Not so long ago, the fashion world went crazy with ripped jeans, and now they are universally recognized as anti-brand. Do not be discouraged if you managed to find a pair that ideally sat on the figure, and do not rush to put it in the back box. Here are some ways to redo jeans using patches. Arm yourself with bright threads, a fabric with an interesting print and a drop of patience.
Pop art at its peak. Print in the form of comics can be supported by writing on the canvas.
Do not overlook the departments for children. The theme of cartoons from the 90s is still relevant.
Not so long ago a cut was allowed in these places, but today we will have to put a low-key patch.
Several large gaps can be closed with a patch of a fairly large area. The shiny fabric is active on its own, therefore it is better to choose a very simple form.
Delicate patterns in print are balanced by Japanese textured embroidery.
Very bright jeans, embroidered with sequins for the most daring.
The patch may be ironic. The edges of the gaps can not even handle.
Two trends on the same jeans: cartoon characters of past years are depicted in the style of pin-up.
A lot of patches can look stylish. To keep the image restrained, choose strict shoes and accessories.
You can safely combine completely different colors and prints, while maintaining the unity of the textures of the patches.
Someone goes further and mixes very different textures. It goes better with patches of small sizes.
Patchwork in action. Again, one texture is presented in different colors.
An interesting way to seal a rather large hole with an internal patch.
The hippie style was recreated using a fabric with a distinctive print and bright colors.
Another interesting example of Japanese embroidery. If you can not hide the patch, focus on it.
Some jeans will be a great donor for reworking others.
If in doubt, whether the patch material will suit your jeans, ask yourself a question: would a shirt made of such fabric look with them? If the answer is yes - feel free to sew!