very hot side cleavage at marriage house
Put aside your teeny weeny bikinis, because this season’s sexiest silhouette is a one-piece. The trendy suit features a dropped armhole (hello side boob), a low back and a high-cute leg.
The brunette beauty stole the show in her daring Lanvin jumpsuit that revealed, well, a ton of cleavage and a flash of side boob.
But I kept circling back to what happened when I was getting ready for prom. I’d bought the ’90s version of a stick-on bra, and even for my at-the-time B cup, they were a total last-minute fail, and I needed support. So with my theatre kid ingenuity, I dug up some Duct Tape and… Duct Taped by boobs. I feel like the story should end here with, “And I really don’t recommend it,” but it was more or less fine. Not sexy, very tin man, but fine.
What is this? Somebody please explain. Instead of offering any support, the Le Lusion bra pulled my boobs away from my body, flattened them, and then dragged them floor-wards. Instead of fighting gravity, they helped gravity out. Plus, at least with this neckline, they showed on the side. Maybe these work for a smaller cup size (though frankly, I have my reservations about that), but clearly they should never have been made for a C-cup or above.
Cut strips of Gaffer Tape, and affix them to your body one at a time, using the tape to sculpt the bra (and cleavage) you want. Expect to get really handsy with yourself, moving your boobs around to get them exactly where you want them.
While it’s wise to try to keep the Gaffer Tape smooth as you put it on, it’s never going to be completely smooth. So if you’re wearing a dress with less forgiving fabric, remember that you can put a few strips of tape on top to help smooth everything out. (You can also use less tape than I used here, depending on how much lift and security you’re going for.)
TL;DR: Gaffer tape feels like the opposite of a stick-on bra. Instead of the feeling that the bra is falling off your body, you have the feeling that the bra is VERY STUCK on your body. But all in, totally fine for an event.
With her hair over her face, head turned to the side and a white shirt unbuttoned to reveal a black bra, Carey graciously shares with the rest of the world what is waiting at home for her man.
“The Nubra is different from your standard nipple-cover adhesive in that it promises to boost your cleavage. You’re given two individual cups with clasps in the center and once you apply them to your breasts, you pull the two cups together towards each other and fasten the clasps to create ~boob shape~. This cleavage-enhancing bra was not as sticky as others, but this was fine by me (at first) since it took me a few tries to get the cups well-aligned. After they were set on my chest, the cups didn’t feel very secure even though they fit my breasts well. I was at work and didn’t want to suffer a wardrobe malfunction, so I checked on them periodically to make sure everything was kosher. About eight hours into wearing the bra, I entered a scenario I didn’t anticipate: my nips started to itch like hell during a meeting. Inconspicuously patting them or rubbing them with my forearm did NOT help. I was trapped and there was nothing to do but pray. When that subsided, the Nubra clung to the chest for the rest of the day and they weren’t too painful to remove.
“This bra combined everything I want in a sticky bra. No gimmicky ties and no crazy long tabs that make me want to cover up with a turtleneck.
Because the tabs on the side can reach pretty far back to counterbalance the nonsticky action in the front, this bra isn’t great for backless styles but works well for strapless pieces, spaghetti straps, and slightly low-cut necklines.