A BRITISH model has caused quite a stir after posing up a storm in a tiny yellow see-through crop - but has hit back at critics who questioned the unique design in the best possible way.
Charli Howard, 29, shared some snaps online as she strutted down a London street wearing the revealing number, which featured long sleeve-detailing and an eye-catching underwire which left her boobs exposed.
Body positivity activist Charli has posed for a number of racy lingerie companies, including Agent Provocateur and Honey Birdette - so she's not at all shy when it comes to flashing some skin.
But her Instagram followers didn't take well to the "underwire polo", which she teamed with some high-waisted trousers.
“How many people pointed out that its see-through??” one follower asked, to which Charli responded, “One – your dad.”
Another added: “That’s a weird shirt,” with Charli quick to reply, “Don’t buy it then, bye.”
One fan even questioned the practicality of the controversial number, saying “you are so gorgeous, but no to that shirt. The underwire looks so uncomfy”
But Charlie set the record straight on that one too, and replied saying: "It’s actually so supportive and you feel ‘secured in.'"
The boob-bearing garment was designed by US label Mirror Palais, and also comes in navy, which is slightly less daring than the chosen canary hue.
Fellow model Bella Hadid has also sported $455 (£253) piece, so there's very little wonder why some were fans of Charlie's get up.
“Holy hell Charli!” one fan wrote alongside with a fire emoji.
“I feel like this is ‘sexy scooby doo vibes’ … and I mean that as THE HIGHEST compliment,” another wrote.
While a third added: “Omg! I wished I had the confidence to wear something like that too!!! Love it”.
According to News.com.au, the crop top has since sold out with a six to eight-week wait until it’s back in stock again.
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