You know the good old trick to fold a t-shirt in two seconds. But you can’t do that with a collared dress shirt. You don’t need a fancy folding board to get it right, a simple magazine will do.
OneGoodThingByJillee has a six-step photo guide with instructions to show you exactly what to do:
- Lay your dress shirt face down on a flat surface and place a magazine in the center of the shirt, below the collar.
- Fold one side of the shirt across the magazine, and fold the sleeve of that side back towards the edge of the magazine.
- Fold the other side of the shirt across the magazine, and fold that sleeve back towards the edge of the magazine.
- Fold the bottom of the shirt up towards the top in thirds.
- Slip the magazine out.
- Flip the shirt over.
Check the full post below for tricks and tips to fold other everyday items.
How to Fold Everything | OneGoodThingByJillee
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