We talk a lot about the jeans button making tiny holes in the front, centre and bottom of your shirts. But, if you lean into your countertops and favour your left or right side there’s a chance the rivets can also make tiny holes in the sides of your t-shirts! You won’t notice this as much as you would holes from your button, but, we might need to think of a solution for this....
This is what Holé would look like on your jeans button if it wasn’t attached to your jeans. It’s a snug fit and sometimes can take some time to get on, but this ensures it does not pop off when buttoning, unbuttoning or even in the wash! Save your shirts from those tiny holes with Holé!
Just a mum pushing her pram. Yes, that’s what’s happening here. The other thing that is happening is friction - the combination of jeans, t-shirt and leaning into this handle bar will eventually lead to tiny holes at the bottom of your shirts. Mums to little ones take note and protect your tops from friction with Holé! 👖✔️
Seems that Summer is finally here and if you wear your top over your jeans shorts like this, you should probably expect some tiny holes to appear right in this circle. Save your shirts and prevent the tiny holes with Holé ✔️
Hmmmmm? @mumsnet how many chats are there on your site that ask this question? Just scrolling through and I think there’s quite a lot. Gotta love some of the responses! As a brand do you respond with the solution to this problem or do you just hope these people find you? #mumsnet#chat
As the warm weather approaches, we tend to choose lightweight fabrics such a loose cotton t-shirts. If you wear your tees untucked with jeans, there’s a good chance they look like this at the front! Find out more by clicking the link in our profile.