Now that it’s the last few days of summer and fall’s on its way, I decided to unpack my winter clothes today. And boy do I have quite a few pair of jeans! I guess that’s the 1 item I’m always looking for a better pair of- they’re usually too loose in the hips but too tight in the thighs (I have a guy’s figure πŸ™ ) So far, the best fit for me is Armani Exchange and along the way to discovering that, I’ve accumulated quite a few other pairs. So I thought I’d look for some inspiration as to what to do with them πŸ™‚

Christopher Kane x J Brand DIY

Christopher Kane’s one of those brands that screams DIY at me when I look at his clothes so I’m glad the lovely Alicia decided to do a DIY inspired by his collaboration with J Brand. To be honest, when I first saw the rhinestones, I wasn’t sure about the pattern but after seeing Alicia model it, it does look awesome! πŸ™‚ Full tutorial on and photo credit to:


Song of Style distressed DIY

DIY’s getting so mainstream that even fashion bloggers like Aimee Song are featuring them on their blogs. To see how Aimee made this pair, visit:Β Photo credit to the lovely Aimee of course!

To give the jeans even more personality, use a fabric pen and paint over the frayed bits. The bits of colour will make your jeans pop!


Love Aesthetics distressed jeans

Looks like we have another 3 new blogs featured in today’s round-up πŸ™‚ I really like the take on distressed jeans here- these type of jeans are usually so expensive and I really don’t see the point in paying more than Β£50 for a pair. In fact, for jeans, the cheaper the better I say! Video tutorial and photo credit toΒ


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