Out of all the varieties of hacks, fashion ones might save women the most time and money. This tip is awesome for fans of racerback tees and dresses. Take a paperclip and use it to cleverly hide your bra straps. Cheap and simple!
We can all agree that heeled shoes get torn up way too easily. Touch up scratches and other blemishes with a matching shade of nail polish.
Weather won't ever ruin your kicks again! Coat your shoes with beeswax for waterproofing.
If you're prone to sweating, here's a tip you'll love. Use pantyliners to keep your pits dry throughout the day. They also help guard against stains.
Jeans tucked into boots can lead to unsightly bunching around the ankles. This problem is easily remedied with mitten clips.
Setting up the ironing board to flatten out a wrinkled collar doesn't make much sense. Straightening irons can do the same job without any of the fuss.
Shoe odor is notoriously difficult to get rid of. Thankfully, there's a hack hiding in your pantry. Leave tea bags in your shoes overnight — they'll absorb any unpleasant smells.
Who has time to wait for nails to air-dry? Use ice water to set your polish in a fraction of the time.
Those obvious marks don't belong on your wardrobe. Remember to bust out the baby wipes next time you get some antiperspirant on your blouse.
There's nothing more embarrassing than having someone notice your open fly before you figure it out yourself. Avoid that uncomfortable exchange by using a keyring to keep everything in place.
Don't throw out another shirt because of sweat stains. Spray lemon water on the underarms of your tees and watch the marks fade away.
If you love backless dresses and are looking for a sneaky way to fit a bra into the equation, here's a novel idea: Sew the bra into your dress! No one will be the wiser.