So I have this dress that I ADORE. It’s a brown Tahari short-sleeved wrap dress with a modern floral pattern. It’s very rare that I wear a pattern (I adore a solid garment in bright colors most of the time), but this one won me over. Anywho, if I wear this dress and, you know, WALK at the same time when there is the slightest wind chill factor, it totally blows wide open, showing the world my underpants. Not chic, n’est-ce pas? I’ve been avoiding wearing the dress because I loathe holding the bottom of the dress together with my HANDS all awkwardly when I walk. But it’s gorge. And why should it live a life of punishment inside my closet just because of a little wind?
Enter Miss Oops Mishap Tape ($7 for a pack of 36). This double-sided apparel tape is PERFECT for adhering the dress together so I can relax. It’s also divine for keeping plunging necklines from being too naughty. Luckily, Daneen had some on hand for me to borrow before I interviewed the dead sexy Tommy Dunn in my somewhat low-cut Ali Ro dress.
Wardrobe malfunction averted!
Miss Oops Mishap Tape is made from a hypo-allergenic adhesive, Mishap Tape is transparent, super sticky, stretchy and double-sided. This double-sided, disposable apparel tape is perfect for women caught in the midst of a serious fashion mishap.
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It’s not a stupid q. You apply the tape to the inside of the hem where the material gapes open. Does that make sense? It’ll be secured against wind. Hope that helps!
I have a full skirt that I love but have also become afraid to wear for that same reason. I’m not sure I understand how the tape would work for this purpose though. Where do you apply the tape, exactly? Sorry if this is a dumb question but I’m having trouble visualizing how this works, and I so badly want to buy this tape for myself. Thanks so much for your help!