOS Hannah layers her checked mesh top like a pro. Simply wear a throwback tee, high-waisted trousers and a teddy coat for a dreamy combo. 
Style Notes: Ganni’s mesh leopard print top makes for the ideal piece to layer under a statement red jumpsuit. 
Style Notes: Kat Collings is our spring/summer 2019 style icon. Her H&M mesh top looks so good tucked into pinstriped trousers. 
Style Notes: It might be buried beneath many layers, but this leopard print base-layer still manages to add interest to a classic trench thanks to a V-neck knit. 
Style Notes: Megan Ellaby shows that snakeskin can be an easy print to work in the daytime. It gives off rock ‘n’ roll vibes when paired with denim and “I just woke up like this” hair. 
This would look so good with black tailored trousers. 
A little snake print never did anyone any harm.
The mesh trend gets an artistic spin thanks to Marques’Almeida.
A cult Ganni piece if we ever saw one. 
This H&M number is a serious bargain. 
Scarf print gets the mesh-top treatment. 
This would look so good with tailored trousers. 
Leopard print is still going strong for 2019. 
This top is ready to party.
Steal ASOS Hannah’s style with Daisy Street’s check mesh top
Tiger print gets an abstract makeover. 
Perfect if you like a pop of colour. 
Opt for abstract print if you want a bit of noughties cool. 
Two words: Neon green. Not for the faint-hearted.