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    Turn-Ups

    When turning up chinos and jeans I always find the turn-ups slip and increase is size rather annoyingly. Is there a way to fix them in place without alteration?

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    Spray starch, an iron and a towel. Spray the starch, fold tightly, towl over the jeans and iron like hell. Repeat as necessary and it lasts for a few weeks.

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    The only turn ups that occasionally come undone are those which I do on some of my T shirt sleeves which are a little too big for me. The ones at Topman seem to be stitched into place, but I do know a couple of guys that simply put safety pins in their rolled up sleeves. (as weird as that sounds)

    Regarding trouser turn ups, they've never come undone for me.

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    Mine don't always come undone, but I like to have 1/2 inch turn-ups whi h sometimes slip into, say, 2 inch turn-ups

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