How To Have the Neatest Stack of T-Shirts, Ever

How To Have the Neatest Stack of T-Shirts, Ever

AT Video
Oct 27, 2016

Rory Rockmore started board folding shirts in high school while working everyone's favorite day job: retail. At the time, he took pride in being able to board fold a shirt even without the board - a notion he says that he has carried into his adult life and closet. The best part? You can learn how to do it in 30 seconds.

Here, we start with the basic board-folding method, but using a magazine instead of a board.

The Step-by-Step:

Lay your shirt on any flat surface.
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You can use a board, a book, a magazine - anything rectangular!
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Fold as usual.
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Your book/mag/board will keep all your shirts uniformly folded.
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Flip.
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Take out the book/mag/board.
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Voila!
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Rory Rockmore is the Creative Director of contemporary nail empire NCLA. With ten years of design under his belt, Rory, (previously the Digital Design Director at MTV Networks and mens editor at MTVStyle) has his manicured thumb ever on the pulse of what's next. After co-founding his own creative agency with clients such as Jeremy Scott and BravoTV, Rory keeps NCLA at beauty's forefront with industry leading collaborations such as Beyoncé, Hello Kitty, Guess, Marc Jacobs, and SONY Entertainment. In his spare time he enjoys leopard print, Lil' Kim, and cross-country moves to keep his mother on her toes. You can follow him on Instagram here!

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