I think we can all agree that fashion disasters are probably one of the worst things that can happen to you, especially if your out and around people. It can unfortunately happen to just about anyone at just about anytime, and be totally humiliating. I mean the feeling of someone seeing your garment either ripped, opened or flung up, is absolutely unforgettable and mortifying. So here’s some tips to avoid any nerve-racking, embarrassing situations.
Lay Out Your Clothes The Day Before
Not only will you feel so much more organized and planned when laying out your clothes, but laying out your clothes the day before, will save you from looking like a hot mess and a crazy disaster. Because
(1). You can lay out your clothes according to the following day weather; so rain, wind and other outdoor elements can’t sabotage your outfit. And (2). You can think about any kind of special event/errands you’re going to, to give you a general idea of what to wear and what not to wear. For instance, you want to lay out your clothes according to any type of occasion or place you plan to go to; such as a party, store, movie theater and so on and so forth, to kinda match and represent those kinds of settings and environments, as well as wear the proper dress code and attire. This will help you from not looking out-of-place or wearing something really inappropriate, which can lead to a fashion disaster or a fashion faux pas.
Now when dressing for the weather, you want to pay attention to the forecast and what’s coming ahead of time, so nothing interferes with your outfit and totally ruins it completely. For example if it’s going to hail, snow or be really hot out, you can be fashionably prepared with some type of umbrella, hat, sunglasses, etc. So you don’t ruin your new outfit, or wear something too thick and hot, or vise versa. So knowing in advance of where you’re going to, or the upcoming temperature of the next day, will save you on plenty of time in the morning, as well as any outfit dilemmas.
Bring A Fashion Emergency Kit
I cannot stress any further of how important these things are. I guarantee you, if you invest in a good fashion emergency kit, with a wide variety of handy little pieces. It will be a total life saver!
Wether your shoes decide to rub and act up, a shirt keeps getting out-of-place, or something major decides to tear, these fashion emergency kits will be there to your rescue. All you have to do is just find a good quality one that gives you your bang for your buck, and you’re good to go! Here’s a Hollywood fashion emergency kit and a School Of Style fashion kit, which comes with a lint remover, fashion sticky tape, deodorant stain remover, a zipper closer and much-much more; to save you from a whole lot of fashion malfunctions, that would be totally embarrassing.
If you’re with a family or friend, don’t be afraid to ask if everything is okay with your outfit. Just be like “Hey, is my dress still zipped in the back?” “Do I have any hair on my sweater?” Just simple questions like that, and if the person says “yes” well now you now know. Because finding out the hard way is never a good thing, and it’s always better to catch things early then too late. This way, the person your with can always be your fashion aid and help you out if you need it.
And if a family or friend just so happen isn’t there to be your fashion aid, you can always just look in the mirror for reassurance, because mirrors are great little things for blunders you can’t see. I mean admit it, sometimes the naked eye can’t see everything, and you need another person or mirror to see back views, side views and any other views you can’t really see. Because you would hate to put on your favorite outfit thinking you’re all that and a bag of chips, and turns out there’s a giant butt hole in your jeans, and you’re walking around a busy, bustling city and everybody sees EVERYTHING.🙈 So please do yourself a favor and ask “Is everything okay?” And just look in the mirror. I know it sounds like a common sense thing to do, but unfortunately some people forget to do these things.
Well that concludes my tips to avoid any kind of fashion disaster and malfunction. I hope it kinda helped someone out who was looking for these kinds of tips.
And until next time, I’ll see you guys later…