I know you’ve probably heard about the new product Style Snaps and are currently looking for an unbiased review. However, there aren’t many reviews out there that give you both the advantages and disadvantages of the product, since most of them are only keen on selling and are hiding the bad points from you. That’s kind of the reason why I made this page. After researching the product and reading other people’s reactions about them, I feel that I can give you quality information so that you can make an informed decision. Let’s take a look at this product in more detail shall we?
What are Style Snaps?
Ever felt frustrated because your pant leg was too long and you kept stepping on it? Or the length of your hem simply isn’t short enough to go with flats? Apparently, that’s what bothered the inventors Kara Harshbarger and Melissa George. For those unfamiliar with them, Kara Harshbarger is a renowned writer and director, while Melissa George is a famous Australian actress.
Since its release, it has been covered by major TV outlets and various magazines such as People and US Weekly. Basically, they are a small adhesive that you tape on the inside of your hem. You can then fold the hem to any length you desire, and it will lock it in place. Basically, it’s the ultimate solution for those who wish to temporarily shorten their hems without the hassle of going to a tailor or using pins.
How do they work?
According to the official website description, you are provided with a set of double-sided adhesive clips. You first turn your apparel or clothing – a pair of pants for example – inside out, peel off the backing on the strips, stick a pair of the strips on one side near the hem, and then another pair on the other side. Fold the hem to the appropriate length you want and press the fabric down to secure. After you turn the pants right-side out, the length will then be set. This process works just as well with bulging pockets, gaping shirts, long belts, and unruly lapels.
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