by Catherine Q. O'Neill
Getty ImagesMalin Akerman rocked one heck of a boob window at this year's People's Choice Awards: No mere cleavage frame, this baby actually had panes. I still haven't decided whether I love it or hate it (or just can't stop staring at it), but I do give her major props for making it all the way down the red carpet without a single slip. I asked stylist Deb Waknin (who dresses Sofia Vergara and Christina Hendricks) for tips on staying similarly contained--as well as chic--while putting the girls on display.
Mind the gap. Try to leave about an inch and a half of space between your nipple and the window, advises Waknin. "That gives the wonderful illusion of showing a bit of breast, but not enough that you're exposed," she says.
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Ditch the double-sided tape. If you need tape, you're either wearing the wrong size or showing too much, says Waknin.
Ditch the cleavage, too. "Breasts should never come together to the point where they