Inspo, questions, how-to's etc.
How can I do this with my AF1?
My mother did this to my father's denim jacket in the late-60's to early 70's.
What would go well with this old doofy jacket?
work in progress. I am not exactly sure where I am even trying to do.
thats pretty cool
Any ideas for what I can do to these? idc about the Chucks as they're already destroyed but I'd rather not destroy the Nike's
this reminds me of highschool when i felt like dressing as shitty as possible, buying the worst stuff at thrift stores, or clothes so ripped they were barely on me
i think i will start doing that shit again :3
>have old ass flannel shirt
>torn from few spots from the hem
>color is bit faded at some parts due to wear, washing and sun
I'll probably dye it to black, however I was thinking of deliberately tearing the hem more all around to get 'raw hem' look to it
Good or bad idea
Is there any way to change the back heel color easily on stans? I got the red heeled ones super cheap on sale and I like them its just they don't fit with some stuff. I'd like the heel to be either navy or black
If you want to do it right, tape the edges, use acetone soaked cotton balls to remove the coating, and then hit it with ink or dye, even layers of black shoe polish if you wanted.
Eh, I've worn them pretty much daily since they're comfortable so they're getting a bit run down, and it's got scratches/scuffs/hole so can't really wear them for the aesthetics anyway
My jacket, that I've been sewing patches on to.
(Sorry for shit camera quality.)
I got you,
Two are from: http://innerdecay.bigcartel.com/
DEA Patch: http://www.ebay.com/itm/DEA-EUROPE-ASIA-AFRICA-DRUG-ENFORCEMENT-PATCH-/361472934865
Captain Scarlett Patch: http://www.ebay.com/itm/CAPTAIN-SCARLET-Spectrum-Crew-Patch-Logo-Anderson-/200635564580
Others are some that I've found in various stores in various places.
Hope this helps.~
It has sentimental value which is worth more than what you were looking for.
I have a cheap gray sweatshirt like pic related
what should i do with it
If you mean the patch on the hood, that's from Deadman Wonderland. The Radical Ed smiley isn't availlable as a patch. (Or at least, I haven't seen it. Sorry, if it has nothing to do with what you're talking about, btw.)
look, let's face it, I'm not going to even consider killing myself just because I have a plan to dress badly, I shouldn't even have to tell you that.
How can I fade a black sweatshirt to something like this?
the sweatshirt has to be made of cotton first,
then the dye should be plant based,
what i recommend doing is dyeing the garment and then wringing it and rinsing the dye out prematurely.
I have a pair of these, and the wash is really generic
what are some good ways to fade/distress them?
generic light wash is in right now I wouldn't destroy them.
you could maybe distress them lightly by sanding around all the hardware carefully and the hem to get a little fraying.