I Saved $300 On Clothing Alterations With My Invisible Fashion Hack – It Got Me Red Carpet Ready In Minutes

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An actress has found an inexpensive way to alter her movie premiere outfit with a surprisingly easy hack.

Deanna Giulietti shared that she had a problem with a red carpet look that was too long and didn’t want to spend a ton of money on premiere day edits.

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Deanna Giulietti was quoted a high price by a tailor for hemming her jumpsuitCredit: Instagram
She tried on her highest heels, and the jumpsuit was still too long

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She tried on her highest heels, and the jumpsuit was still too longCredit: Instagram

“I just got home from the tailor and they said it was $300 to hem the bottom of this jumpsuit,” a shocked Deanna said in an Instagram reel.

She showed off a dazzling champagne-colored jumpsuit.

“I’m going to walk the red carpet with George Clooney and Julia Roberts! I’m wearing this costume,” she thought to herself, determined to find an inexpensive alternative.

Deanna tried on the long-sleeved, ultra-long pant jumpsuit with the tallest platform shoes she owns, showing that fabric was still piling up around her feet.

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Calling her friend Chase, the pair found a spare safety pin and lifted a trouser leg and pinned it to see how the fabric should actually land.

She wanted the pants to reach just above the top of her shoes.

“Let us know if we should get more safety pins or if we should just get a sewing kit and go Project Runway,” Deanna said.

“First, I need a new tailor…second, HELP ME – try to look like a 10/10,” she added in the caption.

People have flocked to the comments section to offer help with fashion hacks.

“Definitely more than one pin is needed and please for God’s sake DON’T CUT! Get a second opinion or go for an adhesive hem!” one person suggested.

And while many people also recommended getting a second opinion from another tailor, Deanna didn’t have time for that.

Others were okay with using hem tape or fashion tape instead.

Deanna did a follow up video, responding to a comment that read, “You can do it!!! Use double sided tape!”

“A lot of you said get some duct tape and that’s where I came to get it, CVS,” she said.

Then she gave an update, saying that in addition to not having hem tape, CVS and other places also don’t have safety pins.

She couldn't find any safety pins, so Deanna bought tape and some crazy glue.

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She couldn’t find any safety pins, so Deanna bought tape and some crazy glue.Credit: Instagram

Instead, she walked away with crazy glue and fashion tape as backups.

But in a third video, without wasting time, Deanna actually found another temporary DIY solution.

As the “nobody will know” audio went viral, Deanna ripped a piece of duct tape from a roll.

She lifted the hem of the fabric and folded it inside the trouser leg. Then she recorded a circular motion around her calf.

When she dropped the pant leg, the fabric fell perfectly with the top of her shoes exposed as she intended.

She smiled and posed happily on the red carpet for the movie “Ticket to Paradise” without anyone knowing better of her cheap and instant fashion fix.

“No one will know.. unless now they see this.. now they know.. STILL IN TOP 10/10. $300 saved BABAY,” Deanna captioned the video.

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Someone commented: “A win is a win, if anyone wants to be classy tell them to participate in the $300 lmfao.”

Another wrote: “Yasss we love a queen on a budget!”

In the end Deanna used duct tape to cover the extra long fabric inside the pants

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In the end Deanna used duct tape to cover the extra long fabric inside the pantsCredit: Instagram
She posed with perfectly hemmed pants on a red carpet

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She posed with perfectly hemmed pants on a red carpetCredit: Instagram


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