1. Great, easy and simple tutorial!

  2. 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!

  3. eleanor says

    loove these! they turned out so well! :)

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

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

  6. paige says

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


  7. Shannon says

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


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  9. Not too loose, not too ripped… just perfection!

    XO, J

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