Of course, the day you decide to wear said garment will be the day you’ll inevitably sleep through your alarm and be forced to sprint several blocks for the bus, or the humidity will be off the scale, or you’ll have a particularly nerve-wracking day at work.
Whatever it happens to be, the result is always the same: sweat patches.
If it’s any consolation, absolutely everybody experiences this — Caitlin Stasey is no different. The Aussie actress recently Instagrammed the evidence, having “ruined” what looks to be a lovely red blouse:
So yeah, there’s absolutely no need to feel self-conscious about sweating.
What’s frustrating, however, is that sweat has the power to leave lasting marks on your favourite clothes, especially if those clothes happen to be white.
Somewhat ironically, the substance that helps to ward it off — deodorant — can also stain. What gives?
If you’re sick of your sweat glands wreaking havoc in your wardrobe, you have two options:
1. You can resort to wearing black every day for the rest of your life, although you’d probably have to ditch the deo (because: white marks).
2. Learn some handy tips to get those stains the hell away from your armpits.