We’re finally well and truly into the festive period and with Christmas fast approaching we’re manically trying to get everything sorted for the big day.
Whether it’s sorting presents for friends and family or making sure you’ve got enough food to cater for everyone, it can be a chaotic time of year.
This year on a whole has been a chaotic one with all the changes that have been going on.
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If you’re like us, one of the biggest changes we’ve seen is our waistlines.
Throughout the first lockdown many people invested in activewear to use the time to tone up for the summer.
Whereas winter has people enjoying themselves and indulging in whatever brings them happiness.
With our waistlines fluctuating, that of course means our trousers have too.
One minute they fit perfectly, next week they’re too tight and then suddenly by some miracle they’re too big.
So we’ve found two great hacks that will take the stress of your jeans fitting away.
Our first hack comes from the one and only Rochelle Humes and all it requires is a headband.
Whether you’re a woman yourself or live with one then you’re bound to find one laying around somewhere.
Back in July, Rochelle took to her Instagram to reveal this effective trick whilst pregnant with son Blake.
All you have to do is thread the headband through the buttonhole so you have half either side.
Then you just simply hook both loops over the button and voila, you’re set to be comfy throughout the day.
This tip is really helpful especially when you’re pregnant and you don’t want to depart from your favourite pair of jeans or even if you’ve just over-indulged at dinner.
The second hack comes from TikTok user Cici D (@cicid0724) and shows you how to cleverly make your jeans smaller.
You just need to pop your jeans on and mark on the waistline where the new button needs to be situated.
Then Cici takes a metal button and fits it onto her jeans along the waistline to where it needs to be and that’s it.
So avoid paying out on a brand new pair of jeans and use these two brilliant tips to help save some money.