Fashion Hacks To Rescue Your Clothes

Fashion experiments come along with fashion tragedies. We bring to you some of the popular working hacks, to help you save the beauty of your favorite item.

 

• Are you in hurry today?

Use a Hair Straighteners As a Collar Iron.

 

• Pretty sneakers looking ugly?

Wash sneakers with baking soda, detergent and a toothbrush to liven them up.


• Haha.. Always in hurry?

Hang shirts quickly by sticking your hand through them one by one.


• Sick of woolen pills?

De-Pill Your Clothing Using A Razor.

 

• Spilled your foundation on your favorite shirt?

Use Shaving Foam To Remove Make-Up Stains.

 

• Oops! Just ironed your shirt?

Wait five minutes before putting on clothes you’ve just ironed.

 

• Worried your dark jeans might fade away?

Add distilled vinegar to the last washing cycle to keep the dark color intact.

• Zipper got stuck?

Fix A Zipper With Candle Wax, Crayons, A Pencil Or Nail Polish.

 

• Not a fan of glossy finished leather jackets?

Wear Your Leather Jacket In The Rain To Get That Distressed Look.

• Last night’s hangover cost you your pretty dress? Don’t worry,

White Wine Removes Red Wine.

• Look there’s an oil patch on your jeans?

Talcum Powder Removes Oil Stains.

 

• Feel ashamed of the smell you bring?

Lemon Juice Will Remove Armpit Odours.

• Scared to see a thread from your top?                                                                                                                                                  

Pull On The Fabric Around A Thread To Pull It Back Into Place.

 

• Out of you leather polish?

Moisturise Leather.
 

• Brought loose glasses?

Use Clear Nail Polish To Tighten Sunglasses.

Girlfriend left a mark on your new shirt?

Hairspray Will Remove A Lipstick Stain.

Lazy to wash your jeans so soon?

 Toss it in the freezer to remove the odor.

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Shalini Aryan is contributing to entropy since 1997, currently persuing English honours from Delhi university (as she realised earlier, that purpose of her life isn’t engineering or marriage).

She is a fashion editor at the lucid blogs along with her full time feminist avtaar, seen living a pizza-dependent life while struggling to wake up before 10. She is an ambivert, atheist and a fashion geek. (And a exaggerator)

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Shalini Aryan

Shalini Aryan is contributing to entropy since 1997, currently persuing English honours from Delhi university (as she realised earlier, that purpose of her life isn't engineering or marriage). She is a fashion editor at the lucid blogs along with her full time feminist avtaar, seen living a pizza-dependent life while struggling to wake up before 10. She is an ambivert, atheist and a fashion geek. (And a exaggerator)