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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Chevy Chase, 1987-88: In 1988, he told viewers that Cher ``has decided against the wardrobe of just the dress shields and odor eaters and is going for the full body covering.