6 Clever Styling Tips to Make Your Old Clothes Cooler

Clever Styling Tips to Make Your Old Clothes Cooler

 

 

 

We all tend to get bored of the same old clothes after a certain amount of time, but this does not mean that you, throw the clothes away or simply stop wearing them, instead you can use certain hacks to make them interesting, eye-catching and fresh again.

 

Patch Your T-shirt/Shirt

Apply patches to any shirt to change the look and give it a small twist

  1. Place the article on a flat surface.
  2. Keep the patch on the t-shirt\shirt and heat the iron to the hottest setting possible. 
  3. Position the heated iron above the patch and press down firmly for approximately 15 seconds.
  4. After removing the iron, allow the patch to cool down for about 5 minutes. 

And now, the old T-shirt\Shirt has a fresh, reinforced look.       

 

Use Badges on T-shirt\Shirt

Apply trendy badges on the boring old t-shirt\shirt to change the get-up and give it a fashionable look.

 

Patch Your Backpack

Apply patches to change the look of the backpack and give it a nice twist

  1. Place the article on a flat surface.
  2. Keep the patch on the backpack and heat the iron to the hottest setting possible.
  3. Position the heated iron above the patch and press down firmly, applying as much pressure as possible for approximately 15 seconds.

And now, the old backpack has a new, different look.

 

 

Badge your Backpack

Change the vibe of the old backpack simply by adding badges and changing its look. Quirky badges look cool and give off a fun sort of vibe from the user of that backpack.

 

 

 

Patch Your Jeans\Pants

Apply patches to jeans to change the look and give it a nice, small twist

  1. Place the article on a flat surface.
  2. Keep the patch on the jeans\pant and heat the iron to the hottest setting possible.
  3. Position the heated iron above the patch and press down firmly, applying as much pressure as possible for approximately 15 seconds.
  4. Secure the patch by sewing the patch onto the fabric to prevent it from falling off, but use a thread that matches the color of the patch.

 

And now, the old jeans\pant has a new shine to it.

 

 

 

Ripped Effect for Jeans

To create a ripped effect, means to give torn effect to jeans to give them a new look. Here is the best way to create the effect.

  1. Keep a cardboard or wood inside to protect the backside of the jeans.
  2. Mark the area you want to cut with a chalk or pencil and make a small cut on the jeans with a knife, blade or scissors.
  3. Tear the jeans by hand to the length of your choice.
  4. Reinforce the cut by sewing around it to prevent further ripping of the jeans.

    And voila, your old jeans, now has a fresh, trendy look.

     

     


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