Today, I tried on a beautiful shirt that I wore when I was pregnant. No, I’m not pregnant. No, I’m not wearing maternity fashion while not with child. I know better than that. Especially after seeing Clinton and Stacy yelling at women who were stretching their preggo clothes after the child was born. Just listen…
I wore this non-maternity shirt during those nine months because it was just…shall we say…ample enough up top to fit my newly acquired boobs. But with every wear, the top got a little more…boobalicious. So now when I wear it, I’m basically flashing anyone in front of me.
A few days ago, I was introduced to Cleava. Gross name. Sounds like a butcher shop horror film set in Boston. Also looks like the front of a thong. But it’s a genius product. I’ve worn the Miss Oops Boob Tubes before and I like them, but you have to actually undress to put it on and it’s awkward over your bra. Cleava is a snap-to-bra cami that you can put on while you’re wearing the offending top and it doesn’t cause any extra bulk.
Consider it a dickie for your boobs. Wait. That sounded dirty. Let me try this again. Really…it’s like a thinner, sexier, not as creepy dickie (for those of you when don’t know what a dickie is…or at least the clean version…go ask someone who lived through the ‘80s…they were very big accessories).
You just take two seconds (literally) to easily snap this puppy onto your bra and your puppies won’t be showing off more than you want. After you put it on, no Project Cleavage.
Cleava is available in a variety of colors and neutrals for $19.95 at cleava.com. Want lace or rhinestones (and who wouldn’t?), they’re $24.95.
Now if you’ll excuse me…I have some elastic-waisted pants that are calling my name. I joke.