These triangular pieces of fabric, available to blend in with everything from casual to bridal wear, are attached to clothing using removable, double-stick adhesive strips. Designer Lisa Leitch explains her inspiration, "It's often too hot or too bulky to wear another shirt underneath, and I was tired of safety pins ripping my garments. I always saw my blouses as missing a piece in the cleavage area . . . so I made the missing piece!"
Velcro straps attach this flat piece of fabric to the bra straps at the top, and the fabric is then tucked underneath the bra band below the bust to stay in place. A swimwear option is offered that must be sewn into the swimsuit to stay in place in the water.
Find trendy skirts, three-quarter sleeve knit tops and accessories to add modesty to outfits from this Israel-based manufacturer. Also look for a collection of running skirts, some with built-in leggings underneath, as an alternative to culottes.
This online marketplace stocks an extensive selection of fashion-forward modest apparel from around two dozen designers, most of whom are based in Israel. An array of creative accessories to add modesty is especially worth shopping. The site offers currency ordering options for the USA, Europe, Australia and Israel.
These removable panels that snap in place around a bra offer a wider range of colors and styles than most other products of this type on the market. However, the neckline coverage may not be high enough for some women since the snap attachment straps slide to the tops of the bra cups. As a warning, most of the demo photos for this product are indiscreet.
For crafters who would be interested in making their own "bib necklace," this pattern from the Snazzie Drawers company provides a unique solution for helping to disguise low-cut necklines. The necklace pattern could even be made to attach directly to the clothing so that it would not fall away if needed to help cover a low neckline.
This online store offers knit layering pieces in a rainbow of colors from Kiki Riki, Jacomino and Linda Leal. Sleeves range from sleeveless to wrist length. Layering styles include cropped midriff and regular length tops, bodysuits, dresses and skirt extender slips. The company advises U.S. customers to order one size larger than normal in the Kiki Riki brand to fit with the European sizing of that label.
This company offers a modern twist on the concept of headcoverings with headbands that could cross over into multiple categories, including bridal or bridesmaids' headpieces or decorative headbands. Veil styles that cover more of the hair are also offered.