1. Maintain the sleeves up on a button-cuff shirt
Loop a small clear elastic by the button gap and across the button, then push the sleeves up above the elbow if desired. This works particularly properly on slinkier, drapey materials that don’t normally keep put. Additionally, for when the sleeve cuff change into too tight to push up if you happen to button it the conventional approach – the elastic band retains it collectively however gives stretch proper at that junction!
2. Obtain an easy “pushed up” sleeve look
It is a nice trick in case you have a blazer, sweater or coat with sleeves which might be too outsized or lengthy. It additionally works properly for attaining a laid again, easy look. Merely put a hair elastic round your wrists over the sleeves, tug your sleeve upward from the elbow space and fold / tuck the material over the elastic band to hide it.
3. Safe down an extended belt or purse strap tail
An oldie however goodie – if the tail of your purse strap or belt is lengthy, I like to make use of a small rubber band to safe it and stop it from flapping round. For lighter coloured objects like beige or taupe I exploit clear rubber bands, whereas black works higher for darker coloured items.
4. Twist up a shirt
This trick can both be used on a tee or sweater that’s too lengthy, or just to get extra put on out of a chunk by styling it over a costume. Notice that I don’t suggest this for delicate knits or cashmere.
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