Shopping is fun, and to make it more comfortable, you must be wearing clothes that are easy to move in. Wearing button-down shirts and heels may only add some hassle to your shopping experience. So, before hitting the shops, keep on reading for the essential items you must wear.
- Wear separates if you need to try on just a top or bottom.
If you need to try on just a top or bottom, it’s good to have another garment on so that you can see the piece in context, rather than standing there in front of the dressing room mirror trying to imagine the piece in context, or having to scour the store for a top or bottom to try the garment on with which sometimes they may have nothing that you like or fits you. Like fashion blogger Janni Deler, you may simply go for a comfortable off shoulder top and cut-off denim shorts. Or, look effortlessly cool like Darya Kamalova, wearing your favorite graphic tee with wide leg pants.
- Wear clothes that are easy to take off and put on.
If you’re going to look for a dress, remember that you’ll be getting in and out of the dressing room multiple times, so you need clothes that are easy to take off and put on. Though jeans are the most effortless piece, they’re not the easiest garment to try on clothes with. Like fashion blogger Emily Jackson, you may resort to shift dresses that require no buttoning or belting to keep your shopping easier. Or, look sporty chic with an off shoulder top teamed with comfortable leggings and sneakers like Janni Deler did.
- Wear your best nude underwear or a white or black cami.
Skip wearing your colorful underwear and instead stick to neutral shades, so your bra color won’t distract you from the clothes you are assessing. Like fashion blogger Jennifer Grace, you may also go for bralettes that look sexy when worn with tank tops, shorts, and jeans, which will add some sexy statement to your looks while going shopping.
- Wear comfortable, but easy to take off and put on shoes.
You’ll be getting in and out of them, having to buck or lace things up gets tiring pretty quickly. So, skip those shoes with lace and buckles as they won’t be comfortable for you. Instead, stick to slip-on sneakers, ballet flats, Chelsea boots, and even slides that will make your shopping comfortable and easy.
- Make sure your jewelry doesn’t snag easily.
Earrings and necklaces, bangles, and bracelets can all get caught as you’re dressing. Instead of worrying that you might lose them, leave them at home or stick to small stud earrings that can look chic yet easy. Also, think of a hands free handbag like a backpack. When you’re picking up coat hangers, carrying clothes and bags, having a bag that doesn’t require one hand makes it that much more pleasant an experience. By heeding these tricks, you’ll be able to make your shopping effortless and functional.