high-waisted and super frayed shorts look is def on trend. Snag a pair of mom
jeans from Goodwill and upcycle them into cute shorts. It’s fun, simple and totally green!
to Tie-Dye town
colored dyes to revamp your plain white shorts, just as you would a classic
white tee. Pick a sunny day and be sure
to do this project outside!
a fun afternoon splattering your shorts with a bunch of different colors of
paint. Use a paint brush to fling on
studs to your shorts all by yourself.
All you need is a hot glue gun and some rad studs. Bling out the pockets, edges and waist.
a ribbon on it
on some ribbon or lace to the ends of your shorts for a chic look. Try to find some bright ribbon to make your
pair even more fun.
ya wanna get funky this Fourth of July, create a one-of-a-kind pair of shorts.
Use fabric paint to add stripes and get star-shaped sponges to sponge paint on
quick trick for dirtying up your denim is to pour a cup of ground coffee beans
in a bucket with water and let your shorts soak in them for 24 hours. Hello,
frilly frayed shorts is always stylish. Pear them with anything from wedges to cowgirl boots. Get great fringe
by throwing just-cut shorts into the washer/dryer.
some of your fave-patterned fabric, cut into the size of your pockets and sew
them onto the back of your fave shorts. Floral patterns are great for the summer.
your shorts in a bucket of bleach and watch their color transform rapidly.
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BY ELIZABETH KUNTZ ON 5/26/2013 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN fashion, cheap, trend, summer, how to, jeans, crafts, sewing, diy, fashion, In the mag, June/July 2013