Hello Ladies! Take This Advice Regarding Your Undies
Black undies and clothes are wardrobe essentials because the colour conceals nudity regardless of how transparent the clothe might be.
This is one advice Nigerian ladies need to heed, coming from a Nigerian fashion designer, Jane Michael.
Micheal urged ladies and gentlemen to ensure they have a good number of black undies which were preferable to wear for outings.
According to her, black undies will save them from embarrassment in public when their outfit is transparent or slips off due to wind or any other circumstance.
She said black coloured cloths could be won with any other colour of accessories, unlike other coloured clothes.
“Black undies conceal your nudity when your outfit is transparent and prevents you from being embarrassed in public when your cloth slips off unknowingly or when there is a heavy wind.
“This happens when I am doing photoshoot, so I tell my clients to come with black undies when coming for photoshoot,” she said.
The fashion designer advised ladies to stop wearing strapped brassieres with off shoulder tops to appear responsible and decent.
She said everyone should be cautious in their dress sense and ensure that their undies were completely concealed under their clothes.
“Save yourself the embarrassment of allowing people see your singlets underneath your clothe, rather, wear V neck singlets in such situation.
“For busty ladies, you should avoid wearing round neck dresses or cloths with collars as such renders the breast unattractive regardless of the brassieres worn,” she said.
One more thing, everyone needs to ensure healthy hygiene in managing their undies to prevent contracting diseases.
She spoke on Sunday during the “Style by Zenith” fair organised by Zenith Bank and Fashion One held at Oniru, Lagos with the theme, ‘Revamp your Style’.
The event was to showcase products in the food, fashion, media, automobile, accessories, music and arts industries.
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