Ashley Graham just shared a strapless bra tip for women with big boobs and it'll have you wearing dresses all summer.

It’s that time of the year again. The sun is out and strapless dress season is upon us once more.

But for women with big boobs, strapless dresses come with their fair share of unwanted hassle.

This can involve holding your boobs in place with tape (oh so glam), tucking your regular bra straps into your cups or even doubling up with two bras to ensure nothing pops out during the day. It can be a lot.

Thankfully, body positivity model Ashley Graham has our backs… or erm, our fronts, with this genius bra hack. And it’s actually quite simple.

“PRO TIP: the trick to a strapless bra if you’re over a DD cup is keeping your cup size the same but going down a size in the band (RN I’m a 38DDD so I wear a 36DDD for my strapless bras to keep the girls up),” she captioned a pre-pregnancy photo of herself.

Yep, no more tugging, lifting or sticking, just simply opt for a smaller band size and you’ll have the support you need to confidently rock any strapless dress.

Fans were quick to thank her for sharing the word.


“Thank you for the tip because I’m a DD girl and I couldn’t keep them up for the life of me,” one person commented.

“I always have a hard time with strapless, thanks for the tip!” said another.

But this isn’t the only time Graham has shared clever clothing hacks with her followers.

Back in 2017, Graham shared a solution for dealing with painful halter tops, inspired by body-positive advocate, Allison Kimmey.

Kimmey came up with the idea to turn a halter bikini top into a comfier option by tying the two strings at the top of a bikini to the ones running horizontally across her back. 

Not only does it look great, but most importantly, it evenly distributes pressure on the shoulders and back so you don’t have the painful digging feeling weighing on your neck.

Image: Instagram.

This. Is. Life-changing.

We're a little embarrassed we didn't think of it sooner!

Do you have any clever bra hacks? Tell us in the comments below.