You Can Now Customize Your Very Own Pair of Ripped and Distressed Jeans

You no longer have to search through racks of jeans for the perfect one!
by Erin Torrejon   |  May 30, 2015
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Distressed, ripped denim jeans is one of today's biggest trends. It's part of the '90s comeback in fashion and we're definitely big fans whether it's in the form of slouchy boyfriend pants or high-waist skinny ones. But since we know it's not always easy finding the right pair, we're here to share with you something great that happens this weekend only. Denim brand Lee is holding a DIY Rip and Repair Denim Refreshment workshop wherein you get to fully customize your pair of denim pants through 3 different stations. The first station is for ripping, slashing, grinding, and creating distressed sections on your jeans. The 2nd is for alteration and sewing on patchwork and the last is for adding paying splatters adding your own monogram onto the jeans. Want to create your own pair? Just head to the Atrium in Mall of Asia and purchase a pair of Lee jeans and you can join the DIY workshop for free. This workshop is only until tomorrow! 


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Erin Torrejon
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Resident fashion and beauty girl. I’m a health-nut who devotes cheat days to french fries and other glorious carbs. I live at the beach and I can talk about movies, music,  clothes, and my current beauty obsessions for hours on end. 
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