How to Make Ripped Jeans DIY

The Ripped jeans or ripped jeans were a grunge phenomenon in the early 80’s / 90, but today more than ever this garment is loved by fashionistas of street style and many stars, like Heidi Klum, Kim Kardashian and Miranda Kerr, who wear casually everyday with blazer, high heels or sneakers.

It ‘s the trend of the moment to put on display the knees: the models which are best suited to this style are two, the model boyfriend jeans and skinny jeans, choose a couple very simple, not too discolored and no applications on the market if they are different models, many from which though expensive. But do not worry because now thanks to DIY you can leverage your old jeans, which are not particularly fond of setting them and turning them into a top boss!

With the right materials, patience and following the correct instructions, you can turn your jeans, quickly and effortlessly, let us see how.

The procedure is quite easy, you will need to give your jeans a worn look, scraping sides of which will go to create snags. Usually they are used sandpaper, an abrasive sponge or a cheese grater, small scissors or a utility knife.

Before you start, wearing jeans and crush the part to be cut with a piece of chalk or a pen to be more precise, then over em on a table or on the floor over an old sheet and enter an old newspaper into the vintage style jeans identified by, so when the works, is not likely to cut the rest.

With sandpaper starts to scratch the parts to be cut , until they become much finer, then take the scissors or utility knife and start to cut: stop when you see the white wires inside the fabric and limited to take them out with ‘tweezers (like the one for the eyebrows), as we show in the full tutorial  Kathleen Barnes of Carrie Bradshaw Lied, for a super trendy final effect.
Otherwise, if you want the tear is much bigger, bolder, having cut the fabric, tearing helped with his hands, as there instead shows the fashion bloggers

If you still have doubts, click on this video tutorial:  will show you step by step how to make the perfect Ripped Jeans fashionable.