Uneven frayed denim has been so popular recently and it’s so difficult to find frayed denim at the store that fits perfectly. So, I decided to do it myself at home with some old jeans. These are the materials that you will need to do this: an old pair of straight legged denim, scissors, seam ripper, measuring tape or ruler, pen.
Cut the jeans just above the hem
Measure how much you want to cut off and draw a line with a pen. Make sure you try the jeans on before to see how much you want to cut off. I made the back hem approx 2 inches longer than the front to get the uneven look.
Use the seam ripper to rip through the side hems until you reach the line where you want to cut off.
Then cut across the line.
Start pulling out some threads to give it a frayed look. Put in washer and dryer for finishing touch.
I like to wear mine with ankle boots, but you can wear them with flats too. If you don’t like the uneven hem, just follow the same steps but cut them evenly. Let me know how it goes if you try it at home!