I'm a fashion expert – make a too-long cardigan look shorter with my three-button method, no tools necessary

LONG cardigans are cute until they aren't and you wish they were a little shorter.

Well, lucky for you, a fashion expert has revealed just how you can go about cropping any lengthy sweater.


In the clip, Fara Juliana demonstrated just how simple cropping a long button-down cardigan can be.

Once you've put on your cardigan, make sure the buttons are nicely lined up next to their proper hole.

Next, grab the bottom buttonhole so both the last and first holes come together and fasten them with the first button.

With the leftover fabric, fold it up a quarter of the way, nicely tucking away the third button.

In case the third button keeps slipping, the fashion expert recommended using a pin to hold it up.

Then just fasten that second button with the second hole.

At the same time, be sure to tuck the cardigan around the back of your waist so it's cropped all around.

And voila, you've got yourself a snazzy cropped sweater.

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Despite her tutorial, people were still confused about Juliana's trick.

"Wait what happened to the third [button] on the right?" asked one person.

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Now if you're having trouble with your skirt, another fashion enthusiast might be able to help.

She revealed how to go about tightening any loose skirt with a $6 trick: a shoelace!


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