Growing up in a state that was known for it's humidity meant dealing with awfully embarrassing sweat stains underneath my armpits more often than I'd like. No matter how much deodorant I piled on before leaving the house or how cool I tried to keep myself, there was just no way to make it through the day without the pits of my shirt being soaked through. Because of this, finding ways to avoid pit stains was an essential for my style and self confidence.
I can think of so many instances where I've had to throw away a few of my favorite T-shirts because the pits had become so stained. And white shirts were the worst. Once the first sign of a yellow stain appeared on them, there was no way to wear the shirt in public again. I always feel like there's no amount of deodorant that I can put on that would stop the stains from appearing. Even on my sleeveless tops, the sweat stains just find a way to ruin those too. Living in a humid location can be super tough, but these seven tricks to decrease the amount of pit stains that occur can help keep your wardrobe intact.