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How To: Fold a shirt in 3.2 seconds

Here is a quick and easy way to fold a T-shirt in less than 5 seconds, all in one quick motion. Laying your shirt down on a table or flat surface, simply pinch your shirt with your left hand about halfway down the line of one of your sleeves. Crossing over with your other hand, grab the shirt by the collar and pick up the shirt. After laying down the shirt, you should have a perfectly folded shirt in one quick motion. This technique should be very useful if you ever want to fold your laundry ...

How To: Choose a wedding dress neckline for your body type

Spring and summer are the prime seasons for weddings, which in turn means loads of brides searching for the perfect flattering wedding dress. But while some designer wedding dresses look great on the rack and maybe on pin-thin models, finding the right wedding dress for you means taking into account your body shape.

How To: Stretch a pair of shoes with a two-way shoe stretcher

Have a pair of shoes that are a bit too tight in terms of length and width but which are otherwise perfect? With a two-way shoe stretcher, this problem is easily resolved. And this handy cobbler's guide presents an easy-to-follow overview of how to use one. For more information, and to get started expanding your own shoes with a two-way shoe expander tool, give this tutorial a look.

How To: Remove ink stains from clothing

It can be very difficult when trying to remove ink stains from pieces of clothing. There are many different ways to help remove the stain, but each one works differently. So in this helpful tutorial, you'll find out one way to helping remove ink stain on your clothing. So check it out and good luck!

How To: Style a scarf cowl knot

Learn how to style a scarf into the cowl knot. Susan Wagner shows you the ins and outs of scarf-tying with her fashionable pink scarf. The cowl knot is a basic knot that can be used for scarves. For days when you're wearing a scarf for WARMTH, not just for fun.

How To: Sew a zipper front dress inspired by Max Azria

First of all you need some basic tools like sewing machine, scissors, pins, ruler, measuring tape and thread. You also need a printed knit of size 1.5 yard or 1.4 meters ad a separating zipper of size 18 inches or 46 cm. First you have to start by making the straps and bodice. Cut off two rectangles those measures from the top of your bust to the bottom of your bust. The length should be enough to go all the way around your upper half. Place these two rectangle pieces together. Now separate y...

How To: Tie a scarf like a Parisian

Parisians often wear beautiful scarves. They look chic, and keep you warm. The first way to wear it is the European loop. Double the scarf in half and loop then loose end though the loops. Second, you can loop the scarf around your neck then loop the end though the wrap. Third idea is to wrap the scarf around the neck twice then pull the loose end through the loop. This creates a very warm bundle around the neck. With a large square scarf you can fold it into a triangle and tie it around the ...

How To: Wear a full formal kilt outfit with accessories

In this tutorial, we learn how to wear a full formal kilt outfit with accessories. You will need: socks, garters, shoes, kilt, sporran, kilt pin, jacket, vest, and knife. First, put your socks on, then wear the garter around the sock, folding the top of the sock over the top of the garter. After this, put your shoes on, by lacing them up to the top of the socks. Next, open your kilt and wrap it around your wait. The strap should go through the buckle, then through the hole in the strap. Secur...

How To: Undo a bra while under clothing

In this video, Kezza shows us how to undo a bra under clothing. This can help when you're unable to go underneath a shirt to unclasp the bra. First, you need to find the bra clasps on the back middle of the bra. After this, take your thumb and middle/index fingers and grab both sides of the clasps. Once you grab these, squeeze them together until you feel the clasps coming undone. It may take longer if there is more than one clasp. One you squeeze them and they are undone, that's all you need...

How To: Avoid visible panty lines

Don't let your panties give you a bubble butt; there are a half-dozen ways to avoid unsightly underwear lines. You will need any of the following: panties in your skin tone, a thong, microfiber panties, boy-leg briefs, boxer shorts pants patches and a body shaper. Don't embarrass yourself. Never let those panty lines show again.

How To: Measure for a custom tailored dress shirt

In this tutorial, we learn how to measure for a custom tailored dress shirt. All you need is a flexible measuring tape. First, take your tape measure, and wrap it around the neck, then add 1/4". To measure the chest, wrap the tape measure under the armpit and over the blades of the shoulders. You will go across the nipple line with this measurement. When you do the waist measurement, you want to go around the widest part of the midsection. Take your tape measure and don't squeeze around the w...

