Bleach Vests


Since I was a little kid I would always do something to my new clothes. Be it, cut a little bit of a shirt or add something to a new dress. My parents were never pleased with this habit. But, I was never satisfied with the uniformity of buying something at a department store. Everyone else could buy the same dress, shirt, or pants and we would end up looking the same. So, I wanted to add something no one else could have. Of course, now I just add accessories to my clothing I buy at H&M or F21 to make it unique.

I remember when I discovered bleach and the effect it had on clothing and specially on denim.  So today, I will show you how I make bleach jean vests.

Step 1: Buy a simple jean shirt, jacket, vest (like the first picture)
Step 2: Tie the shirt with a hair tie. Make sure you twist the shirt before tying it.
Step 3:  Make sure the shirt is in a secure place like a sink or a tub. That way you don't spill the bleach anywhere you don't want it to go.
Step 4: Get any store bought bleach.
Step 5: Pour the bleach onto the sink, making sure the shirt is covered with as much bleach as you desire.
Step 6: Wait about 5 to 7 minutes. Depending on how much you want the shirt to be bleached. Keep checking on it to see how bleached it is getting.
Step 7: Untie the shirt and check out your result. Then rinse the shirt and wash it in the washing machine. 

Try it out!!

I will be selling the bleach vests I have been making. Make sure you check them out. 


  1. Great post! Looks awesome!

  2. Thank you very much for sharing this,the vest looks brilliant!

  3. You can use bleach and a paint brush to draw/write on denim as well. I used to do that alot during my punk rock days.

  4. Hi, I've just discovered your blog and I think it's great that you're so creative! Everything looks great!

  5. this looks amazing. I love the ombre look, especially the fact that those dark lines did not disappear. I definitely have to try this with something.