Unless you live under a rock, you probably know who Kanye West is.
'Ye has been dropping music since 2004. Whether you're a fan or not, he is a topic of convo for every news outlet. Instead of getting into detail about the artist himself, I want to talk a little about his fashion line.
Every celebrity is rocking his shit. From shoes to ridiculously over-priced tees. & unless you can afford to drop $500 on a shirt, it's time to get creative.
I'm not sure why distressed clothing is so trendy right now. But I've hopped on the bandwagon. Everyone wears holes in their jeans. And now, it's cool to have a shirt that looks like it made it out of World War 2.
Guys. I'm not even shitting you. People actually pay good money for this. $500. For that. ------>
I'm not hatin' on you Kanye. You're killin' it in the fashion industry.
But I'll be damned if I'm not about to take a pair of scissors and do this myself.
If you've been on the fence about this trend, take an old shirt and just fuck it up. What could go wrong?
I guess it's the idea of looking like you don't care. If that's the case, count me in.
I distress my own jeans, so I thought I'd try this out. If you can get a t-shirt from a thrift store for $3 and make it look like it came fresh from a Yeezy store, why wouldn't you? Don't be a label whore. Although, I'm sure Mr. West would appreciate it.
I don't feel the need to give a step-by-step tutorial. There's a million on YouTube already. Shout out to you savvy fuckers. Use scissors & a razor. Go crazy on that shirt & the outcome may surprise you.
If you do it right, you may be able to tell everyone it's from Yeezy Season 4 & you totally paid $500 for it.
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