Typical Wardrobe Malfunctions And How To Avoid Them

Being fashionable in this day and time is a daunting task for many people. A few wardrobe malfunctions still lurk in the dark. To effectively arm you against these malfunctions, and consequently protect you from the embarrassment the bring, here are the most common wardrobe malfunctions and how you can avoid them. These mishaps, however, are so common yet surprisingly very easy to fix. Check out typical wardrobe malfunctions and how to avoid them.

The Loose Bra Strap

Don’t you just hate that bras can be very cunning in so many ways? From the wire bursting through and poking your skin, to the strap coming loose and slipping down your shoulders, although you could swear it was tight before you left the house. It’s an internal discomfort that we often suffer alone; fidgeting and trying to adjust discretely. Luckily, there’s a solution. Bra strap clips come in different types but its main job is to keep your bra strap in place, and so prevent falling.

Those Underwear Lines

This is something that many of us do not anticipate but that imprint from your underwear can transform an outfit for worse. Your best bet whenever you have to wear anything bodycon is to accompany with shapewear. We can’t overemphasize this enough. Shapewear fixes everything from broken relationships to sneaky underwear lines. Don’t ask how we know!

The Scoffed Stiletto Heels

Depending on where you will be going, some floors are just not good for your stilettos. It’s always a joy to have stiletto heel guards handy for those grassy or sandy floors.

The Shifting Fabric

We have to admit it, wearing some outfits can be a ticking bomb. From plunging necklines to high slits, anything can move from sexy to too revealing. Want to know how your favorite celebrities do it? It’s the magic of double-sided fashion tape. It works by sticking to your skin and then the fabric. You don’t have to be bothered about mistake slips. Wooosh! Like magic!

The Button Pop

You know those shirts that are just the perfect fit but for some annoying reason is tight around the bust? While we don’t advise you buying them, you don’t need to put out those you own just yet. Slip on the magical double sided tape to hold the shirt and buttons in place. Like the shapewear, the double-sided tape fixes everything and is definitely worth the buy.

Bonus point: Sweat Patches

We’ve talked about how dark colors may retain heat, but how they are amazingly good at hiding sweat patches. But apart from this and deodorants, there’s another solution for sweat patches. It’s called underarm sweat pads. They stay conspicuously in the underarm area of your sleeved shirts or dresses to suck up all the sweat.

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