I love love love everything about Gucci’s embroidered collection of items. From their bags, dresses, denim, and shoes, I am totally smitten! If you’ve been following along on Instagram, you’ll know that I pulled the trigger late in the Summer and purchased the Gucci Princetown leather slipper because ever since the first time I laid my eyes on the rose embroidery, I knew we were meant to be! I’ve been seeing more and more embroidery patchwork pop up all over stores and online and since I couldn’t justify spending more on another statement piece (at least not for another couple of months!) I did what any DIY enthusiast would do, I recreated my own pieces!
It’s been awhile since I worked on a fashion DIY project and I’m SO excited to share these Gucci inspired denim with you! I posted up a short DIY video tutorial below, it’s my first one would love to see what you think.
Keep reading below to see how you can create your own pair of Gucci Inspired Embroidered Denim!
What You Will Need:
- A pair of denim jeans – I used an old pair
- Rose embroidery patches, I cut a larger one into two (here and here from Etsy)
- Fabric glue/Adhesion
Watch the short video for step by step, it’s terribly simple! Just glue, affix, let stand to dry and voila!
Wearing: DIY denim / Suede-like Jacket c/o LE CHATEAU / Sweater from Zara / Buckle Ankle Boots c/o Diesel
I bought a few rose patches and also made a dress which I can’t wait to show you guys. I’ll definitely post it on Instagram, so be sure to follow along!!
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I hope you guys love these DIY embroidered denim jeans as much I as do! And if you do, please share or pin!!
Thanks to Nathalie from WoahStyle for snapping these awesome photos for me!
omg I love this! I will definitely try this. Any other suggestions on where to put the patches aside from the front upper thighs?
I want to see you wear these jeans with your gucci floral slip ons! xxxx
Where can I find these embriodery patches for the Jeans and what is the price in South Africa’s Rand value?
Nice patches ideas on this blog. Great tutorial you shared with me. Thank You.