I am always on the look out for great products. So when I read about the Bra Clip in Homemaker magazine (a great Canadian women's magazine that my mother-in-law subscribed me to) I knew I had to share it with you. This cool gadget wraps around the straps of a bra in the back pulling the straps together. The original purpose of this clip was to give new life to an old bra and pulls the straps taught, supposedly lifting the breasts. It also is toted as reducing strain on shoulders that some women live with every day.
I don't know if I believe the before and after example image on the website or not that shows a women's breasts rising to the occasion after attaching the clip to her bra. But I thought this would be an excellent aid for wearing whatever bra in my wardrobe I want to wear with my tank tops without having to worry about my bra straps peeking out or having to have the "right bra" laundered and ready to go.
The Bra Clip was designed by Baker and McLean out of South Florida. Their promotional material is directed toward women aged 35 - 44 but I see any woman who wears a bra finding a need for this enhancement. It comes in three colours; white, black or tan. And this cool gadget is reasonably priced at $9.95. The item is non-refundable "for sanitary reasons".
They have an archaic ordering system on the website requiring visitors to "Print this form and mail to us". They also have a small listing of retailers that carry their product. But I'm sure an increase in demand will encourage website improvements. They have a product video on the site that you can download and watch but I would prefer an online video. It's quicker and doesn't involve any work on my part other than watching.
Of course nothing works better than a proper fitting bra. I haven't tried this product but I think this company has a good accessory for any woman's intimates drawer.
Learn more about the Bra Clip.