Over the remaining years, I have accumulated some knowledge on diying (though via the internet more specifically YouTube )
Creating your own identity is fun and unique and I highly recommend you to do/experience it.
I have recreated/ revamped almost to many clothing items to recollect .I can sincerely write, that the obsession came about once i watched two stylish sisters that called themselves the fashion citizens, their YouTube channel symbolizes all that I could visualize myself wearing.
The first item I customized was my light denim jacket with short sleeves .The sleeves were just pointless for The summer so I cut them off using a sharp scissor knife.Once I had finished they gave a ragged flare which added a grungy feel to the top shredded half.
I then bleached the remaining denim with acetone bleach,which created white patches on the jacket.
I was left with finally customizing the jacket vest top so I used acrylic neon yellow to paint the Nirvana sign on the back, using a cut out sign as a trace guide. Lastly I added narrow studs which I pressed on to the top hemline of the jacket.
The vest top was completed and ready to be worn.
Acrylic paint costs - £1 at poundland
Jacket - £15 at new look
Studs - £1.50 pack of two eBay
Bleach brought from any Superstore
Using the same method I was able to transform my plain shorts
Shorts black- £7 internaqtional
Shorts blue- £12 new look
Have fun grudging it up