7 Dangerous Fashion Items

Fashion is a part of our lives. We all indulge in a number of practices to help enhance our looks and make us better fits into the society according to the styles and trends which have been most suitable. But have you ever considered how some of these items could actually be putting us in danger? Yes, you heard correct, this article highlights those fashion items which have found their way into our everyday lives but have been causing illness and discomfort to more people than one would have estimated. So read on and understand how your passion for fashion could just become your reason for ailment.

Fashion Items That May Harm You

1. Skinny Jeans:

skinny jeans have been a popular choice among men and women. But what most people have not yet understood are the ill effects of these jeans. While the “painted on” look is highly appreciated, a number of studies have shown that these do affect the digestive system. It has more commonly been called tight pant syndrome. These jeans have also been associated with lower back pains, yeast infections and lesions on the thighs. They might also cause a condition called meralgia paresthetica which has also been called tingling thigh syndrome because of the skin and nervous irritation is can cause.

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2. Heavy Hand Bags:

If you think your hand bag can be used as a carrier for all your basic needs, then you might want to reconsider having such heavy weights hang off your shoulder constantly. The ‘all equipped’ hand bag can be fashionable along with being handy but it can also be the reason for that still back and posture trouble you have been suffering from. It has been noted that very heavy hand bag have been the reason for a bad posture, muscle weakness in the back and it has been able to permanently alter the position and alignment of the backbone.

 

Heavy Handbag

 

3. High Heels

:you might be looking to give your height a little boost but that could be the reason for you to be bed ridden for a few weeks at a stretch. That’s correct, high heels could be the reason for a number of injuries to the foot like a sprained ankle, a broken toe, stress fractures and even bunions. Wedge heels would be better than stilettoes because they would give elevation not only to the back, but also to the front half of your foot. So while you might feel like you are flying high, make sure your feet are safely planted on the ground.

 

High Heels

 

4. Shape-wear and Pantyhose:

The sexy curves of your body would be beautifully highlight with your favourite shape-wear and your perfect legs would look elegant with your set of pantyhose but it could be the root cause of a yeast infection that you may have developed lately. Also, these fitted clothes can cause nerve compression, along with reducing oxygen and blood supply to parts of the body. Aside from aches that you might suffer because of these if you wear them for a few hours, wearing them regularly can cause irreversible damage.

 

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5. Accessories with Nickel:

Nickel allergies are a common problem with a number of people. Rashes, skin irritation and lesions are common symptoms of the same. One might think they do not have much to worry about since they have not suffered from the allergy since birth, but people can develop this allergy almost suddenly, even during adulthood. Thus accessories with even traces of nickel can cause harm to the skin around the accessory, causing a lot of discomfort and hot flushes in the affected area.

 

Nickle Bracelet

6. Cheap Jewellery

: Fake pearls, diamond rings and silver bracelets have been creeping into our dressing rooms and have fit themselves into a large chunk on our dresser. However it has been seen that these fake products carry very real harmful metals which can cause adverse effects to the wearer. Cadmium, lead and chromium have been widely found to be in the constituents of these articles and have been the main cause for a number of health defects the wearer has suffered, without being able to pinpoint the main cause. So before you walk into stores to buy “junk” jewellery, be warned it is junk in more ways than one.

Cheap Jewelry

7. Coloured Contacts:

Has the twilight series been your point of inspiration as well? Those coloured contacts have seen a boost in the market demand since the movies got launched but a number of wearers have been blissfully unaware of the effects it can have. It is important that you consult your doctor before you decide to wear coloured contacts because they are placed right above the eye and must be properly cleaned and disinfected before use. Without proper cleaning, you could sick dust or even pathogens finding their way into your eye. Also, contacts that are not properly fitted can lead to weaker vision and loss of the same.

 

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Fashion statements may be the loudest these days, but they can also become the most dangerous ones. So before you walk out that door, spend a little more time in front of the dresser and make sure your clothing and accessories are going to respect your health and your body. Be healthy; be fashionable because beauty is natural, before commercial.

 

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Spotlight on La Perla Lingerie

La Perla is a luxurious Italian designer lingerie label which aims to make women look, and feel, a million dollars. Sensuous and sexy, this exquisite label has launched many collections over the years which have all been hugely successful in the world of fashion due to the company’s dedication to superbly crafted high quality designer pieces.

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Product Range
On offer is a wide variety of beautiful cuts, styles and colours so you can find the perfect fit for any occasion. Whether you require matching sets, corsets, camisoles, bodysuits, slips, or garter belts and hosiery, La Perla has a wide range of elegant garments, all of which are skillfully made from high quality fabrics. In addition to lingerie, it also caters to a wide range of gorgeous nightwear and swimwear pieces.

Background
La Perla was founded in 1954 by the talented Italian fashion designer Ada Masotti and immediately became a front runner in the world of fashion, opening boutiques in the fashion capitals of the world, Paris, Milan, New York and London. Very quickly, it became a global success, setting the trends instead of following them and revolutionising the history of women’s lingerie by transforming it from mere functionality to a whole new branch of fashion in its own right.

Setting Trends
Gone were the days of dull and dowdy plain underwear – La Perla introduced women to a new world of intricately crafted original designs with a wide range of vibrant colours and gorgeous styles, as well as new types of fabrics for underwear, such as silk, chiffon, lace, stretch lace, lycra, tulle and satin. The company has remained a global fashion trendsetter ever since due to its ability to constantly evolve ahead of the times with its amazing foresight and innovation, as well as its dedication to perfection in every individual piece.

Quality
In its past and present collections, you will find each item has been constructed with high quality specialty fabrics, for example, leaver’s lace, a type of lace produced on a particular type of loom specifically designed for reproducing high thread counts and delicate intricacies; soutache, a sophisticated silk ribbon sewed on by hand; and frastaglio, an antique type of embroidery, usually used for garments of silk or tulle.

La Perla’s 2012 collections have now been launched and are as always at the very front of cutting edge fashion, featuring a wide variety of alluring, sensual, and beautiful ensembles, all designed to make women of all shapes and ages look absolutely stunning.

A wide range of La Perla lingerie including bras, thongs, bodysuits and chemises can be seen at Fox and Rose

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