My first OOTD insta!
I should have started doing these sooner, but oh well, it’s never too late to start.
I found these Levi’s mom jeans at a thrift store for 5 bucks - cut em up and hemmed the bottom because with my thighs, the shredded look just doesn’t cut it. Afterwards, I made rips in the front with a screwdriver. NOTE: this works a lot better than scissors because a screwdriver isn’t as “clean” and comes out of the wash with that real ripped look. And if you know me, you know I love my studs, so of course, I added a little studded accent to the butt pockets. 
My shirt was a Large men’s Ruca shirt I bought at a thrift store for $2. I made it a cropped top with a tie in the front. A template for that is easy enough to find on Pinterest. Then I rolled the sleeves to a more feminine length and sewed a couple corners tight so they wouldn’t roll down in the wash. 
Also, rocking my new Steve Madden boots. love them. 

My first OOTD insta!

I should have started doing these sooner, but oh well, it’s never too late to start.

I found these Levi’s mom jeans at a thrift store for 5 bucks - cut em up and hemmed the bottom because with my thighs, the shredded look just doesn’t cut it. Afterwards, I made rips in the front with a screwdriver. NOTE: this works a lot better than scissors because a screwdriver isn’t as “clean” and comes out of the wash with that real ripped look. And if you know me, you know I love my studs, so of course, I added a little studded accent to the butt pockets. 

My shirt was a Large men’s Ruca shirt I bought at a thrift store for $2. I made it a cropped top with a tie in the front. A template for that is easy enough to find on Pinterest. Then I rolled the sleeves to a more feminine length and sewed a couple corners tight so they wouldn’t roll down in the wash. 

Also, rocking my new Steve Madden boots. love them. 

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