Avoiding Wardrobe Blunders
Problem: Unopened VentSolution: Scissors
Jackets, blazers, and skirts often come with vents that are tacked together with thread. "Don't forget to snip the string once you bring your item home from the store," says JoAnna Nicholson, author of Dressing Smart for Women: 101 Mistakes You Can't Afford to Make...and How to Avoid Them (Impact Publications, $17, amazon.com). Besides being a potential source of embarrassment, a tacked-together vent may also increase your chances of ripping your garment when you take a large step or reach for something on the top pantry shelf.
Next: Problem: A Gaping Blouse
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