You get 16 Style Snaps™ for just $10.00 +$7.99 P&H – That is a $40 Value! Plus – We will double your offer for FREE, just pay the additional $7.99 P&H – You will get 32 total Style Snaps™, enough to snap and hem a closet full of clothes, in this special offer! If Style Snaps™ not the best way to change your hem your hem again and again return it for a full refund of the purchase price!
The Worlds First Snap and Hem Solution!
With Style Snaps, you can instantly adjust the hem of your pants without sewing, gluing, or ironing. Style Snaps extend the capabilities of your wardrobe. If your favorite pair of pants is designed to be worn with heels, Style Snaps let you quickly shorten the pants to be worn with flats. When you are ready to wear heels again, just remove the Style Snaps. Because Style Snaps are not permanent, you can change your hem as often as you change your shoes!
Invented by writer/director Kara Harshbarger and actress Melissa George, Style Snaps are reusable, adjustable, and safe for any fabric. To use StyleSnaps, simply peel the backing off the adhesive Style Snaps, place them wherever you want your hem, fold, snap, and go!
Style Snaps aren’t just for hems:
• Keep lapels in place
• Stop belts from slipping
• Eliminate gaps in shirts
When you order one set of 16 Style Snaps, you’ll receive a second set free (just pay additional shipping and handling). With 32 StyleSnaps, you’ll be able to wear all your favorite pants with any shoes you want!
- 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
- Invented by writer and director Kara Harshbarger and actress Melissa George
- Can also be used to modify lapels, belts and shirts
- Special double offer: 32 total Style Snaps
Style Snaps 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.