How to Wear Backless Dresses and tops
We’ve all seen them – backless tops (and dresses…) have been running the runway and stores everywhere lately.
In addition, cut outs have been a major staple piece to this seasons trends and it’s also been very hard for ladies everywhere to figure out exactly how to wear ’em!
No one wants their bra hanging out, and sometimes the backless look is what makes the outfit, so a bandeau hanging out just doesn’t do the shirt any justice. No worries ladies — where there is a will, there is a way.
Here are some ways that you can rock the backless look, without showing everyone what kind of bra you decided to wear that day.
1. Low back Bra
Try a low-back bra. These bras have a band that wraps around your stomach, providing your chest with an ample amount of support. If you have a well-endowed bust, this is definitely the option you should consider first.
2. Stick-on silicone gel petals.
If you have a small bust, you might be able to get away without wearing any support. You should still smooth out the curve of your breast to prevent anything from showing through thin fabric.
3. Try an adhesive bra
It provides a little more coverage and support than gel petals, but less than a low-back bra. This option works best for women with small to moderately sized busts, but may still cause problems for those who need heavy-duty support.
4. Duck tape …I’m not kidding
I’ve used this trick a few things when wearing more revealing tops and dresses and each time it has worked flawlessly. Plus the great thing is duck tape really hold you together especially if you’re a bigger cup size. Of course, taking them off isn’t the best feeling, but it’s great knowing you can rock these sexy tops, without a care in the world. This is one of my favourite techniques if you’re wearing that outfit for a longer period of time.
What do you do when your shirt requires a little more skin to be exposed? Or your dress has a huge cut out? Let us know in the comments below!