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How To: Wear an American Apparel Le Sac dress (The Classic)

Sure, this dress is just a few pieces of fabric, but it's amazing what just a couple pieces can do for your wardrobe. Try wearing the Le Sac dress the Classic way. It's chic and easy, and only requires three steps. It's just one of the many ways the Le Sac dress from American Apparel can be worn. There's at least TWELVE styles that you can use to create a new look with the same dress for everyday of the week. You'll never have to worry about closet space again.

How To: Wear an American Apparel Le Sac dress (art deco look)

One of American Apparel's most famous articles of clothing for women is their Le Sac dress, which is no ordinary dress. It's simplistic look mocks it ingenious design, which can be shaped, formed, mutated, tie, and tucked in at least TWELVE different ways to create a different dress for each day of the week. The Architectural Mini look is just one of the ways to style it, and this video shows you exactly that. Use this art deco style for a sexy, architectural inspired halter look.

How To: Wear a square scarf

Cate Adair shows us ways to wear a square scarf in this tutorial. The first way to wear this is the classic, which you will wrap the scarf around your hair and wear sunglasses. The next way to wear it is to fold it around your neck, with a jacket over it, to keep you warm during cold months. You can also double wrap the scarf around you, letting the triangle side lay on the front of your shirt. This can be a fun statement with many different outfits, no matter what you are wearing. Wear acces...

How To: Paint a pair of high heel shoes

In this tutorial, we learn how to paint a pair of high heels with Anne. You will need: paints, varnishes, paintbrushes, pencils, pen, designs, scissors, sticky tape, and carbon paper. First you will need to paint both of your heels with a solid color, doing two base coats. Next, pick out a design you like and cut it out with carbon paper and tape it to the heels with sticky tape. Make sure to place the carbon paper facing down. Next, use your pen to trace the pattern along the heel. Now use a...

How To: Stretch out a pair of shoes using a Ziploc bag & water

Break in a pair of pinchy shoes without breaking the bank in the process. This clip demonstrates how to use a water-filled Ziploc bag and your kitchen freezer to stretch out a pair of too-tight (but otherwise lovely) pair of shoes. For specifics, including step-by-step instructions, and to get started trying out this shoe stretching trick yourself, give this guide a gander.

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: Turn a plain white t-shirt into a completely new style

One of the most fun pieces of clothing to turn into cool new styles is the plain old Hanes white tee. These shirts are super cheap to buy and can be found in any drug or department store. In this video, Elizabeth Gleeson will show you how to cut, dye and sew your t-shirt into a brand new look that you can wear anytime. No one will ever be able to tell it was Hanes!

How To: Make covered hangers with spare fabric scraps

Covered hangers are great for your clothing. They help to maintain the shape and texture of your dresses, plus they look nice! Check out this tutorial and use old scrap fabric to cover ordinary wire hangers and make them look expensive and stylish. This is a great idea for a guest room or anywhere else you would like to add a special, homemade touch.

How To: Tie Vans shoes

Ever wonder what is the correct way to lace and tie your Vans shoes? There are probably a couple of different methods to do so and this video shows you one of those methods step by step. It's quick, easy, and will have you looking good in your shoes in no time. Enjoy!

How To: Dress and act like a cougar

To all you ladies out there who may have an eye on someone that is quite a bit younger than you this video may be for you. We all know the term "cougar." It's a word that defines a woman who is looking to score with a younger man. This tutorial talks more about cougars and how to dress and act like one. So sit back, pay attention, and get the claws ready. Enjoy! Dress and act like a cougar.

How To: Properly clean a pair of Vans sneakers

This is a video by CrazyGamer about how to clean a pair of Vans. You'll need three things, you will need a old toothbrush you aren't going to use any more, a cup filled with water as hot as the sink will get it and some liquid soap. Put some soap in the cup and stir with the toothbrush, be careful not to add too much. The first thing you want to do he says is to take out the laces and set them aside. Dip the toothbrush in the soapy water, make sure to tap it against the side of the cup to kno...

How To: Cut up and weave a t-shirt

Risa from Makeup by Risa makes an altered t-shirt for summer. She recommends starting with a t-shirt that fits, but is not too loose. Line up the seams on the bottom of the t-shirt and the sleeves so there is a line straight down the back. Cut a strip off the bottom of the t-shirt, just above the seam. Then cut strips that are one half inch about three quarters of the way through the back of the t-shirt. Start cutting the strips from the bottom to the top. Determine where to stop cutting the ...

How To: Shred your t-shirt 70's style

In this Beauty & Style video tutorial you will learn how to shred your t-shirt 70's style. For this you need a pair of fabric scissors and a t-shirt. Hold the t-shirt over your body, measure it up to the hip on the right side and make a snip with the scissors. The fabric will shrink, so, keep little extra margin. Now cut it diagonally from the snip down to the seam on the other side of the t-shirt. Cut off the seams from both the sleeves and cut up the sleeves from the end right up to the sea...

