TOP
Monday,September 24,2018 20:43 PM

Ripped jeans and all about them

By Stella Nassuna

Added 13th March 2016 08:25 AM

Jeans with a slight cut/rip are good for people who hate drama, and standing out, while the huge cuts are good for very daring people.

Rippedbig 703x422

Jeans with a slight cut/rip are good for people who hate drama, and standing out, while the huge cuts are good for very daring people.



You can call them whatever you wish; ripped, shredded, rugged, distressed, damaged or destroyed jeans; name it all, but these cuties in their messy self are here to stay.

From 80s to date; they are a true representation of what one could call a natural wear and tear of clothing in the early times.

 
According to online sources in the 80s, most ripped jeans were a result of the unprivileged individuals in society; those who loved their jeans to bits that they wore them to a wear and tear point, and thus the birth of the ripped jeans.

In the early years it was mainly rips at the knee, but lately there are rips all over the jeans;  those ripped naturally, ones ripped on purpose, and ones ripped during manufacturing process.

 

These three types can be further be broken down into three more specific types; the ripped skinny small cut jeans; sequel ripped jeans, and ripped huge cut jeans.

The ripped skinny small cut-jeans are those with slight cuts, usually not so pronounce as the huge cuts, or sequel ripped jeans.

 
The ripped jeans come in all sizes, from just skinny (small), to just fitting (medium), and baggy jeans or what many could call the boyfriend jeans (large/xtra-large).

Jeans with a slight cut/rip are good for people who hate drama, and standing out, while the huge cuts are good for very daring people.

The good news though is that this style is trendy and very much fashionable, and it is not only for the ladies, but also men.

 
You can buy ripped jeans, or you can make them at home; at home you will need a pair of  scissors, or a blade, mark out the area you want to cut with a distinct maker line; pinch at the line and force a tiny hole into the line using the scissor or blade.

It is that tiny hole that you will work through as you rip your jean.

Remember most fabrics can be ripped, (cotton, jersey, linen, and more), regardless of different hues, white, blue, yellow, prints, black, and many more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 










Related Articles

More From The Author

Related articles