DIY Apparel

Pocket Embellishments – Fabspiration

It is a truth universally acknowledged that jeans are your best friends in the casual department of your wardrobe. And we often get influenced by “trending things” and buy a pair of jeans just because it has some embellishment that our other pairs of jeans don’t. And turns out, you don’t wear that pair of jeans as often as you’d think you would at the time of purchase. I call such purchases the “Fantasy Purchases” bought on the whims of a shopaholic mind that gets instant gratification on “owning something that we never had.” But let’s be honest. Jobs are rare, and I’m realising that my hard earned money is just as liquid as my economics professor once said and they doΒ slip by my fingers just as easily as water does.

But I do like a change in my wardrobe, and temporary ways to upgrade it, sound very appealing to me. Since I’mΒ in the mood for playing around with my jeans, a temporary stitching of patches, ribbons, rhinestones and other embellishments around the pocket region of the jeans seems like a great ideaΒ where my pair of jeans get to don a different personality and become more playful!

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All images are sourced from Pinterest, my heavenly source of inspiration.

Hence, stitch your desired embellishments in a way that it doesn’t come off whileΒ wearing it, but once you’re bored of the look, you can easily remove them and bring the pair of jeans back to their original form, or make some other changes with it. I think it’s a fabulous temporary way to upgrade your jeans, without having to spend much!

Mosh. x

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Mosh Wear – Patched Jeans: 1

Hey y’all!

Here is the lovely outfit post for the amazing DIY this week, The Patched Jeans!

Showing it to you in two different outfits,Β here is the first one, with a black embroidered top from Mango.

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DIY Apparel

Do It Yourself – Patched Jeans

Hey y’all!

As promised, this week’s DIY just looks tough, but it’s actually super easy and amazing! <3

Inspired by the patched jeans that Donna Karan designed or even the Philip Lim ones, I’m so happy I could DIY this, and that too with surprisingly less expenses! The patches could be bought in any fabric and accessories stores near your place, and as for the jeans, maybe it’s time to revamp those old jeans that have been collecting dust all these years!

So here are the instructions for the fabulous DIY!

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That’s it! Stayed tuned for outfit posts on this, because this week, we won’t be having just ONE outfit post, but TWO! (*gasp*)

THAT’S RIGHT!

So lots and lots of love for you all, and live fashionably!

– Mosh. x

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