How To: Clean your shoes with a banana

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to clean their shoes with a banana. The materials required are: a banana, dirty shoes and a soft cloth. Begin by peeling the banana. Users will only need the skin, so eat the banana. Rub the banana skin all around the dirty shoes. The natural oils of the banana will soak into the leather, helping the shoes to last longer. The banana skin also contains potassium, which is a key ingredient to commercial shoe polish. Then take a soft cloth and buff the s...

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: Wear Uggs for men

It takes a courage for a man to wear UGG boots, but it can be done. If you have the boots, but are for whatever reason ashamed of having them, cover up the ankle part of them with you pants. If you wish to flaunt your several hundred dollar boots, let the front part of your pant bottoms be loose over your boots, but prop the back part of your pant bottoms on the tops of your boots. Remember, never ever tuck your pants into the boots. If you follow these simple strategies, it is possible for a...

How To: Wear a bandana in 3 different ways

There are three ways to wear bandanas, and each way has its own charms and merits. Should you call yourself an "emo kid", the choice is easy. Position the bandana with the knot at the back of your neck and the rest of the bandana hanging down your chest. You will be looking great for the next trip to the mall. If the "prep" look is more your style, move the knot off to one shoulder, letting the rest of the bandana lie across your other shoulder. Your friends at the yacht club will be impresse...

How To: Design your own clothes & mix dye your clothes

Eddie teaches the secrets of designing your own clothes & mix dying your clothes. First mix together 1 tablespoon golden yellow, 1/2 teaspoon sunshine orange, 1/2 cup salt and 4 cups of hot water. Dip a piece of cloth to check the color, add more dye to make it darker or some water to make it lighter. Pour the dye solution in a big container with water, add some detergent and batter to mix the dye well. Put you plain shirt in hot water for sometime, squeeze it out and put it in the container ...

How To: Keep bra straps & tank top straps in place

Nothing ruins a cute outfit quicker than a visible bra strap or a slipping tank top. This quick video from CyberSeams offers tips on how to keep those annoying straps in place. You will need ribbon or twill tape, Fray Check, snaps, a sewing needle and thread. You are instructed how to create a holder, inside a specific top, which snaps your bra or tank top into place. For example, in this video, you create a holder inside a sweater so that you can wear a coordinating tank top but not have it ...

How To: Perfectly fray & destroy your jeans

Denim guru Paul Dillinger shows viewers how to take a pair of inexpensive jeans and give them a celebrity inspired makeover. You will either need to own a dremel tool or borrow one in order to properly complete the technique shown. You use the dremel to give your jeans the perfect fray and help them achieve a more laid back, worn-in look. Jeans like these at boutiques and designer stores can cost hundreds of dollars but you can spend $20 on a pair of jeans and make them look up to date for al...

How To: Use your boyfriend's necktie as your own accessory

Agnes from My BF Closet takes us through a few ways to use your boyfriend's ties to compliment your own wardrobe. A trendy and young look for women, a necktie may be just the right accent and bit of flair for you. Agnes teaches us first, using herself as a model, how to tie and wear the tie in its traditional form, around your neck. Moving on, and with a great sense of humor, she shows us, in a montage, various other uses. As a belt, for instance. And as a headband. With this video, Agnes sho...

How To: Stretch your ear gauge using the tape method

Want to wear some awesome ear plugs and be the most unique person walk down the street? Then you're going to have to stretch out your ear holes - and we mean REALLY stretch them out. Since ear plugs come in sizes ranging from the super tiny to even 2 inches in diameter, you'll have to stretch your ear to whatever diameter you prefer.

How To: Make a toga out of a sheet fast and easy

Need a girl toga fast and easy for that crazy party coming up? This tutorial will show you how to make a toga quickly using common materials. Taking a bed sheet, you will need to open it and hold it lengthwise, folding it in two. Then, taking two pins, measure out the distance between two shoulders and secure the pins at two locations on the bed sheet which more or less will match up with the location of your shoulders. Then simply slip the toga over your head for a quick and simple outfit to...

How To: Re-construct your t-shirts to be more stylish

Reconstruct your T-shirts into more stylish attire with this video! The materials you'll need are a T-shirt, scissors, a ruler, and a pen or pencil. First cut off part of the sleeves (this part is optional.) The next thing is to cut the neck all the away around the front and back, cutting off the border. Now it's time to cut the bottom of the shirt right under the hem, underneath the stitching. Keep what you've cut to use for the ties for the shirt. (You can also use string or ribbon.) Measur...

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: 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: Tie a tie and dress with a prosthetic arm for amputee

A below elbow arm amputee demonstrates how to put on a dress shirt, fold the collar and tie a tie with his prosthetic hook. This is an adaptive equipment tutorial for handicapped, disabled or individuals that have lost limbs to amputation. The prosthetic arm outfitted with a hook or hand can be body powered or myoelectric. The operation is important to ensure healthy living and daily tasks like dressing yourself.