When it comes to personalized denim, especially denim jackets – we absolutely love the idea! But the problem is, we’re like either way too busy, or too swamped, or not apt with DIY, and buying patches or pins to stick on our denims is just so last century….
Some of us might be allergic to glue sticks, while others are just simply too darn lazy to do things themselves. So when it comes to the celeb-loved customized denim trend, what’s a style savant to do?
Well, if you’re Emma Roberts, you turn to Madewell for your personalized jean jacket. The fashion brand allows customization on their denim goods for a minimal additional charge. The best part? You can do it all before you virtually checkout. (see above)
For an additional $10, you can get up to nine letters embroidered onto the jacket, just like Emma Roberts, who is wearing the Jean Jacket in Pinter Wash from Madewell. We love how Emma’s Madewell jacket features her initials above the right pocket, but don’t you think yours should be there instead? 😉
The customized trend is not letting up, especially when it comes to denim jackets. At the following online retailers, you can swap out patches and pins or add a customization at checkout.
Khloe Kardashian’s denim brand offers edgy monogrammed insets, emphasized by studs. The only downside? There are only select letters available.
Personalize this oversize baby by adding embroidery either above the two pockets, at the bottom hem, cuffs or on the collar. Keep in mind: You will have text restrictions.
Pick up to six different patches to update this classic topper. Just put it in a note before you checkout! More of an embroidery lover? No problem, they offer that, too.
For those with more subtle taste, bank on a few pins, rather than full monograms, to make your jacket look different. This jacket comes with seven small pins to adorn the dark denim…should you want to change things up.
Say it loud and proud—as long as its 10 characters max—on this oversize jacket from Rails. This personalized detail is more of a patch (think: old varsity jacket) rather than stitched lettering, but expect it to stay on forever. The quality is that good.