Boob tape when wearing an outfit with spaghetti straps
When wearing an outfit with spaghetti straps, boob tape is the ideal solution. When you wear a bra, you always see the straps on the shoulders and sometimes on your back. By wearing boob tape you avoid this and your outfit looks great.
There are several ways you can tape your breasts when wearing an outfit with spaghetti straps. Read below when to best apply which tape technique to outfit with spaghetti straps.
✓ Strapless boob tape technique
✓ Crossed boob tape technique
✓ Subtle lift boob tape technique
The strapless boob tape technique can be applied to an outfit with spaghetti straps, because with this tape technique you tape horizontally and the tape does not come over your shoulders. As you tape from left to right (or vice versa ;) ) you press your breasts together, creating a beautiful cleavage. The more you apply the tape on stretch to your breasts, the more your breasts will be pressed together. So you can experiment a bit with this to see what you like or don't like.
Check this page to read the step-by-step guide to applying the strapless boob tape technique.
The crossed boob tape technique is suitable for an outfit with spaghetti straps, because - as with the strapless tape technique - you also apply this tape technique horizontally. As a result, you press your breasts nicely towards each other, giving you a nice cleavage. Compared to the strapless boob tape technique, the crossed tape technique is more suitable for an outfit with a slightly lower-cut neckline. This is because with this tape technique, you cross the strips with each other, so there is less tape surface area between your breasts, giving you a deeper cleavage.
Check this page to read the step-by-step guide of how to apply the crossed tape technique.
The subtle lift boob tape technique is suitable for an outfit with spaghetti straps if you want to create a minimal lifted effect. This tape technique provides a small amount of support. Ideal for ladies with smaller breasts or if you want to go for a minimal lift.
Read the step-by-step guide of how to apply the subtle tape technique on this page.