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    As above!

    Before 374 people try to tell me I can rip my own jeans, I've already wasted enough pairs of jeans trying to do it myself and to be honest they look really stupid. I've tried a couple of methods and it just doesn't have the effect I want. Also the jeans have to look the right kind of old and I keep ripping new jeans and it looks ridiculous.

    So where can I just buy some decent ones? Not the tiny pathetic tears of Dororthy Perkins, more like this:



    Thanks in advance xx
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    A concrete floor and a jagged rock and you're all sorted.
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    I'm looking for a cool pair like those in the pictures too I bought a pair from Miss Selfridge awhile ago, they're awesome but not ripped enough! Tried doing it myself but none of the methods worked
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    aren't ripped jeans out of fashion now?
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    (Original post by jaz_jaz)
    aren't ripped jeans out of fashion now?
    ...I really don't care.
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    Why not buy a cheap pair of jeans and rip it yourself

    Worth trying
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    try river island, they often have some gorgeous jeans in in all styles
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    I happen to be wearing some spectactularly ripped jeans, although this effect was obtained through hours of hard-labour, stone floors and maybe some bleach.

    Also, my mum has also patched them for me in places, which rather spoils the possible coolness.
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    (Original post by jbanjeet)
    Why not buy a cheap pair of jeans and rip it yourself

    Worth trying
    Before 374 people try to tell me I can rip my own jeans, I've already wasted enough pairs of jeans trying to do it myself and to be honest they look really stupid. I've tried a couple of methods and it just doesn't have the effect I want. Also the jeans have to look the right kind of old and I keep ripping new jeans and it looks ridiculous.
    Fail to read much?
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    http://www.topshop.com/webapp/wcs/st...t_category_rn=

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ladies-Faded...7757068&sr=8-8

    http://www.bhs.co.uk/mall/productpag...hsstore/128410

    http://www.asos.com/Religion/Religio...t=-1&clr=Black
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    (Original post by jbanjeet)
    Why not buy a cheap pair of jeans and rip it yourself

    Worth trying
    Sigh.
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    (Original post by Spanghew)
    I happen to be wearing some spectactularly ripped jeans, although this effect was obtained through hours of hard-labour, stone floors and maybe some bleach.

    Also, my mum has also patched them for me in places, which rather spoils the possible coolness.

    It does not. It makes you uber grunge.
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    try asos?
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    I have the first pair, once worn & washed a few times the holes go a lot bigger an tatty, they look well nice now
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    Proper ripped jeans are a badge of honour. You've got to get a decent pair (Levi's) and put in the years. All others are gay. Sorry.
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    Put knives in your washing machine?
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    http://shop.eu.levi.com/GirlsBottoms...043/-Supers---

    http://www.republic.co.uk/Jeans/Craf...ans/invt/61893
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    I have some I've worn so much they look like that.

    I'll sell them for £50 :teeth:
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    http://www.ihateyounatalie.com/?id=1742316
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    (Original post by 0obrighteyeso0)
    As above!

    Before 374 people try to tell me I can rip my own jeans, I've already wasted enough pairs of jeans trying to do it myself and to be honest they look really stupid. I've tried a couple of methods and it just doesn't have the effect I want. Also the jeans have to look the right kind of old and I keep ripping new jeans and it looks ridiculous.

    So where can I just buy some decent ones? Not the tiny pathetic tears of Dororthy Perkins, more like this:



    Thanks in advance xx
    Bring them to me, I can rip them for you free of charge.
    :teeth:
 
 
 
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