Yes, I’ve had a few umbrellas that I had to wrestle to the ground in strong winds!
I’m also trying to think of stuff NOT on that list so let’s see:
1. Underwire bras - the wire works loose and then stabs the wearer OR the underwires cause blistering along their path OR some styles of underwire bras for more developed women are sometimes too wide (the manufacturer believes that along with development there is an additional height spurt) so the wire gouges into the armpit or into the upper arm!
2. Clothing woven with latex which causes caustic blistering to the skin beneath clearly outlining the full span of the garment itself.
3. Designs so densely staved/boned .... not all are corsets but most are: http://www.kitsch-slapped.com/2009/11/what-if-everything-you-knew-about-the-corset-was-wrong/
Corsets and tight lacing are said to have controlled women to their physical detriment; corsets have been blamed for breathing problems, broken ribs, curvature of the spine, hunchbacks, prolapsed uterus, miscarriages, hysteria and other mental illness, fainting spells, epilepsy, and even fatalities. Supposedly, in 1859, a 23 year old Parisian woman at a ball was “proved to be the envy of all with her thirteen inch waist; two days later she was found dead.”
4. Cincher belts that replace corsets can be a problem unless they are extremely elastic.
5. Very long neck scarves that can get caught in machinery OR by the hands of an enemy?