Tata Towels are towels for women that wrap around the neck and have been designed to fit over your cleavage like a bra. They're available in various colors and patterns, and three different sizes that line up with standard bra sizes. Some of these towels even have pockets that are meant to enable you to breastfeed a baby while wearing one. Each towel has a stretchy cotton terrycloth outer shell and a liner made of modal fabric that's unlikely to trap sweat or body odor.
The cost of Tata Towels is $20.00 plus $7.95 shipping, for a total price of $27.95.
To begin using a Tata Towel, hang it around your neck as if it's a halter top. At this point, the towel's two cups should be dangling down in front of you where you can see them, as opposed to dangling down your back. The patterned side of each cup should also be facing outward.
Next, pull each cup down over your cleavage. The material should stretch to fit around it and then retract a bit to hug it tightly after you've let go. No cleavage should be poking out the bottom of the towel—if it is, you'll need to readjust the fabric a bit.
Finally, you can pull on the cord attached to the neck strap in order to tighten it, if necessary. Then you should be able to walk around your home comfortably while wearing just your towel and some bottoms, without your cleavage popping out. When you need to take the towel off, just loosen the neck strap (if you've tightened it) and pull it off like you would a halter top.
Regardless of the color or pattern you choose, each Tata Towel contains a liner made out of modal fabric. Modal fabric is eco-friendly and vegan-friendly since it's made from cellulose derived from beech trees. Aside from feeling soft and appearing silky, it's also hypoallergenic, which means it won't cause you to break out in a rash.
These cleavage-covering towels come in three different sizes. The small size fits women with a bra cup size between a large C and DD, and the medium size fits women with a cup size ranging from DDD to E. Women who wear a cup size between F and H should obtain the largest size. However, if your chest shrinks or grows a little, your towel will likely still fit you since the cups are fairly stretchy and the neck strap is adjustable.
Tata Towels are available in various colors, such as fuschia, black and white, along with some attractive-looking patterns such as a cityscape pattern and a yoga-inspired design. New colors and patterns are often introduced (and old ones are discarded), so if none of the current colors or patterns appeal to you, another might tickle your fancy later. A small selection of colors and patterns also incorporate a pocket that'll allow your breastfeeding baby access to your cleavage.
All the fabric used to make these towels has been sourced in the United States. Therefore, you can rest assured that it's been made in a certain way and is of a certain quality that Americans have come to expect in relation to clothing.
Due to the fact that its modal liner won't trap odors and sweat, and will actually absorb perspiration instead, keeping it away from your skin, each of these towels will help you fight cleavage sweat. If you're hanging around home on a hot day, you may want to wear one of these towels on your upper half instead of sweating all over a tank top or tee. Along the same lines, you might also want to wear one of these towels instead of clothing while you put on makeup, to help prevent makeup from getting on important pieces of clothing.
Although Tata Towels aren't machine washable, you won't need to take any of them to a dry cleaner's. You'll be able to wash them at home, using cold water, and then hang them to dry.
If you find that the arm straps on an ordinary bra dig into your skin while you're moving around, you'll probably be delighted that no Tata Towel has arm straps. You might need the extra support of arm straps when you're out in public, but while you're at home, each towel's cushioned neck strap may be enough to hold up your cleavage.
You shouldn't wear one of these towels as your only top in public, except perhaps on a beach where it's acceptable to be scantily clad. If you find that its halter strap is supportive enough for all-day wear, though, you'll have the option of wearing one under another top as a bra. Just keep in mind that if your top is white or another light color, you should not wear a dark Tata Towel underneath it.
The sizes that these Tata Towels come in have been made to fit women whose cup size is C or larger. If a woman who wears an A or B cup were to obtain even the smallest size, it might be too big and hang off their cleavage like a couple of bags. Although women who wear smaller cup sizes don't need as much support for their cleavage as women with larger busts, they may want to use one of these towels to fight sweat, too. An extra-small size should be made available for them.
Most people likely won't be bothered by the fact that these towels wrap around the neck, but people who've suffered from neck injuries or just have sensitive necks may be bothered. For that reason, it's unfortunate that a strapless version of these towels that would still be able to hug the bust has not been created yet. On a related note, it may be difficult for some women to reach behind their neck and adjust the tightness of their Tata Towel's neck strap when needed.
Tata Towels may be a great thing to wear on the upper half of your body while you're lounging around on the beach or by your pool, but they're not meant to be bikini tops. There's no guarantee that they'll support your cleavage after you enter the water and engage in swimming motions. Furthermore, exposing them to warm water, such as that found in a hot pool, could permanently interfere with the support and flexibility their fabric is otherwise able to provide.
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