32 DIY Embellishment Ideas to Renovate Your Old Clothes
The old clothes may have lost their charm for you but little damages can always be cured. DIY is here with its remarkable magic of infusing different styles together.
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Give your looks a chance to shine because these embellishments are your key to imbibe novelty in your clothes again. We have researched and chosen the best ones for you. Find out more and go ahead to try them out.
32 Mind Blowing DIY Embellishment Ideas To Make your Old clothes New
1. Elbow patch DIY
Draw a heart shape on a felt sheet and cut it. Cover the back with fabric. Take your old t-shirt and stick the heart shape onto the elbow part. Let it dry for 24 hours. The result is astounding and a cute top is ready.
2. No sew pocket t-shirt DIY
Print a free pattern on heavy weight paper. Cut the extra lines. Place it on the fabric, trace and cut. Do this pocket shape. Apply fabric glue to paste the fabric t-shirt. For firmness you can iron it. Let it dry for half an hour. Now wear this tee with pride.
3. Pearl embellished shoulders DIY
Take your old black sweater. Make its shoulder part appear adorable by using pearls. All you need to do is stitch the pearls onto the shoulder part of the sweater. Your warm weather now looks one step above with this DIY trick.
4. Leather pocket DIY
Take a grey t-shirt and use faux leather to fix the pocket onto the t-shirt. Cut the leather in the pocket shape and sew it on the top. A basic top got an upgrade with this little and easy trick.
5. Ripped jeans into printed denims DIY
Take a ripped jeans and transform its style into a whole new trend. Bring on a white fabric color and paint the pant in circular manner to get polka dots design. Let it dry for a while. No more claims of being out dated because it’s trendy. Team it up with high heels to add more essence.
6. Shirt into embellished collar DIY
Take a white collared shirt. Clear off the damages with the help of pearl studs. All you need to do is form a symmetry in them and stick them with the help of fabric glue onto the collar. The new enhancement is just adorable.
7. Gem sweatshirt DIY
Take an old grey sweater. This doesn’t need a lot. Just grab on some artificial gem stones. Now stick them onto the collar. Do it in three layers and three colors to make it look pretty. The sweater is all set to add glam to your attire.
8. Beads studs DIY
Take a pastel colored shirt and give its collar some change. Now add it to your weekend wardrobe. Take pearls in three colors and sew them onto the collar. Make sure it forms a cluster first and then spreads out to give a different touch. You just got the selfie game right with this new shirt.
9. Embellished formal shirt DIY
Take your formal shirt and embellish it. This may take some time, as it needs symmetry and embroidery method. Now take a few beads and formal different shapes with them. Stitch them onto your shirt. This one is for the whole shirt. In the end it looks quite amazing.
10. Embellished shorts DIY
Get summer ready with these embellished shorts. Grab on some different embellishments like threads, lace, and beads. Now sew them onto one pocket of the shorts. This colorful spark looks modern and can be teamed up well with crop tops. Try it out!
11. Jeans bottom DIY
Aren’t we all tired of the alterations? Here is a way out. No more worrying about folding the pants inward. Try out this DIY. Use studs in bronze color and cuff your jeans. Choose a pattern and now add these studs onto the cuff. Repeat for the other side too. Ta-da your jeans is all set now.
12. Lip print DIY
Take an old t-shirt and cut off the collar. Now draw a huge lip shape with the help of pink tones and trace it onto the top. Let it dry. This looks perfect for your hang out times. It’s casual and super comfortable.
13. Shoulder upgrade DIY
Take a black top. Grab a leather fabric. Now cut it in a flower shape. Take few pearls and add this to the center of flowers. Stitch this design onto one side of the shoulder and sleeve. Get party ready with this style!
14. Cold shoulder top DIY
Grab an old t-shirt. Cut the sleeves in half circular form on both the sides. Now take pearls and stitch them onto the sides of the sleeves. This spells totally uber chic look.
