Wearing a bag incorrectly or choosing the wrong design can affect the shoulder and neck bones.
Not only is an accessory to enhance style and high applicability, bags can also affect our standing posture and body shape. If you are wondering about choosing a bag that does not cause problems, some of the following tips may help.
PRIORITY BAGS ARE DEALING WITH PEOPLE
With a cross-bag or backpack, the weight of the bag will be evenly distributed over the body, avoiding pressure on a fixed part. Although the longer the strap will increase its effectiveness, it’s annoying that the bag keeps bouncing over and over with every step.
Make sure the strap is adjusted for the best fit, and don’t forget to swap your shoulders from time to time to avoid putting the weight on one shoulder.
CHOOSE THE RANGE OF MEASUREMENT
While capable of making bags look more luxurious and trendy, the leash designs are often heavy and often leave an unsightly mark on the skin. The thin strap also cannot help you “share” the weight of the bag.
Big bands, made from soft materials will be the best choice, helping to reduce pressure on the body, protect skin as well as ensure safety for all items you need in the bag.
CHOOSE THE SUITABLE BAG TYPE
Portable-only bags will cause a lot of trouble for your neck, shoulders, elbows and wrists. To avoid the problem of bones and joints, designing the stomach bag (belt bag), backpack … is the best choice because the weight will be placed on the lower back and lower waist – the body parts are stronger.
In addition, a variety of women’s handbags are designed so that you can both carry it around your shoulder and cross it. Prioritize a bag style that allows you to constantly change the way it is worn so that your hands, shoulders, and wrists can take turns taking a break.
CHECK THE WEIGHT OF THE BAG
Many details such as zipper, rivet as well as main material will make the bag significantly heavier. Meanwhile the maximum weight of the bag should be only 10% of your weight.
For women’s handbags, large size does not mean high applicability. When the bag has ample storage space, you will easily be “tempted” and carry many unnecessary items. In contrast to the compact bag, the number of items will be carefully selected, reducing the weight you have to wear on your body.
CABLE HARD LIGHT SELECTION
If the bag has a solid bottom, multiple internal compartments and a sturdy shape, the weight of the bag and the contents will be distributed evenly. You won’t struggle with the balance.
Prioritize these characteristics when shopping for bags so that you don’t have to “hold yourself” under the weight of your bag and trade your confident gait. The well-structured bag looks cleaner and more elegant than any other design.
TEST BAG BEFORE BUY
Finally, in order to be sure that the bag you’re putting “in sight” doesn’t turn out to be a lavish investment, put it on yourself. Feel the material, weight of the bag, the length of the strap … to be able to assess whether this is the best design for your needs or not.