Unless you’re a pro at finding the best deals for cute clothes, shopping can be expensive. But thankfully there are plenty of fashion tips and hacks for giving you an awesome wardrobe and making your clothes last the longest they can.
I love clothes and I’ve had pieces that have lasted as long as nine years that people still compliment to this day. How? Well I find the best ways to keep it lasting or repurpose it. And below are some awesome sources for fashion tips you can apply to your own wardrobe to keep things looking fresh and cute.
10 Clothing Hacks Every Woman Should Know
Place permanent double sided tape (fashion tape) in between the buttons where the gap appears. Sadly removable double sided tape won’t stay (I know, I was hoping to go the slightly cheaper route too).
All you have to do is remember to remove it before putting the garment into the washer and dryer (heat from the dryer will make the residue adhere itself to your clothing).
Extra Awesome Fashion Tips and Hacks from Home Stories!
Hate deodorant marks on dark clothing? Me too. But there’s a hack for that… and it doesn’t cost money. All you have to do is take a part of the inside of your clothing and rub it on the outside of your outfit (where the deodorant mark is) and just like that it’s gone! Nothing too crazy.
Check out more clothing hacks from Home Stories here!
15 Clever Clothing Hacks (That Will Rescue Your Wardrobe)
The Krazy Coupon Lady has found even more ways for you to save money, but this time it’s not at the store. They’ve found hacks for you to repair and improve your clothes without a hassle. No need to buy a whole new wardrobe when you can save money and follow a few of these tips.
Get rid of armpit stains with lemon juice and baking soda. Both are natural bleachers and easy to use. All you have to do is squeeze a lemon (or lemon juice from a bottle) and water onto the stain and rub it in. Or to get out a tougher stain, you can create a baking soda and water paste and apply it to the armpit stain. Then just let it sit for around an hour and toss it into the washing machine. It’s as simple as that!
Have makeup stains on some of your awesome clothing? Easy, just apply some shaving cream before washing.
If you have a cute-shoes-but-too-tight-for-my-feet problem, all you have to do is wear large socks while blow drying the area that’s too tight.
Get more cool fashion tips and hacks from The Krazy Coupon Lady here!
31 DIY Hacks for Fixing Ruined Clothes
For oil stains that are still there after a wash, this is an easy fix. All you have to do is take a small piece of cardboard and place it on the other side of the the clothing (where the oil stain is), and spray WD-40. Then put some baking soda over the wet area (more than you think you’ll need) and rub it in with a toothbrush (old or new) for a couple minutes. Dust off the baking soda into a sink and repeat once more. Then dust it off again, put some Dawn dish soap on it and throw it in the wash. Done.
De-wrinkle spray for clothing is apparently a thing now. All you need is 1 tsp of conditioner, 1 Tbsp of white vinegar, and 2 cups of water. Put all of the ingredients into a spray bottle (which you can get pretty cheap at the store), shake and put it on a mist setting. Lightly spray wrinkled areas, lay it down smoothed, and let it dry for a little bit (should just be damp). Then you’re ready to go!
Check out more fashion tips and hacks from DIY Joy here!
Shoe Hacks for Happy Feet
Since I like shoes, I love this infographic. There are some awesome hacks here like using a toothbrush dipped in vinegar to remove water damage from leather. Or even using a wine bottle to hold up long boots so they don’t get weird kinks.
Check out more fashion tips from Mental Floss here!
13 Life Hacks Every Girl Should Know
Her Campus has found some awesome life hacks for clothing (and a few other things as well). Whether that’s removing red wine stains with white wine or even hanging purses in your closet using shower curtain hangers (which are pretty cheap), they’ve got some awesome stuff covered.
Check out the rest of their life hacks here!
30 Ways to Transform Jeans
Buzzfeed seems to cover every topic under the sun, seriously. And when it comes to beauty and fashion tips, they’ve got it down. And with this post, they’ve definitely got jeans down.
