Fearless Tape

Clothing Hack: Keep Overalls in Place

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Yep, you read that title right. Overalls. They’re back and we’re super excited about it. If you remember wearing overalls back in the day, you might remember that they’re not the easiest things to keep on your shoulders. Luckily, you just need a couple of strips of Fearless to keep them in place all day.

 

First, remove the white side of the Fearless Tape liner and place it on the underside of the strap.

 
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Next, peel off the other side of the liner and place it where you want it on your shirt.

 
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Say goodbye to the days of messing with your straps all day and say hello to Fearless Tape.

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Pick it up on Amazon here. Don’t forget to leave us a review on Amazon or on our Facebook page to let us know what you think of it.

 

Clothing Hack: Keep Clothing Details in Place

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Sometimes the details that are supposed to make our clothing more interesting end up being a little underwhelming on their own. We love these shirts with the bow in the front, but do you ever wear one and wish that it was a little less droopy? Seriously though, look at that before and after picture! You can’t tell us the bow on the right doesn’t look better than the one on the left.

 

The good news is, it’s easy to do.

 

After tying the bow, simply put fashion tape on the back side of the loops.

 
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Then position them where you’d like on your blouse.

 
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And your bow will stay cute all day, no matter what you’re doing.

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Costume Hacks with Fearless Tape

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Fearless Tape is such a lifesaver every day, but especially when it comes to Halloween. Pretty much every Halloween costume can be much more comfortable with a little Fearless Tape.

 

The Scera Center for the Arts was nice enough to lend us some of their costumes to see how we could make them more comfortable with Fearless Tape.

 

First, we found this classic pair of red pumps with one sole falling out and a few tears in the lining.

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Luckily it’s an easy fix with a couple pieces of Fearless Tape.

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Have you ever had a waistband that kept folding or riding up? How about a two second hack...

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Fearless Tape has your back. Literally. Use it to make temporary alterations to any piece of clothing. 

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Have you used Fearless Tape for a costume? We’d love to hear your ideas and see what you’ve done. Comment below or show us on our Facebook page.

 

Out of tape? You still have time to get more from Amazon before the big day. Be sure to keep checking back here for more costume ideas throughout the weekend.

DIY Costume Idea: Gumball Machine

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It’s one of our favorite times of the year. We love Halloween and we love using Fearless Tape for Halloween costumes! We have several ideas to help you out this year that we’ll be posting throughout the weekend so be sure to check back.

 

Today’s costume… a gumball machine!

 

We love this simple little costume. It’s perfect for little ones who want to help with their costume. It’s also a cute idea for pregnant women. And it’s quick and simple so it will fit easily into your busy schedule.

 

All you need is a shirt, Fearless Tape, and a pack of craft pom poms.

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Make a circle of tape in the middle of the shirt.

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Then just go to town sticking the pom poms on the tape!

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And there is it. Ready for a night of trick-or-treating!

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Have you used Fearless Tape for a costume? We’d love to hear your ideas and see what you’ve done. Comment below or show us on our Facebook page.

 

Out of tape? You still have time to get more from Amazon before the big day. Be sure to keep checking back here for more costume ideas throughout the weekend.