DIY Cutoffs with Closet Collage

Cut offs are a seasoned summer staple. Pair them with tanks, tees, sweaters or blazers and you may never have to take them off. J.Brand and Current/Elliot’s brightly hued cutoffs and Balmain’s hardwear heavy ones offer a little more personality in these timeless shorts and open the doors for further customization.

Closet Collage is the beautiful blog of my friend Jessie. She crafts handmade collages of fashion shows and merges these with inspiration boards to create stunning pieces of art any fashion lover would kill to hang in their home. When Jessie wanted to make some cutoffs of her own, we decided to team up and tackle the challenge. We had an awesome crafternoon of cutting, studding, distressing, and pinning. Be sure to check out her coverage of our collaboration at Closet Collage!


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14 responses to “DIY Cutoffs with Closet Collage

  1. I love that two skulls necklace! Like it’s simple but awesome (:

    Yeah, totally not related to the shorts. Whatevs :P

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  3. Angela

    Where did you buy the studs? I love ’em!!!!!

  4. Joy

    I cannot tell you how much I love this website. I’ve been looking around at your DIY tutorials, and they’re amazing. Thank you for doing what you do!

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  7. Annie

    your DIY’s are amazing! AND you are talented and beautiful. Keep up the great work!

  8. Excellent, what a weblog it is! This webpage
    provides useful information to us, keep it up.

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