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Fashionista NOW : How To Slay The Style Game In Patched Denim?

Denim with embroidered patches: It’s back and the fashion girls are slaying the style game in this denim trend.

I personally wouldn’t wear denim with embroidered patches as I’d lived through a phase when I’d worn shirts stamped with them before.

Now, those shirts stay in a dark hole where memories of questionable clothing I’d worn in the past remain.

However, the new look of strategically-placed patches of today’s denim staple has a certain 90s appeal that does make me look back nostalgically into the time when I’d watched music videos on a fat TV whilst trying to forget that I wore the weirdest stuff ever.

Coming back to the subject of embroidered patches on denim – and especially if you fancy fixing holes on your old denim jacket or pants with embroidered or stamped on patches – do kindly eyeball the looks that these fashionistas have come out with to find that it’s possible to make a statement out of something that I’d honestly thought look quite ridiculous on myself.


What do you think of this denim trend with patches? Is this a style you’d wear or repeat again if you’d worn them as a 90s child? Be sure to drop your thoughts down below – I’d be delighted to know what you think.

“You need to learn how to select your thoughts just the same way you select your clothes every day. This is a power you can cultivate. If you want to control things in your life so bad, work on the mind. That’s the only thing you should be trying to control.”Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love

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