To free-boob it or not free-boob it? That is the question every girl who fears bra show-age but also losing a nipple to industrial-strength adhesive asks herself. No more—here, five receptacles for your chesticles, whatever silhouette you’re wearing.

 

1. THE BACKLESS

This two-pack of straps (considerately in nude and black) attaches to any bra if you want to get low, low, low, low.

2. THE LONG-LINE STRAPLESS BRA

Regular strapless bras make you do the shimmy, but with this one, more fabric = more skin contact = more grip, so everything stays in place. Cosabella Strapless Plunge Bra, $132.50, cosabella.com.

Regular strapless bras make you do the shimmy, but with this one, more fabric = more skin contact = more grip, so everything stays in place.

 

3. THE HOW-LOW-CAN-YOU-GO PLUNGE

Padded cups sculpt, while the extreme U shape lets you get away with a sternum-exposing neckline, minus the flapping and underboob sweat. Fashion Forms Seamless U-Plunge Bra, $30, net-a-porter.com.

Padded cups sculpt, while the extreme U shape lets you get away with a sternum-exposing neckline, minus the flapping and underboob sweat.

4. THE GOES-UNDER-PRACTICALLY ANYTHING STICK-ON

Trade secret: Some of us keep a spare in our file cabinets for emergency black-tie events. (Like, who knows?) Stick on securely, squish, and clasp for the most insane cleavage of your life. 3-D NuBra, $65, nubra.com.

 Trade secret: Some of us keep a spare in our file cabinets for emergency black-tie events. (Like, who knows?) Stick on securely, squish, and clasp for the most insane cleavage of your life.

5.THE TEARDROPS

 

For the barest looks—imagine Grammys J.Lo *with* sideboob—there are these adhesive pasties. The good news: You just slap on and pull up, and there’s no sticky stuff on the nipple bit. The bad news: You’re outta luck if you’re bigger than a C cup, sorry.

Read original article by Marie Claire.