Fashion tape which is also popularly known cleavage tape, fashion tape, dress tape and tit tape. To keep the item of clothing in place and avoid a wardrobe malfunction, fashion adhesive tape is used to secure the edges of a strapless dress or top to the cleavage or side of the breasts or to prevent bra straps from slipping.. It is also known as toupee tape or wig tape, which is a similar double-sided tape with a different purpose. This tape is indeed a great fashion hack in the following ways.
Fake a Hem- If you are in a hurry to go somewhere and you don’t have time to get your outfit tailored, you can shorten the length by taping it to the level you want.
Fashion tape: Banish That Peekaboo Bra
Keep bra straps hidden by affixing them to your tee. Tape the top of your bra strap and then push it into the interior of your shirt’s shoulder or strap.
Make a low-cut blouse more modest -The sticky surface adheres to both skin and fabric. Place a piece on your chest before pressing your shirt’s neckline down.
Fill in the gaps between the buttons- A tiny square of tape can help prevent a blouse from puffing out and exposing skin between buttons.
Adjust the fit of your T-shirt- A great summer trick is to use it to roll up the sleeve of a t-shirt to the perfect length adding a personal touch to your look.
Fashion tape: Make a smooth lapel
If the lapel of a blouse or blazer has become ruffled after washing, flatten it by force and keep it in place with a sticky little helper.
Fashion tape: Make your pockets less bulkier
Some fashionable women routinely snip the pockets of their jeans in order to make them lay flat. To achieve the same effect without making such a significant investment, place a piece of tape in the interior bottom to keep the pocket permanently closed.
Wearing cutouts requires some decency
When folded into a sitting position, sexy cutouts can look fantastic when standing but quickly move to the completely wrong area. Tape the dress directly to your skin in areas where it may slip to avoid flashing.
Make a fake button: When it comes to unbuttoning a blouse, you only have so many options—what do you do if one buttonhole appears to be too high and the other appears to be too low? Apply tape to the area where you want your top to flare open.