Broken Neck Story and Halo
Valuable halovest tips from a HaloVeteran
to Wear? Halovest Fashion.
Cut shirts down the shoulder
line and slip them on like a dress. Pull the shirt armhole out one side
first and put your arm through, and then pull the shirt over to the other
armhole, pull it out, and put that arm through. Finally, tuck in the loose
part under the shoulder of the halovest. You can sew buttons onto the shirt
shoulder, but they can get irritating under the halovest – especially since
it rests on the shoulders. The lambs wool (which I affectionately called
"sheepy") keeps from getting dirty by using the T-shirts. A supply of 7
allows them to get washed once a week.
These are great for dress
up events - You want to look your best! They are also fairly easy to put
on, but doing up the buttons can be challenging.
Staying warm will keep your
neck from tensing up. Vests and V-neck sweaters work quite well. Regular
jackets also work well, but you might need a scarf or a shawl if you live
anywhere it gets really cold.
There are some other companies
on the internet that specialize in creating clothing for the HaloVeteran
in training. One such company is "www.speciallyforyou.net", which remakes
clothing to accommodate the halo.
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