Bra straps that constantly fall off your shoulders are an annoying and common bra problem for a lot of women.
While it might be obvious, many women don’t adjust their bra straps or if they do, they don’t adjust them correctly.
Both of your bra straps don’t need to be the same length, because most women will have one breast larger than the other, you might have to adjust one strap longer to make the straps comfortably snug.
Straps Still Falling?
If you’re not able to adjust your bra straps to the right length, there are a couple of possible reasons.
The first is that your bra may be too old.
Over time, the elastic in most bra straps will stretch.
To extend the life of your bra, ensure you never put them in the dryer, as it will destroy the elastic over time.
Even the best quality bras won’t last more than a year when worn regularly, so don’t torture yourself in a bra that’s past its prime!
The Best Styles for You
If you are s with a new bra, still experiencing strap falling then the bra is most likely not the right style for you.
Many bras are designed with straps that are wide-set, or far apart from each other, while this is fashionable, it’s not for everyone!
Petite, or women with sloped shoulders should ensure they buy bras that have close-set, and fully adjustable straps. Another solution is to purchase a racer back bra or a bra that the straps can criss-cross in the back as they will not fall off during the day.