Distressed shorts are my favorite thing to wear in the Summer. However, they can get pretty pricey, ranging in the $200 department for really good rips. And although they can be time consuming to make, they are not difficult to create. I looked up a video, and with my husband's help on one leg, a utility knife and pair of tweezers, we killed these within an hour.
1. Start off with any pair of cut offs.
2. Make cuts as wide as you want them with a utility knife, with about half an inch of height separation.
3. With a tweezer, pull the frays until you see white. You will then pull the vertical, blue threads until you go across the shorts.
4. Between two people, it took an hour to make these, and it was a fun project!
5. After all the threads were pulled, I used the utility knife to cute the sides further out.
I'm off to the Hamptons for a girl's weekend, and will be sporting these there the whole time! Hope you all have a great weekend! If you are in the Miami area, I wanted to share this event that will be a lot of fun!
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