Distressed Denim Jeans
My post today is about going the Comfy and Classy way with your old jeans making it your own Distressed Denim Jeans. Today I’ll demonstrate how easy it is to make your old jeans look more trendy and awesome. The ripped jeans trend was in fashion back in the 90s and now it’s back again adding a cool edge to you style.
Before we begin I hope you guys have already checked my last blog Schwarzkopf Bonacure Repair Rescue Shampoo .
Everyone has that one pair of denim that stay in their closet untouched. Well it’s time to take it out and do something cool with it and make your own distressed denim jeans. I had this Vero Moda denim that I have completely forgotten about and so that first thought I got was to make it my first distressed pair of jeans. Tools you need to make a distressed jeans:
- And maybe a Utility knife
This was a slim fit denim and to start I have to go with something very basic. I made the cut just at the center on my knees, keeping both the legs as horizontal as possible. The best way to do it is to mark a line keeping the jeans flat on something hard like a cardboard. The next step is to take the tweezer and pull out some of the threads to give it more depth, however I like to keep it more flat. You can also use the utility knife to give some more distress to the jeans. It would be better if you cut extra threads which looks ugly at the cut. This was my try so I liked to keep to more simple and clean. This is a very casual look which can go along with either sneakers or heals. You can wear anything on the top, It can be either a crop top or a full sleeves top.
This look have been very popular between men and women these days and it is definitely a trend that has come to stay which is indeed very simple to style.
If you are still not sure about trying this style I suggest you to go with something very simple. Try to few rips and tears which does not exposes to much of skin but still give a look you want.
Also, try to make a balance while you are experimenting, don’t cut to large or uneven. Try to make it as simple as possible and then follow along.
I hope you guys have enjoyed my first experiment on how to make your own distressed denim jeans as much as I loved doing this. Will be back with something better and cool again.
Thanks for your love and support.