Well it not a bad thing to see a bra strap you can dress however you like and some guy don,t mind seeing you,r bra strap and if you thing you need to wear a strap less bra win going out then to so it all up to you and wear what you like the best and make you fill better out in the open but most guy I know like to see bra strap form time to time
It's not really a big deal one way or another. My girlfriend's straps show some of the times she wears a tank top and I don't really think much of it. I agree that whatever is most comfortable for you is what you should go with.
It mat be different under a formal attire or at an event but as far as casual goes, it is really no bug deal. If they are like those nude color full coverage padded bra, they do look bad. But if they are kinda sexy or playful, they infact may make you look sexy.
I think it's kind of inevitable. Maybe in the past it was a big deal, but it's nothing new to see a girl's bra strap today. With more revealing clothing, there's not really a way to cover it completely.
If it's a regular with something strapless, it looks stupid imo. Other than that, I'm pretty neutral about it. It's no big deal, really. I wear racerback tank tops a lot, and I TRY to wear strapless bras, but they're kind of uncomfortable, so honestly, my bra straps usually show. :P I regret nothing.
Although to somewhere that's a little more dressy, it does look tacky.
In my opinion a bra strap showing isn't such a big deal to me. My bra strap always shows when I wear a singlet or a short sleeved t-shirt and I don't think people make such a big out of it. Yeah maybe some parents can be strict and don't let their daughters reveal their bra strap but that is only some people. I would understand if they were revealing to much of their chest but yeah a bra strap isn't such a big deal.
i think it looks really bad if your showing your stra[s with a strapless shirt/dress.. just wear a strapless.. not that difficult... definitely don't show it for special occasions or work... other than that it's whatever..
I think it depends on where you are. If you are at work, it's a big no. Some events that are more formal oriented, probably not. The rest is just good judgement on your part & what you are comfortable with.