Ripped Jeans – 4 Ways To Make Them Easily


Ripped Jeans—We all love them. They are all over the place, and we can’t get enough of them ripped. Ripped denim is a popular style, but buying the ripped jeans are can be expensive. Yes, we are a generation who pay for stuff like this. Luckily, you can create this trend yourself in different ways by following few steps. We can make it by using simple tools like the fabric with a piece of sandpaper, then snipping a hole with a pair of scissors.

Make Holes 


Making holes to make your jeans ripped is also a style that is in vogue right now. Ripe jeans is more attractive when it is with tiny holes. Lay your jeans out flat on a table, and use a pencil or chalk to mark the places you want to tear. As a beginner, try a smaller holes or if you want to try bigger ones try them closer to the pocket so that you are still covered with the pocket cloth if the hole gets big or awkward. If you are confident, by all means, do it. Cut off the portion with scissors and then fray the edges, or you could just remove threads with tweezers.

Fray Edges


If you are very interested in the ripe jeans but not confident about that, then try a Fraying at the edges. It makes you feel and shows you with confidence. Fraying the edges is another fun way to rip your jeans. If you are not very experimental, this is a good place to start. It is fashionable, yet not over the top. Cut the end of the jeans or your shorts slightly and start removing threads with tweezers. You could also scrape the edges off with a razor or sandpaper.

Remove the threads

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Basically, every jean had white threads horizontally and blue threads vertically. It was clueless about this up until the point is identified to ripe.  Mark your area up to the area where you want to remove threads. So, to get this ripped striped look all you have to do is start tweezing out the vertical blue threads off the patch, As a first-timer, removing the first few threads will be the hardest, but it will loosen up as you progress and it gets much easier.

Fray Pockets

Fraying pockets are subtle and an interesting way to rip your jeans. It adds extra spunk and makes it cool. Just take off the top layer of the pocket, without going too deep. Then, either scrape the surface with a razor or sandpaper or just remove some threads with tweezers. It is just an amazing thing that different style that is in vogue now.