Jessel Taank swears by this ‘unreal’ under-$50 adhesive bra: ‘Literally lifts your entire boob’

Jessel Taank is back in the New York groove.

With shooting for “Real Housewives of New York” Season 15 officially underway again, the Bravo star is gearing up for another style-filled season — and keeping her favorite fashion fixes on hand.

“I think everyone’s body changes when you have kids, and for me, I saw the most dramatic change happen with my boobs,” Taank tells Page Six Style, jokingly recalling she could “go braless all day” before welcoming her now-2-year-old twins.

Now, rather than reach for regular bras — which she says “don’t give you that perky look” — the star swears by the Nood Game Changer Adhesive Bras ($49) she found while browsing Shopbop as a new mom.


“It literally lifts your entire boob and gives you this unreal, seamless look. You can wear whatever you want and you just feel super supported,” the fashion publicist adds of the style solution, which she says “gives you shape that you really wouldn’t get otherwise” and comes in a range of sizes and shades.

The stick-on supports aren’t the only things in her fashion arsenal these days, however; she teases her style has “changed, hopefully for the better” since her first season on Bravo — in part thanks to her e-commerce platform, Ōushq, through which she’s been “exploring new fashion trends” and curating collections from a range of South Asian designers.

Jessel Taank on a jet
The star launched Ōushq after filming wrapped on Season 14. Jessel Taank/Instagram

“I’ve almost carved a niche for myself,” she says of ditching denim and more “relaxed” filming ‘fits. “It doesn’t matter where I’m going; I always want to look put-together and dressed-up.”

As for the co-star whose fashion advice she trusts most?

The "RHONY" Season 14 cast
Taank says there’s a “lot of pressure” on the “RHONY” cast when it comes to fashion. Gavin Bond/Bravo

“I always tend to run things by Jenna [Lyons], just because we all know she’s got an opinion on how to look,” she quipped of the former J.Crew executive, adding that she also relies on Ubah Hassan for style tips.

“I think there’s a lot of pressure on us as a cast when it comes to fashion because we are representing a city that is obviously known for fashion,” she adds. “I think across the board, we all feel that we have to up our game.”