Bras can be a woman’s best friend, but generally they are our worst nightmares. We never seem to be able to keep ones that fit right. Either the bra straps dig into our shoulders, they are two big or small around to be comfortable, or in the case of strapless bras, they slip down if they aren’t watched constantly. Even if we do find our perfect bra, it’s bound to break. How many bras have ended up in the trash can because the underwire started poking out? Then, of course, there are those occasions when we have one type of bra and need another. How often have you wished you had a racerback bra for one particular outfit but don’t feel like you want to spend a bunch of money on a bra for a single outfit?.
And that doesn’t even cover the problems of washing bras. Yes, you can throw them into the washer, but that seriously reduces their life, and bras can be expensive. Hand washing takes up so much time, and seriously, you generally have other things to do. Not to mention air drying your bras means you have underwear hanging for hours in various places all over your house. Inevitably, this is when company decides to stop by.
Luckily, there are plenty of tips and tricks that will help you solve all those problems and more. This handy video will show you exactly how to deal with ill fitting bras, how to convert a normal bra into a racerback, and it includes tips for quick hand washing and drying, as well as how to easily cover up unwanted cleavage.