Sunday, 25 January 2015

Wardrobe Malfunction! How does it feel?




We read in the news every day about celebrities, especially female top shots, running into trouble with their dresses in public. I must say that it is surely such an embarrassing situation for both the person involved and the audience / spectators.  

Some of the Hollywood stars who have been affected in one way or the other are the likes of Jennifer Garner, Megan Fox, BeyoncĂ©, Liv Tyler, Katherine Heigl, Maria Carey, to mention but a few. Jennifer Aniston, Nicki Minaj, Rita Ora, amongst others, got caught up in 2014.

This mishap can happen to anybody! These unfortunate artists usually get caught up on stage (at concerts, gigs, etc.) in a way that they cannot run off the stage in the middle of the show, rather they will be obliged to manage the situation until the end of the show. 

But for the non-celebrity lady out there, she can always find a way of covering up immediately when this type of misfortune comes her way. For me, I cannot recall  any major havoc I have experienced. The main problems I have had in the past were with the zippers or buttons. You know the experience one has when one wants to wear a small-sized dress or pair of trousers. If the zippers do not zip up and one forces them, then they might burst at some stage. This might happen immediately or when one has left the house. On one particular instance, the zipper at the back of my blouse got damaged when I tried to zip it up. I was already running late and did not have any plan B, so I ended up leaving the house very late because it took me time to search and find something else to wear.

With the African attire, some malfunction occurrences might be typical with lace materials. Similar to the experience with the zippers and depending on the type, the lace material might tear up sooner or later if you force yourself into them. 

Some other materials hook on any projection either at home, in the car or at an entrance. They tear up as a result of body movement and the strain. 

The extent of damage to the respective materials will depend on the type and quality. 

No comments:

Post a comment

Popular Posts