Ladies, you know that thing where you have slacks or jeans that are just the right length for heels, but too long for flats? Joe Terrell might have the fix with a product called Style Snaps. This week, he puts them to the "Does it Work?" test.
The box claims they are the world's first snap & hem solution allowing you to change your hem as often as you change your shoes.
Ellen helped us test them.
A single Style Snap consists of two adhesive backed plastic snap sets. It's like one is the button and one is the hole. Stick a pair to the inside of your pants leg, fold up, snap them together and you're on your way. Most pants require four sets per leg to hold up the hem.
"They work," says Ellen.
She was able to wear the long pants with flats using the Style Snaps and then unsnap them to wear with 4 inch heels!
"Does it Work?" We give it a yes.
You should remove Style Snaps before washing. They peel off easily, can be cleaned with soap and water and are re-useable up to ten times.
We paid $9.99 for 16 Style Snaps at Bed, Bath & Beyond.
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