DIY: Frayed hem jeans

By Sugar Lane - 10:35 PM

Buenos días! Hoy os traigo un DIY de algo que parece sencillo, pero hay que saber cómo hacerlo para que quede bien. Os estoy hablando de cortarle el bajo a unos pantalones vaqueros y que nos queden deshilachados con ese efecto casual. Me encanta como queda ese contraste del jean desaliñado con unos zapatos de tacón y llevaba mucho tiempo pensando en cortar unos, pero por experiencias anteriores se que si metes la tijera sin más, no queda ese efecto con flecos desiguales, así que os traigo un tutorial con los pasos para acortar los vaqueros a la altura perfecta y dejar los bajos deshechos.

Good morning! Today I'm sharing a DIY that looks easy, but you actually need to know how to do it properly. I'm talking about cutting the hem of your jeans and getting that frayed effect for a casual vibe. I love the contrast of pairing it with a pair of heels, and I had been thinking about cutting my denims for a while, but I know from previous experience that is not as easy as cutting them with a pair of scissors. You don't get the frayed effect just like that, so today I'm sharing my tips to cut them on the perfect spot and getting your dreamed frays. 
 


Necesitas / You need:
  • Unos pantalones vaqueros / A pair of jeans
  • Jaboncillo o lápiz / Fabric chalk or a pen
  • Tijeras / Scissors
  • Un metro / Tailor tape
  • Un rallador de cocina / A grater
  • Pinzas de depilar / Tweezers
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Os gustan los bajos de los vaqueros de esta manera? Cómo los combináis?
Do you like this kind of hems? How do you style them?
 
 

 
Os dejo algunas fotos de mi último look con ellos:
Here are some photos of my last outfit wearing them:
 

 

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  1. They look really cool. Gonna give it a try

    Have a nice day
    Kinza Khushboo
    Blog
    Glamorous without the Guilt

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  2. Love how this turned out and I love your shoes!

    District of Chic

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  3. Sara me encanta, y tus zapatos son ideales, ya te lo dije en Instagram.
    Besos rojos por doquier

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  4. Oh I love how this turned out! Looks like you bought them this way. Super impressive.

    Allie of
    www.allienyc.com

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    1. Thank you, I'm quite happy with the result :)

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  5. You did a great job with these jeans they look so good frayed on you, especially with the heels! :)

    Lovely DIY :)

    Hope that you are having a great weekend :)

    Away From Blue

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  6. Incredible Marble There - Dig That Stair Case For Sure - Stay Creative And Be Well

    Cheers

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  7. Love so much the result! I often cut or change my clothes to suit my style better, or when they just become old to re-love them :)
    xx Dasynka
    http://dasynka.com

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  8. I love the end look. Thanks for the tutorial. Those shoes are very cute!
    xoxo
    Lovely
    www.mynameislovely.com

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  9. You did a great job!!!
    Love your nude heels!
    XO
    S
    https://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.com

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  10. awesome ....fantastic work...
    Have a great day.

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  11. A mí no me parece nada fácil de hacer, de hecho tengo vaqueros que me quedan largos y no me he atrevido a hacerlo. Me encanta cómo te ha quedado a ti y la mejor combinación para mí es con tacones.

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    1. Pues a ver si te animas, que el resultado es genial!

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