One can never get bored with an old pair of jeans. They might have faded way more than necessary, probably ripped here and there and you still feel like not letting go. But sometimes you have to let go with a heavy heart. But why let them go when you can make them new. Old jeans. New look. Sexy you. Problem solved! Why were you worried again? Just take a look at these DIY Jeans Refashion Techniques and Inspirations to Begin New Trends.
Don’t worry, you don’t need to be a fashion expert to renew your old denim. Just make sure that you can handle some scissors and know your way around needles and you’ll be alright. You’ll be amazed by how much you can do in your free time with an old pair of your denim jeans. Also, make some lovely rings in your free time with the help of these easy DIY ideas.
DIY Jeans Refashion Techniques and Inspirations
In your free time, try this little experiment. Go for window shopping and pick plain jeans and then pick another pair with embroidery on it. Your jaw will meet the floor when you’ll notice the difference between their prices. Not against some expensive clothes but when the budget is tight, just squeeze in a few embroidery needles and floss and make your own sexy masterpiece. That way your old jeans will feel new for sure. You can also simply cut your jeans and make new shorts out of them and wear those shorts in stylish ways.
Denim Meet Lace
No, I’m not talking about wearing denim jeans with a chic lace blouse. Did you get that ripped old jeans with you? Oh, poor old thing; got so many holes on it. That’s where the lace comes. Everyone has some vintage lace stash. So cover those holes with lace patches and voila! A great rusty look and you won’t even need to throw away your jeans. Check out these DIY nail art ideas that are simply amazing.
Time to get your hands a little bit dirty. What you need to make your galaxy jeans is a pair of old jeans, better if it’s a darker shade. Because it’s galaxy, duh! Some bleach, acrylic paints, spray bottle, toothbrush, and sponge. Bleach will give you giant orange spots, a splash of purple and blue will get the job done. And sprinkle the white paint using a brush to get much-needed stars.
A pom-pom in an outfit works exactly like a cherry on the cake. Too far? Well, never mind. But it will exactly feel like that with your vintage jeans and pom-poms. Here the black pom-pom looks classy with blue denim jeans but you can always choose your favourite colour. Wear the jeans to work in these chic ways.
Pearl Embellished Jeans
Pearls look classy. And as you can see here, they look even more chic gracing your vintage jeans. You guessed it right. To make this chic masterpiece, you need some plastic pearls in say white and ivory colour, needles and scissors. And that’s all, start sewing pearls on your jeans but not before you know where to sew them.
Get your hands a lot more dirty and start painting your jeans. Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it. Of course, you will need the fabric paint that you can easily get in a supermarket. Here the lovely cherry blossoms add more flair to the jeans but you can always go for some other design.
This DIY idea is simply brilliant. Take a look at the end product and you’ll be amazed. You need fabric paint and stencils to make this perfect printed denim. From florals to geometric and paisleys, you can go for any pattern that you would want. Set the paint after you’re done with printing using an iron with medium heat. Check out here how to rock a denim jacket in different ways.
Tie Dye Jeans
Your old white denim jeans will make a grand new appearance after having a nice soak with an indigo tie-dye. One would even think they are brand new fresh out of a new summer collection. You just need to buy a natural indigo tie-dye kit and follow the instructions on the pack. And while you’re busy dying your jeans, make sure your hands are covered with gloves so as not to get the stubborn colour on your skin. You might also want to have a look at these jewelry tutorials. They are simply awesome!
No need to throw away your old jeans now. Admit it; these DIY ideas are so tempting that you’re dying to work with some of your new pairs as well. Well, who’s stopping you? Grab some studs, some pearls, some needles and scissors and start working on them. Your closet will thank you later. Also, add some upgraded shoes and you would be a very happy woman.