Clothing mishaps happen sometimes and not only do they make us uncomfortable, but they can be detrimental to our health. For example, many women were surprised to learn that the way they have been wearing their bra for years is wrong.
This can lead to pain in the neck, back, and shoulders, as well as skin abrasions. But these mistakes can easily be avoided if you know what to do.
We looks at common dress mistakes we all make and how to wear better clothes to make us look and feel good.
Wearing Your Bra The Wrong Way
How you’re doing it wrong: The back of the bra goes up the back towards the shoulders.
Why is it wrong? It may be too big for you. Lack of adequate support can result in shoulder and back pain.
How to do it right: Get the correct size bra and buy the one with a band at the back that is horizontal when you wear it.
Wearing The Wrong Type Of Bra
How you’re doing it wrong: Buy the wrong bra cup style that doesn’t fit your breasts well.
Why it’s wrong: Your bra may not provide adequate support for your breasts.
How to do it right: If you have round or larger breasts or rounded shoulders, cup bras are made for you. Women with teardrop shaped busts or armpits are better suited to wearing scuba bras. The balconettes are designed for small or medium breasts.
Wearing The Wrong Type Of Underwear For Your Shape
How you’re doing it wrong: Choosing underwear that is not suitable for your body shape.
Why it’s wrong: It can cause discomfort or result in a brief.
How to do it right:
Women with square flat butts can wear shorts, bikinis, thongs, and men’s thongs. Those with V-shaped bottoms may prefer underwear, men’s shorts, hipsters, or bikinis without leg holes.
Pear-shaped women with an A-shaped butt will feel most comfortable in men’s thongs, bikinis, or shorts made of stretch lace or with laser-cut edges. Women with round butts should wear men’s thongs, thongs, briefs, and shorts.
Wearing Clothes That Require Tying Something Around The Neck Too Often
How you’re doing it wrong: Tying a tie too tight or wearing halter tops that must be tied around the neck, especially those that need to support the weight of your chest very often.
Why is it wrong: This will tighten your neck.
How to do it right: Tie it tight so there are no problems with clothing, but loose enough not to put too much strain on your neck. Alternate with other clothes with better support or find other ways to tie them.
Wearing A Swimsuit The Wrong Way
How you’re doing it wrong: With the classy way swimsuits are made today, it’s not uncommon to be confused about how to wear them. Some may wear them backward, back to front, or tie them incorrectly.
Why it’s wrong: You can leave the parts of the body you need to be covered, hanging out.
How to do it: Be sure to try on your swimsuit before you buy. Pay attention to the way a swimsuit hangs, as this can give you a clue as to how it should be worn.
Wearing A Shirt That Is So Tight It Causes Gaping
How you’re doing it wrong: Wear a tight shirt, try to look stylish, no matter if there is an unwanted gap between the buttons.
Why it’s wrong: It can cause discomfort, breathing problems, and embarrassment if a button pops off.
How to do it right: Make sure the shirt is straight and smooth when buttoned and there is no gap between the buttons. You can also choose a looser cut, add a button, or sew along the seams so that the buttons are covered.
Which of these mistakes made your life more difficult? Do you know of any other examples of clothing mistakes we made or do you have any advice on how not to make those mistakes?