August 16, 2012
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    It’s getting to be that time when we start to think Fall— and as the seasons evolve, so does our style.  Autumn is all about denim, and with a bevy of options, creating your own unique look to stand out from the crowd is key.  We teamed up with the iconic denim masters at Guess to add a colorful twist to an iconic staple…proof that infusing deconstructed denim with a hot pop of color is the perfect way to make an unexpected combo of two cool trends. Be a damsel in distress and wear some tear - make your pair! 

To create:  Grab some jeans, we chose the Guess Starlet Straight.  Sand several sections to break down the fibers.  Use an X-acto knife to scrape each section to further distress and expose the white threads.  Be careful not to slice through the denim and create a hole.  Use a bright color fabric marker to stain the distressed patches.  

CLICK HERE TO WATCH HOW ERICA DISTRESSES HER DENIM! 

 
P.S.- We want to see YOUR denim creations, so upload your Denim DIYs to
Pinterest and tag #PSGuessWhatIMade so we can re-pin your designs on our “Guess what I made with GUESS” Pinboard.
    It’s getting to be that time when we start to think Fall— and as the seasons evolve, so does our style.  Autumn is all about denim, and with a bevy of options, creating your own unique look to stand out from the crowd is key.  We teamed up with the iconic denim masters at Guess to add a colorful twist to an iconic staple…proof that infusing deconstructed denim with a hot pop of color is the perfect way to make an unexpected combo of two cool trends. Be a damsel in distress and wear some tear - make your pair! 
    To create:  Grab some jeans, we chose the Guess Starlet Straight.  Sand several sections to break down the fibers.  Use an X-acto knife to scrape each section to further distress and expose the white threads.  Be careful not to slice through the denim and create a hole.  Use a bright color fabric marker to stain the distressed patches.  
     
    P.S.- We want to see YOUR denim creations, so upload your Denim DIYs to
    Pinterest and tag #PSGuessWhatIMade so we can re-pin your designs on our Guess what I made with GUESS” Pinboard.
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