Style Snaps from Hemming My Way is the world’s first snap and hem solution. There is no sewing, no ironing and no gluing necessary. With Style Snaps you can make any pair of shoes in your closet work with any pair of shoes you want, whether it is flats or heels. This amazing adhesive snap hem lets you to simply snap under your long hem for flats and unsnap whenever you want when you slip back into heels. It uses a unique adhesive that makes them adjustable, reusable and safe on any type of fabric.
The World's first Snap & Hem Solution
Style Snaps As Seen On TV were invented by writer and director Kara Harshbarger along with her friend, actress Melissa George. Melissa had just been to New York City and discussed with Kara she was annoyed with the problem of her long hem dragging up and down the Big Apple sidewalks. Later Style Snaps was produced to address the issue for women everywhere. Thanks to Kara and Melissa, there is finally an adhesive snap hem that allows you to simply snap under your long hem for flats and unsnap whenever you like when you slip back into heels. Plus Style Snaps are also great for kids to grow into hand me downs.
How To Remove & Re-Energize
The coolest thing about this product is that you can wash the denim residue off of the device, and after it air dries, it's stickier than the first time. Just GENTLY grab the adhesive WITH the plastic strip and slowly peel device off clothing.
Now Re-Energize the "Sticky" Strip
To remove the devices manually, be sure to grab the adhesive at the same time as the plastic strip and remove them together SLOWLY.
Re-Energize The "Sticky" Strip
Rub dishwashing liquid and water over adhesive to remove denim residue. After air drying "sticky" side up, the adhesive will be sticky and the device will be re-energized and ready to use again!
Style Snaps Features
World’s first snap and hem solution
Make your jeans work with every shoe in the closet
Change your hem as often as you change your shoes
Adjustable, reusable and safe on any type of fabric
Can also be used to modify lapels, belts and shirts
Invented by writer and director Kara Harshbarger and actress Melissa George