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  1. February 27, 2014

    Great, easy and simple tutorial!

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  2. February 27, 2014
    Julie L. says

    This is perfect! I hate the slouchiness of most boyfriend jeans, and as a girl who is wider through the hips/thighs, bf jeans tend to cling to me there, but still have the low crouch, aka not a good look! I’ve been on the search for the perfect pair of distressed jeans, but I have an old pair in my closet that would be perfect for this. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. February 27, 2014
    eleanor says

    loove these! they turned out so well! :)
    xxx
    http://eleanorcos.blogspot.com/

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  4. February 27, 2014

    Great DIY post especially since boyfriend jeans are so on trend!

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  5. February 27, 2014

    Great tutorial! Good way to revive all those “old” jeans in the back of the closet

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  6. February 27, 2014
    paige says

    Loving this tutorial! I have an old pair that I definitely want to try this on!

    Paige
    http://thehappyflammily.com

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  7. February 27, 2014
    Shannon says

    Loving this tutorial! I have a handful of jeans that I would love to try this on!

    Shannon
    http://GBBOfashion.com

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  9. March 2, 2014

    Not too loose, not too ripped… just perfection!

    XO, J
    thewinkblog.net

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    Tara says

    i get an amazing frayed distressed pair of jeans using a cheese grater! The tinier kind for nutmeg works fantastic!

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