Thursday, September 15, 2011

Sponsor Spotlight: Cleava

How many times have you had to pass up on a fabulous top or dress because it was too low cut for you? Everything else about the garment is perfect, except for the neck line. You spend who knows how long in the dressing room trying on top after top (or dress after dress) and nothing compares to that one. You try it on again, hoping to find a way to make the neck line work for you. Your first thought is to pin it, but that makes the fabric lay funny. So your next thought is to get a cami to wear under it. But that won't work because it will make the top look too bulky or not even fit right. By now you've got sweat beads on your forehead, because Lord knows the stores keep their dressing rooms at 100 degrees at all times. Your frustrated. You settle on a different top and leave disappointed.

Ladies, I'm here to tell you I have the solution for the next time you find yourself in the above predicament. Cleava.

Cleava snaps right on to your bra in 3 super quick and easy steps. It provides the coverage you need without the added fuss. No adhesives to irritate skin. No Velcro to snag fabrics. In fact Cleava is so easy to snap on or off that you can quickly change your look from workplace conservative to flirty happy hour.

What I found greatest about Cleava is that it doesn't discriminate against various bra sizes. In other words, Cleava isn't just for large breasted women. Cleava is available in many different colors and styles. They even have some with a little bling to add some pizazz to an otherwise dull outfit!

Cleava can be found internationally in retail shops, boutiques and specialty shops. Or you can buy Cleava online. They retail from $19.95 to $24.95 USD.

The fabric is soooo soft and comfy. One Size Fits Most. Soft fabric; 92% polyester and 8% spandex. Wrinkle resistant. Machine washer and dryer safe.

I received a product sample to facilitate this review. No other compensation was received. All opinions expressed within are 100% my own. All photo credit:


Amy said...

LOL, it looks kind of ridiculous when you just look at it snapped on to the bra, but this is just what I need! I layer almost all of my shirts so they don't go down too low, but it is just too hot to do that for half of the year here in Texas. I'll have to look for these.

Turning the Clock Back said...

what a unique idea! I have a couple of shirts that I have to be very careful not to bend over too far in! Thanks for sharing this!

Heather said...

I may get one of these for my daughter... she is constantly "almost" falling out of her tops LOL