Innovative PINX easily solves the problem of a gaping button-up shirt!

Tired of your button-up shirt gaping open at the most inopportune moments? Do you have lovely blouses that languish in your closet because they reveal just a bit too much?

I’ve tried everything. Safety pins don’t work. Wearing a lacy camisole just draws attention to the problem. And, adding Velcro completely mars the line of expensive clothing.

But now, I’ve found a simple, inexpensive and effective solution! PINX by Just Between the Girls is an innovative little gadget that keeps my button-up shirt…  buttoned up!

PINX is easy to use, once you get the hang of it (it actually took me a few tries). So to help, PINX has a quick how-to video that really helps.

PINX retails for $14.99 per three-pack. My first thought was that this was a bit high, but when I tallied up all the blouses and shirts I had already purchased — and now could wear comfortably – I realized that $14.99 was actually a bargain!

To get your own PINX, visit Just Between the Girls!

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Susan Conforte McNeill is a wife, mother, author, entrepreneur, BAZAAR Style Ambassador, and the co-founder of the literacy organization Success Won’t Wait! In addition to Susan Said What?! Susan also writes for It’s how you play the game!Success Won’t Wait! and Have the Best Christmas EVER! 

DISCLAIMER: I received a sample of PINX in order to fully evaluate the product. Regardless, all opinions are my own and I only recommend products and services which I believe will be beneficial to my readers.

Photos: Used with permission by Just Between the Girls.

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    Sofia

    I would have loved to have this this morning!! I ended changing shirts 3 times because on 2 different looks the button would pop up…I will have to get my hands on some PINX!

    • 2
      Susan

      They really work! I always have this problem and haven’t worn tons of blouses in my closet. It is a little tricky to use at first, though.

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