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Fashion Trends that Put a Toll on Your Health

The vain do not complain. This may be true for those who want to look good and fashionable, but beyond the physical impact of wearing the trendiest clothes and fashion lay some health risks that you may not be aware of.

Do not let aesthetics get the better of you! From bags, to shoes and undergarments, know what fashion trends can spell disaster to your health and well being.

You want to have long legs and so you put on a sexy pair of stilettos. Three inched-stilettos can do the trick! Heads turn and you feel like a supermodel walking down the runway, but after 30 minutes of walking your legs and feet already pays the consequence of vanity. With stilettos, you could simply trip and sprain your ankles, develop bunions, calluses and varicose veins. If you don’t stop wearing them everyday, your knees and even your lower back are also at risk. Overtime, osteoarthritis can set in. Those mile-high stilettos are just not good for your biomechanics. So before you go gaga over those alluring stilettos go and seek the advice of your podiatrist first.

Ladies and who avoid the VPL or visible panty line taboo wear thongs instead of the usual comfy cotton panties. There are even those who prefer to wear thongs because they want to emphasize their toned thighs and buns. Unfortunately, wearing thongs or G-strings too often can cause genital tissue irritation, which in some instance develops into small lacerations and cuts. Wearing too tight thongs can also cause urinary tract infection and vaginal infections such as yeast infection which is very irritating and painful. But do not despair! You can still avoid VPLs with the use of invisible panty lines like cotton boy shorts.

What was once associated with rockers, bikers and gangsters are now considered fashion trends by many. I’m talking about body tattoos. Nowadays, tattoos are considered cool, stylish and fashionable. But one thing remains the same. Tattoos, especially those that are not done hygienically can expose you to diseases like hepatitis and even HIV! And then there are simple allergies and skin irritations. And do you think a tattooed image of your ex-boyfriend twenty to forty years from now will look sentimental, especially if you both have your own separate lives? If you think getting a tattoo is very painful, wait till you try to removing one!

Career women of today carry almost everything in their bags, but the kitchen! Three to four cell phones, vanity kit, wallets, laptops, name it, the bag has it. And because of this, bigger bags are needed. But while big bags are both fashionable and functional, these have negative effects of the shoulder muscles and nerves. And obviously, your shoulders, spine and even your back are exposed to more strain as you add more stuff to your bag. The key is to bring only those items that you need.

You see celebrities wear them during red carpet walks, but that does not mean you should too. Last fashion trend that can pose some health risk are big heavy earrings. The last thing you want is a torn up earlobe simply because your heavy dangling earrings got caught somewhere or is simply too heavy for your ears. A torn up earlobe is very visible and definitely not a good sight to see.

Fashion and styles help express ones self, but do not let that expression be “ouch”. Do not sacrifice comfort over looking good, because fashion should never be a pain in the neck, feet and back.

Plus Size Fashions of 2017

You know better than to hide those beautiful curves beneath that shapeless and definitely unfashionable garment. Exhibit them with the latest Plus Size Fashions of 2016. With a market exceeding $45-billion a year, that only means you’re not alone girl! Plenty other beauties have the same figure as you. So show off that plus size for all the beauty that is there to be seen.

Summer Dresses and Skirts

Gracing our collections are this year’s fabulous dresses and skirts. Starting with the fine-gauge knit wrap dresses that cinches in and drapes out creating the captivating effect of a modern goddess, delicate halters that veer into the head-turning category, with those airy empire cuts, are perfect ways to float through summer. Pair that with sweet skirts of bright or solid neutral colors topped with blouses with similar hues will give you the grace that will fit your style.

Stylish Shirts and Tops

These skin-baring shirts shrunk to fit have just gone up the belly. These figure-friendly threads are surprisingly refreshing to wear. Designed to lightly flow over your body, tunics give you more bust detail and nips in that extra curvy appeal down your waist. The more casual tanks can be adorned with intricate embroidery or a lustrous soft pastel by choice. These babies will look smashing in a blouse form with beautiful plus size dresses with wraps and halters worn by quintessentially-formed figures. For that slim and elongated body effect, the v-neckline would be perfect. Choose the breathable soft fabrics like the jersey knit, micro fiber, cotton or poly blends, crepe and silk georgette and you will never regret it. Put on a fancy jean jacket to add an extra layer if needed.

Fabulous Pants and Jeans

Feminine-fit denims and slacks are now improved by careful tailoring with quality construction. Lightweight Capri’s in fresh cotton-blends or denim, the pocket-free classic black trousers with flat-front, and chic wide-leg palazzo pairs had definitely done the trick. The curve-catering jeans of elemental dark rinses, higher than usual back rise, boot-cut legs, back pockets angled to fit and with specially designed front panels can smooth out that tummy area. Pants with a-little-stretchy fabrics are always the best.

Corporate Career Wear

Dress for success; start in a corporate classic white t-shirt. This theme has endless variations that you’re guaranteed to find a suitable outfit. This style won’t get you overly buttoned-down. To less emphasize your bust line, you may leave a few buttons modestly opened avoid that awful “button-gap”. Finely tailored suit jackets are really worth investing in. Look for those narrow lapels, a one-buttoned waist closure with all-season fabrics like rayon and light blend tweeds. Black makes you look slender but white gives the refreshing effect and even looks awesome in a silhouette structure. Many sober and sleek varieties can actually refine that form of yours. Pair with a tulip skirt to add that prancing effect. Longer jackets or mid-hip can be matched with a knee-length skirt to provide a flattery proportion.

Avoid those embellished and decorative designs. The clean-lined and plain-looking are always more attractive when yearning for that professional edge.

Steamy Active Wear

Who says plus-sized women aren’t women of active inclinations? That’s not even close to the truth. Plus-sized women are active women especially when they work out. For the best effects, avoid those too tight bottoms or tops. A sport bra with built-in under wire should be very helpful but choose those that won’t constrict. And like any passable active wear, it should be moisture repellant with a breathable material. Try the looser-cut yoga outfits for once, and experience pure comfort. Pair with brilliantly proportioned pants with widened bottoms and soft cotton-blend razorback tanks for a style that’s fashionably refreshing.

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