What do you do when your jeans don’t fit? Maybe you donate them, or get a new set of cleanup rags. Me, I’m more of the ‘nice clothes to work clothes to disposable clothes to cleanup rags’ kind of guy. Needing a different size upset my usual clothing depreciation plan. Therefore, I decided to draw on them. With a permanent marker. Turns out, it doesn’t wash out - at least not in cold water. They’re same-purposed … you know, instead of repurposed. I’d label them upcycled. You may or may not, depending on how much value you think my art adds to them. If you don’t, keep it to yourself.
I didn’t wear these particular shorts; they were a gift from a female in the family that had no use for them. “I can do something with those!” Well, I did. Now if only someone would actually purchase them…
By the way, the “ladies” part is from a reliable source – the same one that I got the shorts from.
The sizes I list are the sizes in the clothing. If you have bought clothing before, you know that the size is more of a general guess than a measurement, so keep that in mind when making selections. I recommend cold water wash for two reasons: warm or hot can change the size, and it could cause some of the drawing to fade. Attempt warm or hot water wash at your own risk. Also, don’t use stain removers or bleach on these.