In a QA section of today's paper, someone asked about options to protect against unplanned gapes in the necklines (and in the men in the immediate vicinity).
The writer had tried wearing a camisole under such tops but found the extra layer too warm. I have a couple of wrap dresses that give me that gape problem. And securing the neckline with a safety pin always looks doofy.
So the Winkee fills that niche market. It's a cute triangle of material with tabs that wrap around bra straps and center. Unless your top really gapes, no skin will show, and your bra is covered. Brilliant, really.
I guess a dickey might work, but it is more of a neck and chest cover. It doesn't get the whole bra territory.
The bad news (well, good news, really) is that they are adding more selections, so their ordering page is down. You can preorder via email if you'd like, or return soon and place your order then.
I sent them an email asking them to let me know when their order page is up. I'll follow up when I get my order.
Having said that, I always wear something with sleeves under a jacket, for the reason that dry-cleaning jackets is expensive, and wearing a Winkee or sleeveless cami will sweat up a jacket just as fast as it will any other top.
The Winkee is only $15 ($16 if you need a really long center tab.