To properly cuff men's dress pants, turn up the hem and sew it into place. Make sure the fabric is neatly folded and lies flat. More »

Men's dress pants should be hemmed so they "break," or crease very slightly, just above the top of the shoe, covering the shoe tops. The back of the hemline should come down to the sole of the shoe. More »

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Menswear greatly evolved during the 1960s to reflect changing social and culture. Suits were typical workday attire. Casual wear was usually slacks, turtlenecks or form-fitting sweaters and loafers. The 1960s saw the ris... More »

Hem dress pants by removing the old hem, folding the edge of the fabric under 1/2 inch and ironing the fold in place. Then try the pants on, and mark the proper length by pinning the hem in place. Iron the new hem, and s... More »

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A police officer's uniform depends on the unit and assignment, but a traditional uniform typically includes a blue or black dress shirt, dress pants, a tie, a peaked hat and black dress shoes, while a tactical uniform is... More »

To make a pillowcase dress, cut the top off of a pretty pillowcase, cut armholes in the sides, hem the raw edges and create an adjustable drawstring neckline. The required supplies are a pillowcase, a measuring tape, str... More »

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The "Resort Evening" dress code is a step above "Resort Casual" and usually requires dress pants, button-up collared shirts and nice shoes for men, and stylish skirts, dresses or blouses for women. "Resort Evening" attir... More »