This Is How You Can Prevent Your Strapless Bra From Falling

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Many women shan away from wearing strapless bras, especially those that are really blessed in that area…the DD kind of girls.  Even those with medium or small size have had their own fair share of frustrations with strapless bras.

That awkward moment when you feel the need to hide behind a friend to subtly lift your bra up from under your dress or top. Well, your calvary is here! this is how you can make your bra seat put and obey our command.

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1. Invest in a high-quality strapless bra

Yes, the fabric and quality of the bra is one of the major reasons why your bra may be falling. Do some research before purchasing a strapless bra to find a good kind.

2. The bra must fit your properly

The first question you need to ask yourself, are you wearing the right bra size? Ask someone to assist you and figure out your correct bra size before purchasing a strapless bra.

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3. Make sure the bra has rubber band or elastic or silicon

You’re probably thinking the rubber bands don’t make much of a difference, right? But, you have a higher chance of the rubber sticking to your skin, which holds the bra in place, than if you go for a normal strapless bra with cotton lining.

4. Go for strapless long-line bras

This is when the bra covers your full torso, or to your rib cage. Once the bra wraps around your waist or rib cage, it is less likely for it to slip.

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5. Sew the bra to your dress

This is probably the oldest trick in the book, but it works like a charm. Sew the front part of your bra (the boundaries of the pad) to your dress. Just make sure the back of your dress covers the back of the bra. Throw your hands in the air and dance without a single worry!

6. Use adhesive tapes

If you didn’t have time to sew in your bra, use double sided tape. Stick the tape to your skin, and attach the bra to it to hold the bra in place. Don’t worry adhesive tape will not irritate your skin.

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7. Use clothing as support

When wearing a strapless bra, try to make sure you wear a tight dress or shirt. This will act as additional support to prevent your bra from falling.

8. Secure the bra with the convertible strap

Most strapless bras, come with removable straps, right? Well, you can use that strap to prevent your bra from falling. Wrap the strap around your bra, from under the cups, and connect them.

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