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6 Ways To Fix Common Wardrobe Malfunctions

It happens to most of us all the time. Yo have got an important meeting and suddenly your hem falls out or a button falls off in the worst possible place. We come from a very conservative society, henceforth; no one wants to be judged for a fashion mistake that happened accidentally. Here are some tips that can help you fix those.

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1. Paper Clip Your Zipper

If you’ve pulled off a zipper pulling on your jacket, use a paper clip or key ring as a temporary fix. It might not look amazing, but it’ll get the job done until you can get a more permanent solution.

2. Carry A Stain Remover

Purchase a stain remover and keep it in your bag, desk drawer, or car. You never know when you might need them, and they’re worth having just in case. Sprinkle baby powder to remove oil stains.

3. Fix A Hem With Double-Sided Tape

Hems come undone from time to time, but you can fix them on the go quickly and easily. If you’re in the office, ask around for some double-sided tape to quickly fix your pants.Β  You can also use a few safety pins to put your hem back together.

4. Secure Buttons With Clear Nail Polish

To prevent buttons from falling off, use clear nail polish to help secure them. This will keep the thread from unraveling. Β You can also use a twist tie to temporarily attach a button back on.

5. Polish Scuffed Shoes With Improvisation

If your shoes are scuffed up, but you don’t have any polish handy, you can always use bananas or Vaseline to remove the scuffs. Use the inside of the banana peel, and then wipe with a paper towel.

6. Stick Your Skirt Down With Moisturizer

When the weather gets dry and windy, our clothes get close and clingy, to prevent the cling from happening, ball up tinfoil in the washer, use fabric softener, or a dryer sheet. If static cling is causing your skirt to ride up, dab some moisturizer on your legs.

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