This is how you shorten your jeans while keeping the original hem! A great trick to reattaching the hem will keep your jeans from looking unfinished: http://www.ehow.com/how_2305591_reattach-original-jeans-hem.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=inline&utm_campaign=fanpage
Frayed Hem Jeans, Worn With Classic, Simple White Sneakers at Milan Fashion Week // More Winter Style Ideas from the Best MFW Fall 2016 Street Style: (http://www.racked.com/2016/2/25/11112352/mfw-fall-2016-street-style)
Many of you asked about the jeans I wore in last week's DIY so I thought I'd share the far too easy steps to achieve the same look. They were inspired by a pair of Vetements, worn by Pernille Teisbaek, during London Fashion Week. I loved the raw, uneven hem so much that I immediately pulled an
How to hem your jeans and keep the original hem! It will work with flares. The only difference is that you need to do a small reinforced stitch to resize the hem to the width of the pants where you'll hem. Sofie Love has a blog that demonstrates this.
I actually learned this technique while working at a denim retailer. It is the absolute best way to hem your jeans without losing the detail of the bottom hem. BEFORE ALTERING: BOTTOM OPENINGS: When altering a pair of jeans you always want to consider the bottom opening. Straight leg denim is the easiest because you … … Continue reading →