DIY Studded Lace Pockets (Jean Shirt)

jeanshirtdiyD.I.Y Items:

-Old Jean Shirt (with pockets)


-Lace trim


-Measuring Tape



Jean me, stud me and lace me!  That’s exactly how I’m feeling today. For some odd reason I had so much energy. I thought to myself…let me take advantage of this time because I know I will end up getting tired or even too busy to do this project. Then I ran over to my DIY bin (yes literally RAN like a crazed toddler at craft time LOL ) and started pulling out trim and fabric. I know my neighbors below me were pissed 🙄 . Word to the wise: never live over top of angry people. It will be HELL!

On a happy note, I was going to be having a little fun time to myself <–(Did that sound lonely? Comment below & let me know) Really I’m in giggles even writing this story but anyways  at first I was going to DIY a pair of shorts inspired for Coachella. I shortly changed my mind because I wouldn’t have enough time to finish. I quickly thought of option B and grabbed the thrifted jean shirt that I scored last year for 2$ instead and got to work!

This do-it-yourself  is easy peasy. I tend to like easy quick alternatives. This project gives you that needed accent to an already good structured shirt. Something to make it your own. To turn simple into exclusive.

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Items Needed: shirt trim studs scissors measuring tape 
[After starting I changed my stud to the brass triangle instead of the silver square as pictured above. Note finished picture. I liked the look better] 

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Measure your pocket, cut trim accordingly, place trim on pocket and align stud as desired. Be careful with studs they might be hard to get through the denim (use a butter knife or your scissors to bend backs)

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Before & After


Shortlink http://eeb.me/954785

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