The unusual celebrities of $ 8 items are dressed on the red carpet to prevent wardrobe malfunction

But a stylist had a useful trick for ladies who wanted to avoid the dreaded sweat stains that suggested that an $ 8 pad could solve this potential concern (Margot Robbie in the photo)

No more uncomfortable sweat patches! The unusual celebrities of $ 8 items are dressed on the red carpet to avoid unsightly underarm spots

  • Being on a red carpet is generally quite a stressful experience for celebrities
  • And when women wear a long-sleeved dress they run the risk of sweat stains
  • Stylist Britt Theodora said that an easy solution is to use shoulder pads or liners for fastener cups
  • They can be sewn in the armpit area to absorb unwanted sweat

Matilda Rudd for Daily Mail Australia

Award ceremonies are as stressful and distressing as they are exciting.

For those women who wear short high heels and short heels, it is a constant battle between serene looking and avoiding wardrobe malfunction in front of the spectators on the red carpet.

But a stylist had a useful trick for ladies who wanted to avoid the dreaded sweat stains, the most unpleasant of situations in the spotlight, suggesting that an $ 8 pad could solve this possible concern.

But a stylist had a useful trick for ladies who wanted to avoid the dreaded sweat stains that suggested that an $ 8 pad could solve this potential concern (Margot Robbie in the photo)

But a stylist had a useful trick for ladies who wanted to avoid the dreaded sweat stains that suggested that an $ 8 pad could solve this potential concern (Margot Robbie in the photo)

Britt Theodora spoke with Who What Wear about celebrities using shoulder pads or cups that are inside the lining of a bath top as a quick fix.

"They're a great last-minute thing to add if a customer is worried about sweat in the armpits and there's not enough time to go to a clothing store," he told the publication.

"The shape can easily fit under the armpit and you can always cut it so that it has the correct shape."

Britt Theodora spoke with Who What Wear about celebrities wearing shoulder pads or the cups that are inside the lining of a bath top as a quick fix (Georgia Fowler and Shanina Shaik in the photo)

Britt Theodora spoke with Who What Wear about celebrities wearing shoulder pads or the cups that are inside the lining of a bath top as a quick fix (Georgia Fowler and Shanina Shaik in the photo)

Britt Theodora spoke with Who What Wear about celebrities wearing shoulder pads or the cups that are inside the lining of a bath top as a quick fix (Georgia Fowler and Shanina Shaik in the photo)

Britt Theodora spoke with Who What Wear about celebrities wearing shoulder pads or the cups that are inside the lining of a bath top as a quick fix (Georgia Fowler and Shanina Shaik in the photo)

Britt Theodora spoke with Who What Wear about celebrities wearing shoulder pads or the cups that are inside the lining of a bath top as a quick fix (Georgia Fowler and Shanina Shaik in the photo)

The trick is particularly useful for silk fabrics that show moisture easily, but are less useful when dealing with shorter sleeves or white dresses.

The trick is particularly useful for silk fabrics that show moisture easily, but are less useful when dealing with shorter sleeves or white dresses.

The trick is particularly useful for silk fabrics that show moisture easily, but are less useful when dealing with shorter sleeves or white dresses.

The trick is particularly useful for silk fabrics that show moisture easily, but are less useful when it comes to shorter sleeves or white dresses.

However, it will have to be quite manageable with a sewing machine, since the stylists ensure that the pads are held with a needle and thread.

Other ways to reduce sweat are choosing a "breathable" fabric such as cotton and using pastel colors on neon varieties.

For $ 12 you can buy & shields for sweat & # 39; They work in the same way as the pads, but they are designed to be more absorbent (Jessica Hart in the photo)

For $ 12 you can buy & shields for sweat & # 39; They work in the same way as the pads, but they are designed to be more absorbent (Jessica Hart in the photo)

For $ 12 you can buy & shields for sweat & # 39; They work in the same way as the pads, but they are designed to be more absorbent (Jessica Hart in the photo)

For $ 12 you can buy & shields for sweat & # 39; They work in the same way as pads, but are designed to be more absorbent.

Otherwise, some women swear by men's deodorants as the panacea for the problem.

On the red carpet, sometimes it's better to do what the models do and opt for black, which most of the time will not show the marks at all.

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