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Fashion - Embroidered denim jacket

Hey lovelies,
Embroidery its everywhere, I dabbled in it last year but this year its really everywhere and especially on denim, and oh I so "needed" an embroidered denim jacket. Thats where I had to think outside the box I was unemployed I couldn't just throw away £50 on a denim jacket, especially as I already owned 2, so I got crafty, this pale blue oversized denim jacket was a depop purchase last year for a bargain £6, so I decided to embroider it myself, as I can't sow for toffee I again had to think, that's when I discovered iron on adhesive that makes adding patches to my jacket a breeze. The patches themselves where from Ebay, they have tonnes and the adhesive from Amazon, so for spending about a tenner I had transformed my humble denim jacket into a statement piece.

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floral blouse 

Will you be embracing the embroidered trend for Spring/summer?
I'm thinking about what I can " embroider " next.

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  1. Loving this trend at the moment, such a lovely jacket!

    Parie x
    Class and Glitter

  2. I love this coat, I've been considering doing something similar to a pair of my old jeans but I've got to decide on the right pattern first. I love those patches that you've chosen, it really makes your coat stand out!
    Emily xx

  3. Lovely outfit, I love your jacket so much! Gemma x

  4. Hey Kate .

    Great outfit post! I love the jacket ❤

    Love tash xx


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