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DIY Simple, Easy, and Edgy Slashed Leggings

Hey DIY-ers! So it's August (oh my GOD) and school is starting soon. If you aren't going major back to school shopping, but want to keep your cool with the clothes you wear, I have the perfect DIY for you! It's the DIY Slashed Leggings! This look totally revamps your style, and gives it an edgy look. It also looks good with girly dresses and combat boots, so keep that in mind! :)
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You only need 2 things!
-Fabric Scissors (these are sharper than plain scissors...)
-A pair of leggings you want to style up and don't mind being cut

For the most common look:
1. Lay your leggings flat on a clean flat surface
2. Use your scissors to cut the outside sides of each leg of the leggings. The smaller the spaces between each slash lets your fabric cinch up a bit giving it a more edgy and sexier look. (See pic #1 for bad job; #2 for good) If you cut the strips REALLY close together leaving a small amount of fabric in between each slash, it will start to sort of curve, and not be as stretchy. This also works for the edgy look, but makes it kind of fancy too. (BUT IT DEPENDS ON HOW LOOSE YOUR LEGGINGS ARE AND ALSO SINCE EVERYONE HAS A DIFFERENT BODY TYPE!)
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Here's a pic of Kendall Jenner wearing DIY With Madi's DIY Slashed Leggings!!!

I hope these helped you a lil' giving your closet a cheap new look! Need more help with clothes? Check out my fashion tab of my blog! (click HERE)

Thanks for reading!

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