DIY Bra Hack for Tank Tops...Easy, Fast, Cheap, and It Works!!!

Doodle T and Me!
by Doodle T and Me!
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I Love Wearing Racerback Tank Tops...BUT...the Standard Bra Straps that poke out from the Tank is never a great look...Then...I discovered a Simple HACK to Curb the Bra Straps for a Clean Fuss-Free Line when wearing Cut-Away Racerback Tank Tops...

Hello Binder Clip!!!

YES!! Simple, Easy, and Cheap to Use! And The Binder Clips Work!!

Here's the DIY Bra Hack with Binder Clips for Racerback Tank Tops...

Materials Needed:

Binder Clips...I use Small and Medium Clips.

Racerback Tank Top.

The Classic Binder Clip. Metal. Strong. Sturdy. Once Clipped, it can lay flat and smooth.

Binder Clips in Assorted Sizes...Amazon LINK.

I found the Small and Medium Size Clips work best for this Bra Hack.

The Typical Over the Shoulder Bra....this is very wearable everyday lingerie until you want to wear a Cut-Away Racerback, Shoulder-Baring Tank Top...then the Bra Straps show and ruin the perfect line of the tank.

Sure, you can purchase a T-Back Style Bra...but how much better to be able to wear you perfectly-good bras with the Clip of a Simple Binder Clip Bra Hack...

Ready??? Let's Go!!


Binder Clip...Small or Medium works great!

How to Do the Binder Clip Bra Hack...

First, Fold over the Back Bra Straps...about mid-way on the straps...

Next, Clip the Binder Clip over the Straps...

Then, Fold Down the Binder Clips so the clips will lay smoothly against the skin.

Ta Da!! Done!!

It looks a bit strange, but this Binder Clip Hack really is comfortable and stays in place all day!

Now, Get Dressed with the Shoulder Cut-Out Racerback Tank Top.

Perfect!! Done!!

Binder Clip in Place...No Bra Straps Showing.

Racerback Tank in Tons of Colors...Amazon LINK.

Smooth and Comfortable with No-Show Bra Straps.

Now, Get Dressed with the Shoulder Cut-Out Racerback Tank Top.

Perfect! Done!!

For All the Magic - Jeanne of Doodle T and Me!

Suggested materials:
  • Binder Clips   (Amazon)
  • Racerback Tank Top   (Amazon)

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  • Robin Thomas Robin Thomas on Jun 11, 2024

    large safety pins, paperclips, barrettes are good ideas. I use a staples because they don't show like the clips and they are affordable. Try it you might like it better, just saying it's totally up to you.

  • Doodle T and Me! Doodle T and Me! on Jun 11, 2024

    Hi Robin - Thanks for your comments...lots of good options to try! Jeanne of Doodle T and Me!