It Was Only a Matter of Time Before Holiday Season Ta-Ta Towels Were a Thing
Wondering what to get a good friend — the one who has everything, including a sense of humor — for Christmas? Well, might we suggest the Ta-Ta Towel? This breakthrough invention was already a great idea for a present, but now it's even more fitting thanks to their new holiday designs.
As you may recall, the Ta-Ta Towel is a towel that wraps around the back of the neck and cups each breast in order to prevent — or at least absorb — that dreaded under-boob sweat so many busty women (or any woman affected by gravity, really) experience when getting ready for the day. In its first year, it has been received with a ton of enthusiasm, so what better way to celebrate Ta-Ta Towel's first Christmas than with holiday-themed patterns?
For the Christmas candy lover, there's Candy Cane Lane:
Not only do the red and white stripes recall candy canes (obviously), this Ta-Ta Towel is reversible, revealing a solid green side that really ups the festive feel.
Ta-Ta Towel is going for a sexier feel with the pretty pattern of Not So Silent Night:
String lights presumably not included — which would be wise since electricity and bathing typically don't mix.
Celebrate Hanukkah? There's a Ta-Ta Towel for that! Meet Drei-doll:
We're not entirely sure what tie-dye has to do with Hanukkah other than the traditional blue and white hues, but hey, it's cute and it keeps our boobs dry, so we're not complaining.
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