I’m a fashion stylist – my cheap tip lets baggy jeans sit perfectly without sewing

There’s nothing worse than ill-fitting clothes that turn your runway look into a drab look.

And if you often have this problem in relation to your jeans, fashion guru Lucy Legret has explained how you can have your pants fitted to your waist without a professional expense.

A fashion expert revealed how to make your jeans fit tight around the waist


A fashion expert revealed how to make your jeans fit tight around the waistPhoto credit: TikTok/lulegret
To complete the trick, you'll need a shoelace and a paperclip


To complete the trick, you’ll need a shoelace and a paper clipPhoto credit: TikTok/lulegret

“If you’re like me and pants and jeans are always too big at the waist because you either have wider hips or just a tiny waist, I always do this shoelace trick,” Legret began in a video.

Modeling a pair of Zara denim jeans, she showed how she gets “ripped” at the waist when wearing pants.

You need to get a shoelace and make an incision on the left and right side of your jeans.

Use a safety pin so you can thread the lace through the jeans band until it comes out the other end.

When you put your jeans on and tie the laces, you’ll notice that the fabric gathers and your jeans are tight at the waist.

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Legret added that if there’s a blockage in the middle of your jeans that’s preventing the lace from going through, you just need to make two more incisions in that area.

When asked if she left the laces in when washing her jeans, Legret replied, “Yeah, I’ve never had to do anything special after tucking the laces in. Just wear/wash as usual.”

People in the comments section loved the groundbreaking tip and offered some helpful advice of their own.

“Put the shoelace through a straw… Pass the straw through. So much easier. I do it on hoodies when the string comes out in the washing machine,” one person said.

“That’s perfect! I tied them with a ribbon around the back. Thanks!” commented another.

“This is awesome, thanks for sharing!” added a third.

“I’m so glad I found this video omg.”

“You can also make two cuts further back, thread an elastic band through and sew on both sides – that works great!”

“I’ve always struggled with my jeans, can’t wait to try them on!” said one recent person.

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Jessica MacLeish

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