The smaller-than-a-dime item Kim Kardashian Needs for Church

by on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010
bosom button

Quick Tip: Bosom Button to the Proverbial Rescue!

This product may have a funny name, and the promo images might be pretty cheesy – but I think this is a pretty smart idea! The Bosom Button “is a functional accessory designed to minimize cleavage on your favorite tops!” They use real Swarvorski crystals (or pearls, if you want a matte look)  in tons of different colors so you have a wide variety. Cosmo Magazine may want us to believe that all women go around in shirts unbuttoned down to Sunday, but the truth is that most occasions call for a little more subtly. I’ve often experienced the trouble of wanting to wear a bossom buttonv-neck shirt to work or Church – only to realize that it’s going down too low. Another common problem? Wearing a button down shirt that is giving me a shirt gap, meaning I have to wear a camisole under it so I don’t flash anyone! Instead, you could use one of these to secure the gap, voila.

You can bet that every woman on a red carpet is carrying one of these in their clutch purses – if they’re smart. Celeb nip slips are a pretty common thing these days.

button for topsPurchase a Bosom Button for $12.00 in any color.

Don’t let the possibility of cleavage stop your shopping. If you want a sexy date night dress that can also work for Summer brunch – now you can do it!

summer dresses 2010

Three Dots Cotton Knits Sleeveless Deep V-Neck Shirred Dress $158

spring dresses 2010

BCBGeneration Flutter Sleeve V-Neck Dress $98

And this kind of doo-dad is pretty handy if you’re pregnant and can’t really predict (or control) what your boobs are doing.

best maternity tops

Olian Maternity Poplin Top ON SALE $72

Previously: Smart Shopping 2010 : Spring Flinging

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