The other day, my wife found an old dress that had somehow got twisted. She gave it to me to straighten it. After numerous tries, I concluded that it wasn't possible and that it must be by design or a manufacturing defect. The label being off-center supports my 'by design' theory.
But, she swears she has worn it and it used to be perfectly fine. Here is a photo of the top part of the dress. The rest of the dress is absolutely normal and plain.
Topographically, there are 5 holes in the dress. Neck, 2 arms, one at the back and the bottom hole. As you can see, there is a full twist at the top, above the hole for the back.
Is is possible to "untwist" the dress? Or can it be proven that it is by design and it cannot be straightened?