Thursday, 2 March 2017

WILD WILD WEST - diy cowboy jeans


Hello everyone

I know I have been inactive in the blog for quite sometime now, but I was working on the blog theme. How do you guys find the new look of my blog? Do let me know in the comments below. Now back to this post. Well, as now most of you would have figured it out that I love creating and experimenting with my old outfits,  maybe its the designer streak in me. So, here I am with another DIY. 




Its basically a very simple and easy DIY and will give a cowboy kind off look to your old jeans. Remember the movie "Wild Wild West" which was a period film set in the 40s-50s, which had those cowboy hats and boots and tassels. Well this DIY is an inspiration from that movie itself.




Things you will need:

  • Old pair of jeans (preferably skinny fitted)  
  • PomPom Balls (in black or brown)
  • Thread and needle
  • Tailor's chalk

All you need to do is take the side seam of your jeans and mark points where you want to put your pompom balls with a tailor's chalk. Distance between two balls depends completely on the style that you want. Here I have taken a 1" gap between all the balls. You can increase or decrease the gap with your liking. Now the only thing left to do is stitch the balls with a thread and needle to your jeans at exactly those marked points. 







You can also use a smaller or bigger sized pompoms and if you have a tassel kind of thing available than that would look the best and give you a complete cowboy look. Alternatively you can also create tassels at home ( https://www.facebook.com/womansdaymagazine/videos/10153728837031783/). 

I have completed this look with a pink paisley printed shirt, which I have no idea when and where I got in from coz its waaaay old and a brown belt from Jabong.

To give this look a more cowboy effect, I have taken these platform heels from Catwalk and completed my whole look.





Hope you guys liked this DIY. Let me know in the comment section below if you have any queries. Also do show me your DIY cowboy jeans. 

Keep it chic!
the CHIC gazette

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