Genius, as they say, is 1 percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration.
Except in the case of the “Ta-Ta Towel,” a cozy cantilevered can container for which inspiration WAS perspiration.
Inventor Erin Robertson says she was getting ready for a date when her air conditioning went on the fritz during early summer in LA.
“I just kept thinking: ‘There HAS to be a better way to keep the beads of sweat from dripping down my stomach,’ ” she says.
No word on how the date went, but Robertson seized upon an idea, taught herself to sew and created a single-piece marvel of engineering that anchors around the neck and holds each breast aloft in its tender, absorbent embrace.
Bonus: When paired with terrycloth boots and micro mini, it is perfect for cosplaying “Barbarella Goes to the Day Spa.”
Unfortunately, the laws of physics require a certain amount of breast tissue to keep everything in place, so the Ta-Ta Towel starts at C cups.
The boob-sweat eliminator has, in recent days, become the talk of the Internet, and the company is rolling out new patterns and designs.
The Ta Ta Towel starts at $45.