I finally managed to take off the kaftan and decided to put up the pics to illustrate my ordeal – that’s my excuse for the delayed post and I’m sticking to it! Meanwhile, I must warn you that if the pics in my last post were too revealing or disturbing then look away now. (Contains mild nudity and is not meant for readers who’ve never seen men in the swimming pool either on TV or in real life).
Why don’t fashion designers incorporate the zipper into these kaftans???
Zip on kaftan = That’ll make it a dress…
Besides now you know what girls that put on skinny jeans go through
Waaaaaaait a second, I thought skinny jeans could stretch… #smartypants (no pun intended, lol)
Lolol. Sadly, I can say I know what this feels like. I have been trapped in my cloth before…lol
Well, this will be a first of many I’m afraid. I just love the fitted look and all of a sudden have this urge to throw out all my seemingly baggy clothes 🙁
Good luck holmes.
Part 2 seems much easier than part 1. I’ll say taking it off was a piece of cake.
It does help if you’re not sweaty or sticky though.
Pulling off(PT 2) seems less tedious.
It is actually. No need for a second party lol
Harry Houdini could have learned a thing or two from you. Extreme escapology!
Lol. Houdini’s got nothing on me!
I am still chuckling at the photos 🙂
Please tell your designer that attaching an invisible zipper in a concealed position such as the side seam would have given your kaftan some wearing ease.
Thanks. I’ll pass on the tip and hope for a better squeeze next time 😀