The custom clothes are very high, because it is a way to reuse that item lost in the wardrobe, and also because it adds more personality and style to the piece – which becomes unique!
The best of all is that customizing your jeans – and leaving it with your face – can be very easy, simple and economical.
If you want to learn how to customize your clothes made in jeans, here are some very cool suggestions that we’ve separated.
1- Shorts with lace
A very simple and delicate way to give your jeans shorts a new face is by making lace applications.
You can also use this technique to ‘save’ that piece that is already a little tighter on your thigh.
To make this application is very easy, but you will need a sewing machine.
Watch the video explaining how this was done here:
The video is in English, but it is very illustrative and, even without speaking the language, you can understand directly how the shorts were customized.
2- Floral pants
How about turning those white, lifeless pants into nice floral pants?
To give this modern footprint your piece is very simple, just use a lace with a very beautiful design as a mold and pens to paint on fabric – which you can find in bazaars, stationery and also on the internet.
Want to see how that was done? Then get in here.
3- Dotty Jeans
The “dotty” pants are always in fashion and their characteristics are those little balls, in the poá style, that leave the jeans more feminine and delicate.
If you have that pants you love – but can’t even look at them anymore, how about turning them into a modern, stylish piece?
To do this, use a circular sponge brush, 2 to 3 sheets of baking paper and fabric paint. See the step by step here.
The destroyed jeans are always among the options for those seeking a look detached and tuned with the trends. To buy a pants like this in the stores, you will certainly pay dearly. So why not turn that old pants of yours into a nice destroyed one?
To do this, you’ll need sandpaper, knife and tweezers. Start by sanding several times the area you want to leave with the destroyed look.
Then cut horizontal cracks in the areas worn by the sandpaper (the tip is to put a piece of cardboard inside the pants to avoid cutting the back of the jeans and finish the piece).
After you’ve left your pants looking the way you want them, wash them in the machine. When the pants are completely dry, use a tongs to remove the fibers. There, now you have your jeans destroyed.
To see the step by step image, click here.
5- Ombré Jeans
The jeans shoulder is a very cool technique that leaves your pants with a soft degrease.
The effect can be achieved using bleach. In the photo, the model used an old black pants to give the effect – but you can also use the technique in a darker jeans.
If you want to leave all the jeans with a clearer wash, it is also possible to use the same technique, only in the whole piece. See the step by step by clicking here.
The patchwork application in jeans is a fashion trend, able to make your piece very cute and different.
To see how these shorts (which was a pants) were made, go here.
You can also use this technique, to make applications in the pants. See how beautiful they look:
To make your old shorts more modern and with a nocturnal footprint, how about making a sequin application?
It may sound complicated, but it’s actually very simple.
You’ll only need one sequin fabric (you can buy it ready in bazaars) and some sewing skills. See the step by step here.
8- Shorts with tacks
The studs always give a more rocky and detached footprint to the pieces.
To apply them the right way – and prevent them from falling on the first wash – see this tip here.
9- Pockets to show
Another very simple way to customize your jeans is by changing your pockets.
In this case, an old pants has been transformed into a super cool shorts with fabric application in the pockets – which remain the show, is not a charm?
See the step-by-step image here.
10- Tie Dye
Tie Dye is a technique widely used to “dye” clothes, which have different images depending on how the piece is prepared.
For this piece, a navy blue jeans was used, which was cut and made into shorts.
The piece was then tied with several elastics and left to soak in a mixture of 1 part water and 1 part sanitary water for about 20 minutes (or until it reached the desired tone).
Wait another 20 minutes for the piece to ‘dry’ and then untie the rubber bands. To see the step-by-step with pictures, go here.
11- Fabric application
Leaving your jeans with a new face can be quite simple.
If you’re not in the mood to mess with bleach and other more complicated methods, why not use a piece of cloth? Just measure it on the piece and sew it. Isn’t it simple?
And the end result is very nice. To see how that was done, click here.
Have you seen how, with a little creativity and the right materials, it is possible to bring old pieces of your wardrobe back to life, leaving your worn-out jeans looking like new?
And best of all, you get a totally exclusive piece, which you can boast of having produced. Isn’t that nice? How about you, you like our tips? Do you want to use any of them?