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How to Try on Clothing Easily
Make sure your hair isn't in any complicated styles.A ponytail serves the purpose well.
When getting dressed, make sure to wear a skin tone-type bra, so you can see exactly how sheer a shirt is.Also, skin tone-type underwear is useful too, especially if you're trying on white bottoms.
Wear a T-shirt or tank-top (preferably without a built-in bra) and a loose skirt or shorts.Tight pants can be a hassle.
Wear a pair of comfortable sandals or flip-flops that can easily slip on and off.
Purses can be a big bother and easy to forget on a counter or a dressing room.Instead, keep money, cell phone, and makeup in a pocket or jacket. This also prevents theft.
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- Make sure you get the right sized clothing. When in doubt, bring two sizes in with you and compare. For example: does the smaller size have too high a waist or too low a neckline? Does the larger size have too much extra fabric, or shoulder seams that land on your biceps instead of your shoulders?
- After you try things on, keep separate piles for the things you want and the things you don't want.
- While in the dressing room, it is a good time to inspect the stitching on the clothing you try on. In some stores (particularly cheaper stores that offer more ephemeral fashion for clubbing and the like, such as Forever 21 and Wet Seal) it is common to encounter items with tears or poorly constructed seams. Switch these out for another copy of the item, if available.
- If you bring a purse, wrap it in the clothing you were wearing when you came into the dressing room. This will ensure that you don't forget it.
- Avoid wearing excessive jewellery when clothes shopping. It may get in the way while dressing/undressing, or could snag and tear your clothes or the clothes you're trying on.
- Remember, sometimes no size is a perfect fit, and the item and you just weren't meant to be. Don't settle for clothing that is unflattering on you just because it looked good on the rack.
- To prevent getting stuck by a pin on the floor, remove your flip-flops or sandals and stand on them while dressing.
- If you have a question about the clothing you're trying on ask an employee but don't harass them.
- Don't be afraid to ask the employees there for help. That's what they're paid to do, and most are more than happy to help.
- When in the dressing room, try to create outfits out of the clothes that you have. This cuts time in half and helps you create future looks.
- Dressing room floors can have sharp pins on them. Be careful of an accidental piercing of the sole of your foot.
- Remember to check return policies; some stores only offer store credit, or do not accept returns for sale items.
- Be careful of fitting-room doors. Always test them before you settle in.
- If you aren't extremely skinny, stay away from empire-waisted clothing--i.e., tops and dresses reminiscent of pregnancy wear. These will seemingly add weight, unless you have a narrow ribcage and shoulders.
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Date: 07.12.2018, 19:41 / Views: 84334