15. Decorated shorts DIY
Beat the heat with these trendy shorts. Infuse white paint onto both the sides of the shorts. Also for embellishment stitch some gem designs on the pockets. It’s quick and doesn’t appear boring anymore.
16. Lace and ribbon top DIY
Take a coral top and get lace design in floral form. Now cut the pieces and stick them in a set of three on the top. Add ribbons for more enhancement to the top. Explore and get creative here because it’s about to rock your fashion world.
17. Text tee DIY
Take a basic plain t-shirt and also iron on art. Now cut the top in crop top size and trace the iron on art with the help of Iron. You can write whatever you wish to. Club this top with accessories to appear beaut with it.
18. Dress DIY
Give your white short dress an ombre effect. Use ombre creator here and color the bottom part of it by doing this. Dry it out on your washing machine. The summer dress is a stealer for sure.
19. Lace t-shirt DIY
Grab an old grey t-shirt. Take lace fabric now and cut it in a collar shape. Now sew it on the front side. Cut the top in the same shape so that the lace is highlighted. The transformation is chic and looks perfect for sunny days.
20. DIY embellished collar
Take a collar shirt. Add few cds. Heat the cds in water for a while. Now cut them in triangular shapes. Stick them on the collar. The mirror style is in and old fashion just got discarded with this new technique.
21. Heart shape patch DIY
Take an old t-shirt. Use smooth fabric. Add it to the cutlet maker and create the heart shape. Put it onto the elbow part. Iron it so that it stays firm on the sleeve. The patch is ready to add drama to your look.
22. Acid wash shorts
Take your shorts and give it a touch of acid wash. Do this with its creator. Spread it across unevenly. Once done let it dry and your brand new shorts are now established.
23. Heart shaped denims DIY
Make heart stencils on a cardboard. Now use fabric paint and use this stencil onto the jeans and color your whole pant on both the sides. This style is classy and definitely unique to knock off any look.
24. Ribbon Backless DIY
Take a top in a subtle color and cut its back. Now take a floral fabric and create ribbon styles. Make at least 6 of the same. Now sew the ribbons on the back part. Your new top is ready to hit the brunch times now on.
25. Bra DIY
Take a lace bra. Now fold it. Take studs and glue them onto the bra. Accentuate your style and dance it off in clubs with this style. Wear it underneath your blazer to add more spark.
26. DIY studded cuff jeans
Gather the needed materials. Now take one stud on the bottom row of the cuff. Use pliers to fold it down. Fill the pattern with studs in your desired form. Stud the other side as well.
27. Lip design DIY
Take a t-shirt and use a stencil to create a lip shape. Then add lace cut out to your top in the lip shape. Glue it up. The top now looks innovative and quite eye popping.
28. DIY graphic tees
Cut out a cool headline from the newspaper. Now remove the wordings and create the same onto the top. Wear it with your kimono and shorts to give out cool vibes.
29. DIY pom pom sleeved sweater
Take balls and now stitch the pom poms onto the sleeve of the sweater. Do this on both the sleeves. Wear it with your skirts and appear modish with this sweater.
30. Back gracy top DIY
Add some grace and lace to your old striped tee. Cut a black lace in a moon shape and tape it onto the backside of your top. Now iron that part so that it remains intact. This one is love and you would fall for it for sure.
31. Sequin sweater DIY
Take a knitted sweater and use sequin fabric to enhance its elbow. Draw an oblong shape on a paper. Cut the shape of sequin fabric in the same manner. Now stitch the sequin fabric onto the elbow. Brighten up your chilly day now with the new knit wear.
32. Tartan elbow patch DIY
Take a sweater and cut a piece of paper in an oval shape. Now use tartan print fabric. Now pin and stitch it onto the sweater. Use the elbow part for this. This is totally an upliftment to your old monotonous sweater.
These techniques might look prosaic but they are totally feasible. Explore more in this field because DIY’s can keep one hooked always to remain up-to-the-minute.