The Return of Embroidered Patches
We are currently in the process of reliving the roaring 20s, there is great fashion, and we are in the middle of a serious pandemic that probably will become a part of our lives for another year or two. The 2020s have signaled a return to older aesthetics and fashion choices, so fashions trends from the late 90s and early 2000s are beginning to make a comeback. This means blue eye shadow, lip gloss, low-rise jeans, and denim are all back in fashion. These fashion trends follow the Y2K aesthetic, and if you are looking to spruce up your wardrobe, then you can do that with the denim items you already have available. You just need to get a few supplies like bleach, fabric dye, and embroidered patches from patchoz.com.
Embroidered patches are becoming very popular again, and you will now find them on people’s bags, jackets, jeans, and everything else in between. Some people are even sewing them onto their shoes and sneakers so it is a matter of personal choice here.
The great thing about embroidered patches is the sheer variety of them, so you can buy all kinds of designs, and if you want, you can even get a custom embroidered patches name that includes any text or design. The options are essentially endless, and you can attach them to your clothes and belongings any way you want. A common Y2K aesthetic involves putting an array of random patches haphazardly on over-the-shoulder sling bags and covering the back of a denim jacket with embroidered patches and so on. These give a very nostalgic feel to people who have already lived through this trend before and give people the chance to be creative and design how they want their patches arranged and what kind of patch they want on their clothes and so on.