5 Hip Ways To Reuse Old Denim Jeans

It’s always saddening when our favourite pair of jeans wears out, isn’t it?
Rather than sending all of that good, durable fabric to the dustbin, you can use your crafty powers to turn that denim into lots of usable things! Given below are 5 hip and stylish ways in which you can reuse your denim jeans.

 

  1. CUT THEM SHORT

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If your denims are quite fine from the waist and upper section, cut them according to your suitable length and make booty shorts out of them. No one would be able to make out the transformation you gave them. Go ahead. Throw your creativity!

 

  1. PATCH WORK ART

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Have more than 2 old denims? Even better! Cut out patches in a regular shape, and stitch them together, to make a pillow cover, door mat, wall hanging, etc. Let your creativity flow.

 

  1. RIP THEM OFF

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Ripped jeans are in high demand these days. Why go out and spend some random bucks on buying them, when you can rip your old denims just the way you like it, yourself!
yes! Take a pair of scissors, a blade or a knife and start cutting through your jeans giving it the pattern you want to. Walla!

 

  1. WINE BAGS

 

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If you can allow your imagination and creativity to wander a little more than usual, this is the perfect way to actually reuse the old denims. Cut apart the legs of the jeans, and make a wine bag out of them. Attach a ribbon or so, and you will have an excuse to not go empty hands the next time you visit a friend’s party

 

  1. DIY DENIM BAG 

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Give a cute rebirth to your denims, by making a bag out of them. Use the upper part, and cut the legs out. Add lace or whatever you wish to and convert it into a stylish accessory.

 

A good pair of jeans is like an old school friend. Sure, you can donate too-big or too-small jeans to the thrift store, but after years and years of wear and tear, some jeans are just not mendable anymore. All you need to do then is, let your creativity flow!