I’ve been wanting this ombre look (as shown above) for quite some time now, and they’ve found the DIY instructions for it. They also have some cute tutorials for making your jeans look like a galaxy, also giving your jean shorts some cute lace, oh and there are some super cute stencil designs.. Just go check it out dang it!
41 Easy No-Sew Clothing Hacks
Again, Buzzfeed comes to the rescue to make our style that much easier. With these no-sew hacks like cutting down the middle of a shirt to make a cardigan (using hem tape to make a straight line), or creating a super cute infinity scarf from a t-shirt, you’ll have plenty of wardrobe upgrades.
Check out more no-sew clothing hacks from buzzfeed here!
16 Hacks That Will Keep Your Clothing Looking Good
When I buy clothes, I intend to keep them looking as good as they can for as long as possible. And with these hacks, I can do just that. Seriously, just knowing them has saved me money.
A Few Awesome Fashion Tips and Hacks For Your Clothes!
Keep your dark wash jeans dark by adding distilled vinegar in the wash. When I buy jeans, I buy dark jeans (preferably black). They go with everything.. until they start to fade. Thankfully there’s a hack for that.
Wait a few minutes before putting on freshly ironed clothing. When they cool down, the smoothness will set in, and you’ll be wrinkle free for the rest of the day.
Use vodka and an essential oil to get rid of smells on your outfits. The vodka has well.. It has enough alcohol in it that it helps to disinfect your clothing, and the essential oil gives it that awesome scent.
Read more awesome fashion tips from OMG Facts here. Link goes to homepage now; the post no longer exists.
16 Best Laundry Hacks of All Time
The Krazy Coupon Lady may not have made a post on saving money at the store, but they’ve still made an awesome post on laundry hacks that will help save you time and money at home.
Never lose another sock again by washing them in a mesh laundry bag. Then they’ll be easier to pair up once done.
Make your own laundry detergent pods and save $73 a year (fun DIY project?).
Dry clothes faster by putting a clean dry towel in the dryer with the rest of your clothes. If you’re in a hurry, this one is great. The towel will quickly soak up a lot of the water and dry your clothes faster.
Use aluminum foil instead of a dryer sheet. Dryer sheets have bad chemicals in them and by using foil, you can still cut out the static while saving money (since it’s reusable).
Read more awesome laundry hacks and fashion tips from The Krazy Coupon Lady here.
Whether you’re trying to save money or you don’t want to give up your favorite old pair of jeans, there are plenty of fashion tips and hacks to choose from. Repurposing has become more fun and the ways you can keep your clothing looking fresh have become easier. It all depends on what look you want or what you’re trying to save.
Now it’s your turn! If you have any awesome fashion tips, email me or let me know in the comments below! I’d love to hear about them!
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Wash your dark jeans inside out – it keeps them from fading. I’ve been doing it for years.
I’ve done this as well Cathy! It’s such great advice because it really does work! 🙂
Another great way to get ink out of clothing is to spray hairspray on it. Then gently rub it into the clothing until it starts to fade. You may have to repeat these steps, depending on how much ink is there.
Thanks for this great tip Nicole! I’ll definitely remember it for next time! 🙂
I have made a zippered pouch for the tin foil as it does get crumbly after a lot of use. It is very easy to then change the tin foil.
I’m no genius but it seems to me like putting aluminum foil in a dryer sounds like a bad idea and fire hazard.
It would seem so Chris, but it turns out that it’s actually quite safe. I did some research on it myself and found it to be a helpful hack that many use. 🙂
What does cause dryer fires is the use of dryer sheets. The chemical builds up in the lint trap and since it’s basically transparent people don’t think about it. It stops the dryer from properly ventilating, causing overheating and possible house fire. Best to wash lint filter about 1 x month with dish soap and a toothbrush. Rinse well and dry.
Thanks for your input Beverly!
It really works.