Guess what we do everyday? Lots of things. One of them is wear clothing. Can’t leave home without’em. These tips are so good, you will probably use them everyday and they even will make you think “Wow, what a good idea. Why didn’t think of it before?”. Check them out:
1.Tuck Jeans-legs into Boots
When your jeans-legs are a bit loose or bigger than your boots, well then, tuck them into the inside of your boots.
2.Do-it-Yourself Strap Concealment
This neat little trick solves two annoying problems simultaneously: it keeps your bra strap under wraps and keep your wide shirts and loose blouses from coming off your shoulders. Just get some fabric ribbons and metal-snaps.
3.Brilliant Zipper-Upper-Keeper Trick
Some zippers just keep unzipping by themselves. So put a key-chain-ring onto the handle of your zipper and then put that around the top button of your pants or jeans.
4.Undo the shrinkage
Some clothes really shrink in the hot dryer! Do undo that, just put the shrunk clothes into warm water, mix in baby shampoo, let soak for a few hours, ring out the water, put the damp clothes inside a dry towel and roll of up the towel. The next day, you’ll have unshrunk clothes again.
5.More Layers, Less Dowdiness
It makes you nicely look slimmer. Wear a snug fitted tank top between the first and next layer of shirts or sweaters to keep your tummy looking fit.
6.Jeans Don’t Fit? Stretch’em out!
Make the jeans wet with warm water. Put on the culprits, lots of walking and general moving around a lot until the jeans are more comfortable. To make them longer, again pull them in opposite directions the bottom of the legs and waist.
7.Picking the Right Necklaces
Your choice of a necklace should complement your outfit’s top. Pay special attention to shape and size. Pick the right necklace that fits the contour of your tops’ necklines.
8.De-stain without pain
Wipe away deodorant stains with this tip. Keep some baby wipes at home and keep a packet of baby wipes handy on-the-go. They’re inexpensive, light and easy to use.
9.Fold T-Shirts Horizontally
This helps you find your t-shirts more easily and uses less space. Be sure to put your shirts with design-front face up.
10.Stretching Shoes Without the Stress
Get some sturdy zip-lock bags filled with plain water that will fit inside your shoes. Be sure to take the air out of the bags. Place the bags of water in your shoes and put all of it into your freezer for a day.
11.Reuse an Oldie-but-Goodie
For some retro-fashionable leg warmers, arm cuffs, arm bracelets or whatever you can think of, cut off a length of a sleeve of an old sweater. Turn an antique unused garment into magnifique magic.
12.Spray Away Sweat Stains
Got some colorful yet unwanted stains in your clothes? Yeah, doesn’t everybody. Put some lemon juice and water into a spray bottle and spray the afflicted items, or put them into a container of the lemon+water before washing them.
13.Put a Twist or Two Into Your Belt
Experiment with these awesome belt knots. Do a few loops of the belt around itself, and it will look quite intriguing.
14.Soften Some T-Shirts
Mix some salt and water together until the salt has dissolved. Then, simply soak your cotton shirts in there for about 72 hours, wash normally and the shirts will be as soft as new.
15.Cap Toe Shoes Without the Capping Cost
Spruce up some old drab dress shoes. You can put any color you want onto the front tip of your pair, even gold or silver or whatever color you can get your hands on. Be sure to cover the rest of the shoe with newspaper.
16.Fold Lingerie Better
Fold long items by length wise (horizontally) and then gently roll them up into a cylinder shape. Maybe tuck the item into a the cups of a folded bra. You can also fold some items into small squares. Experiment a little.
17.Be Smarter Without Water in Your Shoes
Canvas and other fabric shoes are great because they are light and let your feet “breathe.” Waterproof them with a coating or two of beeswax. It’s safe and costs less than fancy products from shoe sections of department stores.
18.Double Hangers Handy for Clothes
You know those funny tabs from the tops of soda-pop cans? Yeah, well, you can actually use them for something in your closet. You can use them to make an extension of hanger for another hanger. It saves space too.
19.Prevent Damage of Panty-hose
Spray down your panty hose and other fragile thin leggings with aerosol hair spray to prevent runs and rips in them.
20.Cute Needle-and-Thread Work
When you got a rip in your clothes, you can patch it up quite beautifully. Just grab a patch of durable fabric, affix it with a few strips of iron-on-adhesive and then with needle and thread, you can sew in some pretty figures or patterns around the rip. Voilà!
21.Oh My Gosh! Gum!
Got some gewy food stuck on your clothing? Well the, get some ice and chill that gum spot until brittle and then chip it away with spoon. You could also put the garment into a freezer.
You can use Moleskin to mend some garments. It is strips of a kind of fabric which have one sticky side.
23.Tights Under Jeans
Wow! How cute and kind sexy too! Got some ripped jeans you don’t want to mend? Then put on some pretty tights or leggings first, and then the jeans.
24. Lint Balls
Those pesky lint balls buildup on fuzzy fabric clothes. Get a rough item like sandpaper or a flat stone and rub the clothes and get a sticky lint roller to roll away the lint.
25.Revitalizing Leather Boots
Salt stains and other stains often show up on leather footwear. Wash with warm water and mild soap. Rinse with water plus clear vinegar mixture. Wipe dry. Rub in some hair conditioner. Wipe dry again. Spray on waterproofing product. Let stand for several hours before wearing.
26.Tie a Scarf Different Ways
Make some cool looking and lasting knot designs in your scarf to give it a new style.
27.No Whining About Wine Stains
When you’re entertaining yourself and others with some classy red wine, and some spills on your white clothes, be sure to have some white wine handy.
28.Hang Clothes Faster Like a Pro
First, put the clothes you want to hang up over one arm, and hold the hanger in that hand, and then slip each article of clothing from the arm over and on the hanger. Bam! You’ll save hours of time hanging shirts and blouses.
29.Cuff Yourself Better!
When wearing a long-sleeved shirt, you can fold, roll and bunch up the cuffs to look cool and keep your arms even cooler.
30.Repair the Hoody Strings
Even when you tie knots into each end of the hoody string, it can slip out. Get a plastic drinking-straw, put that in the string-whole of the hoody and slip the string into the straw. Or affix a safety-pin to the end of the string and push that into the string-whole.
31.Hang Trousers Tidily
Get savvy with this “savile row fold.” It will nicely keep your pants from falling off the hanger and looking great too.