Upcycle jean jacket

Transform your old jean jacket into a unique fashion statement with these creative upcycling ideas. Discover how to breathe new life into your denim wardrobe and show off your personal style.
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This refashion was inspired by this Madewell Distressed Denim Jacket. (It's on sale right now!) My mom bought it about a month ago, and I ended up really liking it. I had a denim jacket that I wanted to update and make trendier. I've had this jacket since my senior year of high school and it was my favorite denim jacket. It just needed a little sprinkling of refashion magic to be a closet favorite again. :) I am currently loving any distressed denim, and that was actually my favorite part of…

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Hey y’all, today we’re going to talk about denim jackets, or more specifically how to alter a jean jacket. Why would you want to alter one? Well, in my case it all has to do with patina and fading. I love vintage things. I love that they have history and stories and that there is...Read More Ponchos, Denim, Jeans, Altering Clothes Refashioning, Upcycle Jean Jacket, Altering Jeans, Upcycle Jeans, Altering Clothes, Sewing Alterations

Hey y’all, today we’re going to talk about denim jackets, or more specifically how to alter a jean jacket. Why would you want to alter one? Well, in my case it all has to do with patina and fading. I love vintage things. I love that they have history and stories and that there is...Read More

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Sarah Edmonson
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Frayed jeans are not a new fashion trend. Cut-off denim shorts have been worn for decades. The only difference is that back in the ’70s, you made your own. Now designers charge up to $250 for a distressed frayed pair of jeans. It has been years since I took a pair of scissors to my denim. But last week, I changed that for me.

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Ron Joyce Cirelli