How To: Turn your scarf into an "infinity scarf"

An infinity scarf is worn a specific way: around the neck in an elegant way. In this video, learn how to turn one of your long scarves into an infinity scarf by drapping and wrapping it a certain way. Look stylish in the cold with a faux infinity scarf!

How To: Dress like a geek

In this video, we learn how to dress chic like a geek! Dressing like a geek is becoming one of the hottest ways to dress! Some of the modern geek fashions are shirts with binary on them, old school video game shirts, geek shirts and many others. You can visit websites including ThinkGeek, which has a section dedicated to geek clothing. They also have shirts that relate to computer geek information and talk. Zeestuff is an apparel site that has game wear apparel for gaming geeks. There are als...

How To: Sew a peekaboo dress for a child

Making your child's clothing can be a great way to save money and stay up on the latest trends. This two part sewing tutorial gives you detailed instructions of how to begin construction of a versatile pinafore dress made in all manner of designs. This dress can be worn in all seasons, whether by itself in the summer or with a smart jacket or cardigan in the winter. Watch this how to video and you will be able to sew this pretty peekaboo dress for your little girl.

How To: Make a Hooded Cape

Hey, cosplayers, costume lovers, theater actors! Been trying to find a awesome hooded cape that wont break your pocketbook? Why buy when you can make one? It's so easy to do! Adjust the color or length to go with your look and embellish it with extras to get the look you are going for! Total time 20-40 minutes. Total cost $10-$15.

How To: Make a pirate bandana like Jack Sparrow

Arrr matey, it's getting a little drafty in here! Time to tie up a pirate bandanna to keep yer head warm! This simple how to show's you how to make a pirate banana just like the one Jack Sparrow wore in Pirates of the Caribbean. This is simple to do, costs almost nothing and is essential for creating your own pirate costume. You'll need a 2ft by 2ft square of light cloth. Walk to plank and watch the video! Arrr!

How To: Create a bigger butt and hips using foam

Seldom does a woman want to increase her butt and waist size, but for those who work in theater, a big butt may just be a requirement for a role. However, faux butts and hips will generally rob your wallet of quite a steep amount of money, so why not make them yourself?

How To: Make Greecian toga costume

All hail Caesar, it's costume time! OK, if you're a woman, or a girl and you're looking to make a cool toga costume, look no further as this video will show you what you need. Basically you'll want some white fabric, either cotton or satin or whatever you have in your sewing box. You'll need some rope, twine or ribbon to make the belt. Follow the steps to wrap the fabric and tuck it into a tube top to hold it, then use your belt to complete the girl toga costume. Toga! Toga! Toga!

How To: Traditionally fold a bandana

In this tutorial, we learn the proper way to fold a bandana. This is a traditional way, not a rapper or gangster style. First, lay the bandana flat and make sure there are no creases in it. Next, fold the bandana into one big triangle. After you've done this, fold the top point down and keep folding down until you've made a large and thin rectangle. Now, flip it over and you can tie the bandana around your head. Tie it in the back of your head and place it across your forehead, now you've got...

How To: Make a Japanese obi belt

In this DIY clothes making tutorial, learn how to make a Japanese Obi belt, perfect to add to any little black dress. Traditionally, Obi refers to various Japanese belts and sashes used for attire such as formal kimonos and martial arts uniforms. Obi’s are often worn with kimonos to secure the robe in place as well for the purpose of decoration. In this tutorial, learn step-by-step how to make an Obi belt in the comfort of your own home.

How To: Tie a tie for a woman

Linda shows us how to easily tie a tie for a woman. To tie a tie: Start with the wide end of your necktie on the right. make sure that it is longer than the one with narrow end. Then cross the wide end over the narrow end. Turn the wide end back underneath the narrow end. Do steps 2 and 3 thrice. Then, pull the wide end up and through the loop around your neck. Hold the front of the knot loosely with your index finger and bring the wide end down through the front loop. Lastly, remove your fin...

