4 Tips for How to Keep a Strapless Bra Up

Every woman has most likely experienced the struggle of an ill-fitting bra at one time or another. Strapless bras, in particular, are often the culprits of annoying wardrobe issues. There's no need to continue to suffer in silence. If you're constantly pulling up and fidgeting with your slipping bra, this is for you.

If you've often avoided having to wear a strapless bra simply to prevent dealing with quality or sizing issues, we're here to restore your faith in them. Never experience your strapless bra slipping down or fitting poorly ever again with these four tips.

1. Design Quality Is Everything - The most significant contributing factor to a strapless bra that just won't stay up is the quality of its design. Well-thought-out design and quality fabrics are vital to the support and comfort that a strapless bra is able to offer.

A supportive strapless bra will have a well-designed band under your bust that provides the lift and compression necessary for the garment to stay put all day long. Our strapless bras use anti-slip materials and PowerSlim ® firm compression fabric that smooths you down and supports you from underneath - the way a strapless bra should.

If you're finding yourself pulling and fidgeting with your strapless bra throughout the day, we promise it doesn't have to be that way. 

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2. Ensure Sizing Is Accurate - When it comes to bras for women, accurate and updated sizing matters. Aging, hormonal changes, weight gain and other reasons can all contribute to what size bra will fit you the best.

It's important that you get professionally sized and continue to go in for checkups often. One study even found professional bra fitting criteria to be superior to traditional at-home methods. If you find your strapless bra slipping down, this is your sign to head in for a sizing checkup to ensure you're wearing the most appropriate size for your current body type.

3. Outdated? Toss It - If you're grabbing a bra from your top drawer out of habit and can't remember when you bought it, it's probably time to upgrade. Outdated bras are often so worn and stretched out that they're no longer capable of fitting you properly.

An outdated strapless bra simply won't stay up and support you as well as a new one made with up-to-date, innovative design and anti-slip fabrics will. If you can't seem to figure out the reason your strapless bra won't stay up, but you also can't remember what year you bought your current one - toss it and upgrade it to a better-fitting replacement. You'll be so glad you did!

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4. Get Creative - Are you just not a strapless bra fan perhaps? You don't have to worry, you've got options. You can always get creative with the styles of bra you choose for your outfits.

Whether it's a multi-way bra with adjustable straps worn beneath a halter top or asymmetric cut dress, or a sexy lace bralette peeking out from your tank top - you can be strategic and still stylishly comfortable with your bra choice.

If you've sworn off strapless bras for good, try experimenting with our variety of bra styles designed to fit your unique outfit and support needs.

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To summarize, there are a few methods for keeping your strapless bras in place. Start with trying a well-made, high-quality product that supports you under your bust with an intentional, creative design.

Be sure you're tossing out those old, outdated and stretched-out bras that can't fit you well anymore. Stay up to date on your current, most accurate sizing by seeing a professional to get your measurements.

And if you're just not into strapless, then opt for a multi-way adjustable style with moveable straps to suit your needs. Whichever you choose, you don't need to continue to struggle with your current strapless bra.

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