It never occurred to me to use a self-adhesive non-toxic glue to fix and alter my clothing until I discovered The Style Stick. I know how to sew and mend my clothes, but for the most part, I don’t have time, so the majority of my tops with missing buttons sit at the back of my closet in a pile waiting to be mended. I had my first breakthrough with The Style Stick in the summer when one of the buttons came off of my favourite flamingo printed dress. I was out taking photos with Andrew, and I noticed that my dress was completely open in the front and Andrew suggested that I try The Style Stick and with one stroke of magic all of my button issues were solved. After that, I started using The Style Stick all of the time on just about everything. I have this dress from Anthropologie that I love, but the snaps are placed in a weird way causing a gap in the front of the dress. I was always super annoyed when I wore it and never had time to sew on another snap. I decided to try The Style Stick on the front to fix the problem and yet again I had another success. I also love The Style Stick for hemming the cuff on my jeans or fixing a stubborn collar that keeps curling up. The possibilities are endless, and you can stash it in your purse for emergencies. I never go to do a photo shoot without it now because it is my fail safe just in case I have any major fashion mishaps. The Style Stick is the must-have fashion accessory for every fashionista on the go.
Here are some key uses for The Style Stick:
• Repairs a fallen pant or skirt hem in an instant
• Closes gaping necklines and button gaps quickly and easily
• Keeps shirt collars down and prevents them from curling
• Holds straps in place and prevents slipping
• Adjusts pants to multiple heel heights without alterations
• Holds pocket flaps and tie tails flush and in place
• Prevents Strapless tops and dresses from sliding
• Add embellishments and design details quickly to any outfit
• Non-Toxic, Acid-Free, No Dyes or Fragrances, Water Soluble
The Style Stick safe to use on all types of fabric including cotton, blends, polyester, denim, wool, silk, and nylon.
This post is sponsored by The Style Stick, all thoughts and opinions are my own