Not that impressive but was going to throw away my beat up old light grey converse. Got some black dye and stained the laces and the plastic toe bit ect with some quick applied shoe polish shit.
I bleached these pants. And tapered them. Im thinking about hemming them but I like stacks.
The rectangle is what color they were before I bleached them.
I don't have any before the taper but this is the final look.
Also does anyone know how to do embroidery? I really want to learn and if you know how can you please give me a hand.
I bleached this shirt the darker blue is what it looked like before. Shame it doesn't fit how I want it too. But it's always good just to practice doing stuff.
Had red vans that I bought a long time ago before I got into trying to dress better. Wanted to bleach them so maybe they would fit into my wardrobe better. I think they turned out pretty good.
Fuck it. I like them way better than when they were bright red.
I know you can get sewing machines that do embroidery. You just upload a design to it and it goes for it. They're quite expensive though, and I'm not sure how to hand embroider. Sorry.
buy an embroidery hoop at a craft store, this will keep shit tight while you're pulling the needle through. They will also have fabric with tiny squares in them for easy embroidering, you can get this or just use whatever material you have at home. You probably already have thread but if you don't already, get some with rayon or polyester.
Now that's some high-end cross-stitching tailoring, anon I am proud.
i lost like 50 pounds and have a ton of old fatty jeans
was thinking of this
painted over them with white acrylic paint from walmart (cost 50 cents total)
they still look like the gesso and flake in the same way
None, let them all naturally age and distress, then when they started to losen up towards the end over time I just made them into cut offs and cuffed them because the threading was hanging and it looks better cuffed