A what you ask? A Bstring. An ingenious clothing invention designed to easily attach to your bra so those low cut tops don’t appear so low cut.
That is, of course, if you don’t want them to reveal so much. I know a lot of women are are very happy and confident to get the girls out there. And good luck to them, I say.
Others – particularly in certain situations – prefer to exercise a little discretion.
So, how does the Bstring work?
Each Bstring ($19.95 each … they come in black or white and one size fits most) is a v-shaped piece of fabric that secures to your bra and basically gives the illusion that you’ve layered another top underneath the low-cleavage top.
So why not layer instead? Because sometimes we don’t want the extra bulk and warmth that comes from layering a cami underneath a top (plus they can ride up unless you tuck them into your knickers like your Nana made you when you were four … or was that just me?).
It’s one of those, “why didn’t I think of it first?” inventions. Luckily, Sunshine Coast-based Christine Jackson did. And she’s garnered a lot of media attention for her patent.
Styling You would love to give FOUR lucky readers the chance to win a Bstring. Simply leave a comment below letting me know why your cleavage needs covering.[Thanks for entering, the winners selected via random.org are Michelle, Sharon, Fiona and Suzanna Agar]