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  1. Rachel says

    You would never think there were so many different ways to roll sleeves, but clearly there are! I usually do the first one.

  2. Kodi says

    I never even noticed all the options — I always just roll twice and call it good. But now that I see the options I’m definitely doing the J.Crew roll and the One Step roll.
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  3. Alyssa says

    This is genius! I usually do the “classic” roll, but if I’m wearing two long sleeved shirts, I like to roll them on top of each other!

  4. Jenn says

    I usually do the classic or the Jcrew. I also have the most issues when I’m doing two shirts-I like your idea with doing the jcrew roll under the first one! They still look put together but I bet it’s not so bulky as doing them both at once.
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  5. Emily says

    The J Crew roll and the double layer roll are my favourites. I almost exclusively use them because I like the way they dress down fancier pieces.


  6. Alyssa says

    Great ideas! I’ve never tried the J.Crew roll!


  7. surprisingly interesting !!

  8. Shannon says

    The cardigan and j. crew rolls are definitely my favorite!


  9. Thanks to you, I’m rocking the J.Crew roll today, and will def be linking back to this in a future post.

  10. Thanks for the very nice post. These are the very nice idea’s. I never knew that we can roll our sleeves in many ways.

  11. Hey girl, this post was SO helpful. I often rock the J. Crew roll as an alternative to this first roll which loves to slide down my skinny arms, but the rest of this post was insanely helpful. Finally, I can pair my button downs and beloved long sleeved t’s without the frump. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    I just started my first blog on stitching and thrifting, I hope to link back to this post as I style different thrifted outfits for an upcoming post.



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