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03/18/2010 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Learn From Braless Starlets' Missteps - These Bras Could Have Saved Them

Seeing a braless celebrity is a little like spotting a shooting star -- it happens more often than you'd think. From Kate Moss to Britney, the minor epidemic spans across celebs of all ages. Luckily, there are lessons in all this.

Below, some of our favorite (unfortunately braless) starlets and the best bras they can opt for to save themselves from ending up on our list again. See the full slide show on SheFinds.

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We're not sure why Kate Moss left her camisole at home; those boxes don't hide much. NuBra"s Feather Light Adhesive Bra would have provided Kate with nip-slip insurance and a bit of support while still -- against all odds -- remaining invisible.

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While we can't help Britney with her crying kid, we can advise her that a one-shouldered top does not preclude the wearing of a bra. What Brit-Brit needs is a seamless, convertible option, like Aerie"s Abigail Pushup Bra, which is a convertible, versatile garment (wear it strapless, one-shouldered, racer-backed, etc.).

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We're pretty impressed that not only can Katie Holmes run a marathon, she can do it braless. Really, that's amazing. But probably kind of uncomfortable. We'd encourage Katie to give Road Runner Sport's fitness bra a spin. It's made from moisture-wicking fabric, and it's long enough to serve as a tank, too.