Rated 5 out of 5Â by yasgl Perfect for those dresses with odd necklines
You can use these straps to turn any bra into a racerback, or to make a dress with interesting necklines work with a regular bra. I thought they were very well made and very affordable.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by AmandaAnaDana Good for the price but....
I wish that they were longer! I chose this product because it seemed like a good option for keeping my straps in place without having to use that plastic 'as seen on TV' thing which drew the straps way too close together and was ridiculously hard to put on. What I was looking for was just enough pull to not feel constricted but to keep my bra straps from constantly falling down. I am currently using two of these straps hitched together in order to get the length I need.
I don't think it mentioned this is the description but these come three to a package with three different colors which I really liked. Black, beige and white. :)
Rated 5 out of 5Â by oldladychristine Good strap holders. Best for the money!
I have been using bra strap holders since the 1980's. Since no one made them back then, I made my own with elastic and a plastic hook. They weren't pretty, but they worked. These strap holders are great because they are adjustable. I bought 3 sets so that I could wear 2 at a time for bras with a wider back or one for more pull toward the center. The product is made very well. Much better and prettier than I could ever make. The elastic is strong and should last for years. The price is excellent. Don't hesitate to buy.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Kessala They work!
It's sleeveless season and once again I'm struggling with visible bra straps. I found these strap holders on the Kohl's website and after reading reviews decided to try them.
Wow! They really work!
Yes, at first I fumbled and readjusted and fumbled again trying to get the strap on my bra where I wanted it. My solution was to put my bra on with the clasps in the FRONT. Then attach the strap to both bra straps while the bra was still on me backwards. Then move the bra so it's cups-in-front as normal. Slip one arm through one bra strap, then the other arm. It will be a tight fit because you've made the bra straps "shorter" due to the strap holder in back.
Adjust the straps on your shoulders and I took a peek in a hand mirror to see where the strap holder was sitting. I slid the holder upwards just a tiny bit by reaching behind myself (I extended my reach using a hair comb) until I was happy with the placement. Ta da!
It's a bit more fussing while dressing but what a wonderful difference not to struggle with slipping, sliding straps all day long. Sleeveless shirts and tank tops never looked so good on me!
If you need more length than one of these straps offers, do what other reviewers have done and attach two straps together for more length! There's no end to the adjustments you can make since each of these three straps can easily be made longer or shorter. Once you find the length for you you're all set!
Such a simple product that solves a problem I've had for years!