If there's one thing that screams "classy" in modern-day fashion, it's the cut-off jean. I'm pretty sure Marie Antoinette died in one of these, just to prove a point, and that high couture long followed her lead in producing their own versions of cut-offs and jumpers every season since. No? Okay, fact is, even the most style-savvy among us who managed to emerge from the early 90s intact probably modeled a rather embarrassing swath of denim at one point or another in their teens. Jean rompers aren't everyones "thing". And I get it, this one is especially trashy. But here's a simple way to update a classically dated 90s romper that so many of us have hiding out in the closet, in need of a serious makeover before showing their face in the sunlight again . There are great tutorials on Galaxy Dying online. Mine is a little different because I'm starting out with jean as a base. I dyed it darker blue to add a little more depth then lightened it up with bleach.
|The original Guess romper.|
|First dye blue with Rit Dye, Denim Blue. Squirt with bleach strategically, think galaxy.|
|Add Tulip Spray Dyes in pink, yellow, and whatever else strikes your fancy.|
|Glitter spray is an intergalactic touch.|
|Add Pentel Fabric Fun pastels bursts for the planets.|