Wash them out
For a truly ‘mature’ appearance, and to harsh up the strands, firstly, give your jean trousers two or three washes. On the off chance that you add a little dye to it, because dye reduces its colour.
Slip them on and stamp them up
Put on the jean, at that point get a pen, chalk, security sticks or dress pins to mark precisely where you need your torn designs and rips to be. The thickness of the denim and it’s nearness to your skin will as well determine how visible or thick the marks would be, we discover chalk the most clear cut mark evidence. Next, lay them level on the floor and in the event that you’ve utilized chalk or a pen, go over the lines to make them visible.
Accumulate the important upsetting devices
To guarantee your pants look as really torn/ripped as could reasonably be expected, a cheddar grater, steel wool, sandpaper and a pumice stone or foot document work best. To make openings, use a couple of little yet sharp nail scissors; exactness is key here. Wedge a bit of cardboard or a little wooden square inside the legs to protect the back of the jean trousers.
The last Thing To Do
Take your scissors and use the edge (not the tip) to rub down the length of the pants evenly in the regions that you need the tears to frame. Stop when you begin to see the white strings. Snatch your tweezers and sporadically shred strings. On the off chance that you need openings, cut the strings with your scissors. Lastly, get your grater, pumice stone or sandpaper again to unpleasant up some different zones where you’d hope to see the successful wear and tear, for example, the lower legs, a pocket or down the side.