How to Tie your shoes: 15 different shoelace styles

Looking to get super creative with your shoelaces? In this video, fifteen different shoelace styles are gone over with diagram as to how they were done. Such styles include the checkerboard, the double back, loop back, sawtooth, riding bow, twistie, lattice style, footbag, ladder, bushwalk, bi-color, display, hidden knot, and the zipper style. Use two different colored laces when doing these styles to jazz things up!

How To: Wear Converse sneakers with skinny jeans

In this video from carahamelie03 we learn how to wear your Converse with skinny jeans. First make sure your Converse are laced the right way. The laces should go up and through the holes downward toward the shoe. Unlace the first two holes on both shoes. Wear socks that go decently far up so the Converse won't push your socks down. Put your foot in the shoe and fold the bill down towards your toes and tie the laces under the bill. tuck the bow into the side of your shoe. If it's too tight, ma...

How To: Make an oversized bow fashion accessory

In this tutorial, we learn how to make an over-sized fashion bow fashion accessory. First, take your fabric and cut it to the desired size you want the bow to be. Cut this in a square shape at first, then sew the sides of the square. Then, fold this in half and pull in the middle of the square. Cut this in the middle to make a hole. Then, turn this inside out and push out the edges. Put an additional square of fabric around the square in the middle, then shape it out to be a cute bow to wear ...

How To: Make ripped, distressed, and destroyed jeans

To begin, you will need a pair of jeans, a cheese grater, a book, and sandpaper. Vigorously rub the sandpaper across the jeans where you want to rip them. Slide the book down the pant leg until it's between the fabrics of where you're working. Continue to sand like crazy. Then take your cheese grater and do the same thing that you did with the sandpaper. You will notice a lot of fading and a small hole will begin to emerge. Use your fingers to tear at the hole until it is the desired size. Th...

How To: Cut a sports jersey or sweats into trendy summer tops

In this video from kandeejohnson we learn how to cut a sports jersey or sweats into trendy summer tops. On a football jersey, she cut the shoulders off, right above the seam. And where there was too much fabric, she folded it and pinned it so it wouldn't hang too low. With a sweatshirt on, look in the mirror and see where you want to cut it. Make snips which will be your mark so you know where to cut. Make a rough cut of it while you are still wearing it. Now take it off and straighten all th...

How To: Wear a beret in 10 different ways

In this tutorial, we learn ten different ways to wear a beret. The first way is to wear the hat with the long side on the forehead going down on the rest of the hair. The next way is to do this same look, except move the hat to the right. Next, place the hat in the middle of the hair with your bands on the side. Next look is in the middle to the left. You can also wear it in the middle with pigtails or to the left or right with pig tails. Wearing with a side pony tail is also another great op...

How To: Distress and crop a jean jacket

In this video, we learn how to distress and crop a jean jacket. First, grab your jean jacket and decide where you want it to be cropped at. You can determine this by putting it on and then marking it at the spot you want to cut it. Measure it a couple of inches from where you want it at, then fold the end inside and sew it closed so it's the correct length. To distress this, you can just leave the ends frayed and not sew them so they are straight. You can also cut off the arms of the jacket t...

How To: Repair zippers without tools

Do you have a fashion emergency? Are you out and about and your zipper just gave in? If you have a skirt that is falling apart as you wear it, or are camping and need to fix a sleeping bag at the last minute, check out this tutorial. In it, you will learn how to repair zippers with no tools or supplies. This is also useful if you do not know how to sew but want to avoid spending money on a tailor. So, don't sacrifice your favorite garments to broken zippers anymore, with this video learn how ...

How To: Identify & spot fake Uggs

Real UGG boots or fake? You can tell if your Uggs are authentic by looking for the authentic sheepskin interior. It should have a creamy color and a full texture. Fake Uggs use an artificial fur interior that is grey in color and feels thin. Real Uggs say they are made in China on the label. Fakes claim to be made in Australia or New Zealand. Check for the registered trademark mark (R) on the sole. Real Uggs have it, fake ones don't. Finally, the uppers on real UGGS meet the sole smoothly, wi...