And cut my little heart out (man, that sounds way more violent than it should).
And then ironed my little heart out (again: ick).
I’ve got some swell little shorts.
Which are covered in authentic paint splotches (I did work in them to work them in).
Wore them with my new (to me) leather vest.
It’s a combination that’s rather b-b-b-bad to the bone, isn’t it?
I’M IN LOVE!!! Big up Kels!
love the biker chic look – i think the hotness level can be ramped up further if you paired with your cut-out wedge boot/sandals?
I think they are just perfect! well done….
wow! they look great! love how you styled them!
I have done the same to an old jean, that did not fit me so good… now it is an awesome pair of shorts!!!!
Love the look! Totally fabulous DIY!
Wow, love what you did to these jeans! They fit so perfectly as well… so many cut-offs are either too tight or too loose. Great job!
Okay, this is fabulous. I have a few pairs of baggy jeans that I plan on cutting and donning as cut-off shorts. You have only inspired me to complete the job immediately! :)
Ooh they look fantastic–great job!
Oh wow, the shorts look absolutely fabulous :) And I am loving that leather waistcoat! Hope you’re having a fantastic day dear.
they look awesome! (truth: i totally LOL’d at your write-up.) now i’d like to see how your bookcase turned out.
WOW! These are solely Bad to the BONES and to top off these fashionably FAB shorts is that Amazing Leather vest, now put the two together and what else can I say except: YOU ROCK ! ! !
lookin good my dear. and you can call them ALL YOUR OWN.
VERY sexy! What a cool project… looks way better than something store bought. Right on!
They look wonderful. I’ve been meaning to hit the thrift store, get some old jeans and do the same.
This could have been very cute if you weren’t so damn sexy! And then the leather vest!