Fashion, Style

Spring Trends 2017 : Novelty Denim

Denim is the one trend that consistently reinvents itself. Right now there’s a lot of variety and even more creativity happening in the industry. Designers are now using interesting finishes and unconventional cuts to modernize.


Now I’ll be the first to admit, I have a pretty plain and basic style sometimes. I had to force myself to purchase these jeans. Don’t get me wrong, I love them! I just don’t like the idea of knowing that I probably won’t wear them too often. So if you’re like myself and still want to try this trend I’ve listed a few ways below to make your old jeans new and trendy!

  • Ultra-wide legs – Take a pair of your old flare leg jeans and cut them 2 inches below your knee. After, throw them in the washer and dryer to create a rigged seam. Simple!
  • Patchwork – If you’re feeling really crafty take two pairs of old jeans. Use one pair for the base and one pair to chop! Cut your patches and sew a running stitch along the perimeter of the patch at about a quarter-inch distance from the border. Iron the patches out and you are done!
  • Embellishments – Visit your local Craft store to choose the embellishments. Once you have them picked out, create a layout of how you would like them then place a hot glue on the area of your choice and attach the jewels or studs.
  • Cheap and Easy Distressing – This step is by far the easiest. Just cut slits in your jeans. Once you have washed and dried them a few times they’ll be perfectly distressed!

Ready to make or buy a pair of Novelty Jeans? Let me know what you think in the comment section below!

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3 Comment

  1. Reply
    Pretesa Hunt
    April 4, 2017 at 8:02 pm

    I’m feeling the denim. I like the fact that there are no set rules. Just do whatever feels good.

  2. Reply
    Veronica Howard
    May 21, 2017 at 8:50 am

    I have a wide-legged pair of light colored jeans. I think I just might have to try cutting them in a similar style. Hopefully it will give me a fresh look of the summer.

  3. Reply
    Veronica Howard
    May 21, 2017 at 8:51 am

    Oops! I meant to say, “for the summer”.

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