13 Fashion Tricks That Will Change Your Life For The Better
Nothing is worse than a wardrobe malfunction. Use these hacks to keep your fashion game on point, always.
Follow these simple steps thanks to the College Prepster to get the perfect JCrew look every time!
Love thrifting but hate the smell? Give your favorite vintage finds a freshening up with this homemade spray from plain vodka and essential oils!
3. Prevent sweat stains with pantiliners
Avoid unsightly stains in your favorite shirts with a simple pantiliner under the arms.
Ditch the dangerous razor method for another item you probably already own, a pumice stone! Carefully rubbing out pills will work the same way here, just be careful not to rub too hard and rip a hole.
If you can't quite fit a garment bag on your next business flight, try this tricky folding method to prevent the most wrinkles in your jackets while traveling.
Embrace the low-back dresses and ditch the awkward sticky bras with this simple hack to create a handy converter to keep your band down low. And the best part? You can use the elastic strap on any bra you own.
No need for fancy (expensive) stain removers when you have hand sanitizer or hair spray on hand. This blogger swears by both methods to remove these ink stains completely!
If you're like me and have dyed one two many articles of clothing blue from new jeans, try this simple soaking technique to remove the blue!
Give all your tees a comfortable, vintage feel with this washing method.
We all know that you can help prevent a full run with a bit of clear nail polish, but before you get there spritz your favorite tights with a coat of hairspray to protect them. And, bonus, it'll help prevent any static clinging as well!
11. Use a pencil eraser for an earring back in a pinch
Lose the back of your earring but don't want to forego their addition to your outfit? Fashion a makeshift back out of a rubbery pencil eraser!
A fresh dryer sheet will do the trick, but for easier removal, save one that has already been used to take out pesky stains in no time.
Carefully blot shaving cream on liquid foundation stains to bring your top back to wearable status after a makeup mishap.