Jewelry Bra Straps

Shoulder Style

Peekaboo bra straps are no big deal for some women, but not everyone is a fan of exposed undergarments. They can look sloppy and haphazard, as if they’re an unexpected consequence of poor wardrobe planning.

Allison Mercer’s solution is to own the look. If your bra straps are going to be seen, make them worth seeing. That’s the philosophy behind Strappys, the jewelry-like bra straps Allison designs. They’re fun and tasteful.
They don’t look accidental at all. Instead, they’re interchangeable accessories you’ll want to show off when you’re wearing a strapless dress or a top that exposes your bra straps. They’re also functional. You can hook Strappys onto the strap loops sewn into most convertible bras and strapless bras.

So many of today’s styles -- such as tank tops, asymmetrical dresses, and off-the-shoulder shirts -- aren’t designed to keep undergarments under cover. With Strappys, you don’t have to worry about unattractive bra straps ruining a great look. You can choose from a range of different styles, including glass beads, rows of rhinestones, stunning faceted stones, and braided fabric straps. The hardest part is choosing which style to rock.

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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Allison

    Hi Daily Grommet. When I saw the bejeweled Hollywood solution for peekaboo bra straps, I set out to create an affordable solution for the rest of us and created Strappys Decorative Bra Straps. It's a full line of shoulder jewelry! If you are like me and want to be stylish without giving up comfort and function try Strappys. I am here to answer any questions you have.

  • Beth
    4/10/2012 12:20 PM

    Are the straps adjustable?

  • Allison Mercer
    Allison Mercer
    4/10/2012 12:48 PM

    @Beth HI!

    Yes the jewelry straps are all adjustable. The fabric rhinestone straps have an adjuster just like a regular fabric bra strap. The beaded straps have a little bit of stretch built into the very back of the strap for some adjustability.

    I hope that helps answer your question.

  • Doris
    4/10/2012 12:35 PM

    Hi, these are all stunning! Could you please tell me - are they made in the USA?

  • Allison
    Allison – Special Guest
    4/10/2012 12:52 PM


    Hi Doris,

    They are all imported.

  • Dawn Billesbach
    Dawn Billesbach
    4/10/2012 2:12 PM

    I have some of these - actually several pairs. I have to be in a talkative mood when I wear them because someone ALWAYS asks about them and compliments them. That happened just the other day at The St.Patty's Day parade. Free shipping means I'll have to get more for summer.

  • Allison
    Allison – Special Guest
    4/10/2012 3:47 PM

    @Dawn Billesbach

    Thanks Dawn. Yes, you will definitely get noticed when wearing Strappys!

  • mary
    4/13/2012 12:05 PM

    How strong are they? I'm large chested (34 G) and rely on my bras for serious support. I know with proper fit the straps don't do all the work, but for me, they always do some. Are these up to that task?

  • Chew-Hoong
    Chew-Hoong – Grommet Team
    4/14/2012 2:43 PM

    @mary: Good question. I've reached out to Allison for an answer.

  • Allison Mercer
    Allison Mercer
    4/15/2012 9:30 AM


    The straps wear best on women who are a D cup or smaller. The braided fabric straps however will work for any size.

    If there is too much weight to "hold up" our jewelry straps can open up at the point where the hook and the decorative strap come together, the o ring.

    The best way around this is to wear a supportive bra and wear our wide straps such as the faceted stone and the four row rhinestones.

  • Susan
    5/16/2012 4:05 PM

    @mary -- I'm a 32F/G and bought the gold beaded ones to try, before your comment and Allison's answer were posted. The straps are a little longer than what's optimum for me, so I found that they weren't quite enough given the stretchiness. I'm thinking they may work as cross-backs, although I haven't tried that yet. Take Allison at her word. :-)

  •  Laura
    5/16/2012 12:36 PM

    Hello, these are really beautiful! I am wondering what materials are used to make them as I have allergies to some metals and plastics. Please let me know!

    Thanks, Laura

  • Chew-Hoong
    Chew-Hoong – Grommet Team
    5/17/2012 1:40 PM

    @ Laura: You can find out the metals used for each design in the DETAILS tab (below video) on the page where Strappys is featured. I have a message in to Allison whether plastic is used and will let you know.

  • Chew-Hoong
    Chew-Hoong – Grommet Team
    5/18/2012 8:23 AM

    @ Laura: I too find the Strappys add a "fun, WOW" flair to my mundane "bra"-drobe. Gets lots of compliments too!

    Allison has this to share about what's in her Strappys:

    Double Row Rhinestone Silver Straps:

    --> nickel free, lead free, imitation rhodium

    Four Row Rhinestone Silver Straps:

    --> nickel free, lead free, imitation rhodium

    Black Beaded Straps:

    --> Beads are plastic, hooks are coated metal

    Beaded Straps:

    --> Beads are glass, hooks are coated metal

    Circle Jewelry Straps:

    --> Fabric with coated metal hooks

    Double Row Rhinestone Black Straps:

    --> nickel free, lead free, imitation rhodium

    Gunmetal or Black Faceted Stone Straps:

    --> nickel free, lead free, imitation rhodium

    You can find out more info of each design in the DETAILS tab (below video) on the page where Strappys is featured.

  •  donna
    6/23/2012 1:46 PM

    Is the price quoted for a pair?

  • Chew-Hoong
    Chew-Hoong – Grommet Team
    6/23/2012 3:20 PM

    @ donna: Absolutely!

  • Karen
    9/21/2012 3:45 PM

    Love this idea, can't stand that messy strap look!

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