The new type of underwear that you'll either love or hate
While visible panty line is a major bugbear when it comes to tight-fitting clothes, I'm really not sure how much better stick-on underwear is.
American company, Shibue Couture, is all about the "no-line strapless underwear", and according to their website description, they're first with this trend.
Not only is the trend applicable to underwear, you can also buy nipple cover-ups which come in jewelled and glitter versions as well as your standard nude option.
The underwear, or underwear substitute even, is priced at ¢16 and a "washable and re-usable soft silicone gel adhesive" keeps them in place.
They also come with a storage liner which protects the adhesive when you're not wearing them.
They're described as washable and "extremely comfortable" although the jury is out on this one.
If you're sick of VPL, which can be a major problem with dresses in particular, then these might be of interest but that said, they're probably not to everyone's taste.