Sometimes we need to wear or use certain things that will improve our health. Perhaps glasses will improve your vision, or you are having braces fitted to straighten out your teeth. Maybe you have issues with your feet, and orthopedic shoes have been recommended.
Now, these items may not sound all that appealing to you. However, you can still use and wear each in a fashionable way. None of them have to ruin your style; in fact, some can even enhance it. Want to know more? Just read on…
Need to wear glasses? Find a pair that suit your face.
So, you need some support with your eyesight and need to start wearing glasses. Don’t worry! There are so many different shapes, sizes, and designs of glasses these days. You are sure to find some that you love and feel comfortable in. Round frames, oval frames or square frames? Black arms, white arms or colored arms? The choice is endless. Try on lots of different pairs to see firstly which you find the most comfortable. Then whittle it down to the ones you like the look of. There are various places online that can help you find out which shape will suit your face shape and facial features the best. Alternatively, if you are still dead set against them, discuss the possibility of contact lenses with your optician. They may be more expensive in the long run, however, but this will depend if you get a permanent pair or ones you dispose of daily.
Need to wear orthopedic shoes? Fashionable ones exist!
Orthotic-friendly shoes and fashionable shoes do go together. Yes, you can find fashionable orthotic-friendly footwear out there! Whether you like to wear boots, sandals or just straight shoes, searching online is a good starting point. Wearing orthopedic shoes means you are looking after your body, posture, feet and so much more. Not only that, but they also won’t hurt or damage your feet the way some other shoes can. Our feet and our ability to walk are so important, why treat your feet to anything less?
Need to wear braces? Go for white wires!
It could be that you have asked your Dentist to fit you braces because you want to improve the look of your teeth. Or, it could be that your Dentist has recommended to you that you have them fitting. Either way, braces don’t have to conjure up images of ‘metal mouth’ and other nasty schoolyard terms. The look of braces has come a long way in recent years. You can now get the wire part in a specific color, rather than just metal gray. Going for white wire will help your braces stand out less, and blend into your teeth. You may not even be able to see you are wearing them from a distance, or on pictures. Do be aware, though, that the coating that makes the wire white can sometimes make the wire slip off. If this happens, you’ll need to get them re-fitted. See how you manage with them to begin with, and speak to your Dentist again if you are having problems.