DIY Frayed Hem Jeans

Hello guys!

Hope you’re doing good ๐Ÿ™‚

Frayed hem jeans tend to be one of the coolest denim trends of all time. The unfinished pair of jeans without actually having a stitched hem is now everyone’s favourite look. These cropped Jean pants are a good way to show off your quirky footwear that you own. These jeans are on a bit pricey side compared to a basic pair of jeans. But who knows that it is really easy to pull off this denim trend without actually putting a hole in your pocket? Yes, this frayed hem look can be easily achieved only in a few steps.

So, here it goes.

Step 1:

Take a pair of basic denim jeans that you actually like or you don’t. If you have any old jeans that are a bit lengthy on you, you can use them as well.

I’m taking these jeans that i don’t actually wear much.

Step 2:

Now, flip the hem of the jeans backwards and mark them where you want you’re jeans to be cut. Mark along how long you want you’re jeans to be.

Since they are a bit lengthy for me, I marked them over 3-4 inches.

Step 3:

The next step is to cut along the marked lines for both the legs. Use a fabric scissors to get a clean and straight line.

Step 4:

Now, the actual fringes are made using a tweezers and a needle. Using tweezers start plucking the strands of the thread along the hem line. Use a needle to lift up the thread and pluck it using a tweezers. Keep plucking the threads until the desired look is achieved. Now using a scissors cut off the excess threads that are uneven.

This is how it turned out to be.

So here’s the final look of the jeans,

cool, right?

Will be back again!

Until next time, xoxo.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Deepika sekhar says:

    Very useful ๐Ÿ’—keep sharing more


  2. sowjanya yeduru says:

    It looks good on u.


    1. Also looks good on you and everyone as well ๐Ÿ˜Š

      Liked by 1 person

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