We're talking about bras today. Does everyone feel comfortable talking about bras? Good. Glad we got that out of the way.
It's almost moving time which means the yearly "I'm going to try to eliminate at least two of the pairs of shorts I've tried to cut myself but they didn't turn out right" time. I swear I attempt to filter out clothes, but let's be real...that New Kids on the Block sweater I have? I'M TOTALLY GOING TO NEED THAT ONE DAY.
Today I've got a way for you to use those old bras I know you have and make them into an adjustable bracelet. Bras. Bras. Bra. Are we uncomfortable yet?
DIY Adjustable Bra Strap Bracelet
You'll need: A bra. Some scissors. A needle and thread. Buttons and beads, optional.
Step One: Cut the strap off where it meets the band, and above the part of the strap where the adjustable part starts. (That was literally the best way I could explain it.)
Step Two: Get your needle and thread. Loop the end of the strap through the piece on top.
It will look like this:
Sew the end of the strap down with a few stitches.
Step Three: OPTIONAL ADD-ONS! Sew a button on there, a bead, embroider some cool design. There you have it. Now you don't have to feel bad about getting rid of your bra. Because you can wear your bra on your wrist. And it's adjustable.
Thanks for getting through that with me. I love you.