dress shield

dress shield

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a fabric pad worn under the armpits or attached to the armhole of a garment to prevent sweat from showing on or staining the clothing

dress′ shield`


n.
a shield for the underarm of a woman's dress, blouse, etc.
[1880–85]
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You can also try sticking special pads (aka dress shields) to the underarm part of your shirt, which will absorb some of the extra perspiration.
Today, Hollywood Fashion Tape manufacturers and markets more than 25 unique fashion solution products (and several under private label agreements) that all solve a fashion problem or prevent "wardrobe malfunctions?' The line includes tape strips in larger sizes and shapes, dress shields for underarm protection, breath mints, facial oil blotting sheets, clear bra straps and clear bra clips, in addition to reusable nipple concealers and breast enhancers.