Hey everyone! Today's video is all about clothing hacks for the perfect fit jeans! In this I show you how to make your legs look longer, how to roll your jeans along with lots of other tips and tricks! I really hope you like this video. Please give it a thumbs up and subscribe if you do! :) X #clothinghacks #fashionhacks #hacks
Video title inspired by Teachingmensfashion :)
How I cut my jeans: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXTfPMhGi5M
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Items shown not in order:
Silver western belt: N/A Similar: http://bit.ly/2S8Aexv
US link: http://bit.ly/2SaPWIh
Black and gold belt: http://bit.ly/2PvnBvh
US link: http://bit.ly/2QNPpHy
Other belts I like:
US link: http://bit.ly/2UClSlQ
US link: http://bit.ly/2SefEM8
Ripped mom jeans (size 6): http://bit.ly/2UB60jz
US link: http://bit.ly/2S18r1L
Ripped knee mom jeans (w25): N/A Same without rips: http://bit.ly/2SegmJt
US link: http://bit.ly/2UIgkWO
Black high waisted jeans (w25): http://bit.ly/2UGj1IA
US link: http://bit.ly/2S9vVSL
Blue ripped knee skinny jeans (w25): : N/A Similar: http://bit.ly/2RZf0lw OR: http://bit.ly/2UxxC91
Light blue jeans worn with boots (w25): http://bit.ly/2D7IyEM OR: http://bit.ly/2D6NJET
US link: http://bit.ly/2TLiftd OR: http://bit.ly/2TMydU1
Super ripped dark blue jeans (w25): http://bit.ly/2I9URDE
US link: http://bit.ly/2PFwu0D
Nike flyknit trainers (size 3): http://bit.ly/2wNxnND
US link: http://bit.ly/2vT0Fdf
Nike air force 1 trainers (size 3): http://bit.ly/2UM22op
US link: http://bit.ly/2UCiqHU
Black and white check shirt (size 4): : http://bit.ly/2PHtKjE
US link: http://bit.ly/2PE3M09
Black suede boots: N/A Similar: http://bit.ly/2S3QI9W
US link: http://bit.ly/2UysTUG
Satin shirt (size 6): N/A Similar: https://bit.ly/2Quzscm
US link: https://bit.ly/2P64iU3
Beige boots (size 3): http://bit.ly/2DoyA05
LOVE all your vids so much and I don't say that easily! However, if you read this, one tip is to find different background music. You, your information, length of video, and tempo is excellent but the music doesnt fit somehow
OMG!! I wish i would have seen this video yesterday! I wanted to show my new Guess booties off yesterday with my outfit so i rolled them - cause I like that look too - but the jeans i had on yesterday were along the lines of boot cut and that folding over tip would have MADE my outfit yesterday!! I ended up unrolling them cause it didn't look right. Lol. #NowIKnow Thanks! 😍💯
Thanks for the tips! I think it's kinda funny that the one tip where you folded over your hem then rolled them up- we did that when I was in middle school! We called it tight-rolling then... in the late 80's. I can't believe that it's popular again!😁
So what if you can't find apair of jeans that fits you? I buy the skinniest pair I can find and still they look slight bigger than my body, the never fit tightly. I'm not that skinny though. I'm just slim. How can I find a pair gay works??
I just wonder why everyone looks good on any styles? I mean they can wear any clothes they want and still they look stylish and cool, but when I follow this I look like a crazy, retired girl and everybody is looking at me, laughing. I hate my life
I really love this ideas. I really want to wear crop tops whenever I wear jeans. Or tuck in my shirts BUT I can't. Whenever I wear jeans, I ALWAYS got a "camel toe". And I have flat butt (and also flat chested) so I always got bullied. Even my friends do this things to me so I got really embarassed wearing jeans. So I much prefer wearing big shirts to cover up my camel toe and flat butt.
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