Flying Delta to my nephew’s wedding in Florida on Saturday, I browsed the Sky Mall catalog and discovered some more bra tops, this time from These go up to a 42DD, so they’re a real possibility for some of us.

The original cami is my favorite, but full-breasted reviewers on the Solutions site gave it low scores for too much cleavage.

The full-coverage cami would solve the cleavage issue, but to me it’s too much like a boat neck. If I try it and find it doesn’t have the issues I raised last Friday, I’ll be sure to let you know. Some commenters loved it; others said seams from the bra showed through.
I really like the sport cami, too. My fingers are crossed that it doesn’t show too much cleavage or the seams from the bra when I order it.
I even found an addition to my list of cleavage coverage options in the Solutions catalog: the Winkee-T. It looks like Chic Peeks, except it attaches to the wearer’s bra rather than to her garment. I like the unfussy fabric options, and, like the camisole bra, it’s another coverage option that avoids the discomfort of layering in warm weather. Let me know how it works if you try it.

Also let me know if you ever try Solutions’ mesh bags for machine washing bras. If it truly protects the bra during the spin cycle, it could really save drying time.

Finally, I’m fascinated by the Pambra’s bra liner that I found on the Solutions site. At first I was going to make a joke about it, but the more I read the reviews, the more I realized there’s really a need for something like this. I think it’s great that a company is taking chafing and perspiration seriously. The bra liner is certainly not a sexy accessory, but sexy isn’t what you’re thinking about on an international flight in an underwire bra or on the ground in 100% humidity.