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et some black stretch jeans or black work pants from a store
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et some black stretch jeans or black work pants from a store 3 Months ago  
Alternatively you could get camouflage trousers (or shorts for the summer) from an army steampunk bag surplus store. If you want to be really crusty, you could just sew your own trousers from scratch using cheaply bought or found fabric.
Customize. Screen print some political or crust band patches using white fabric paint. Then sew these onto your trousers with white dental floss. You can also sew plain black patches onto your trousers. Try to totally cover your trousers in patches. Don't worry if they overlap, this looks very crusty. You can also sew purposeless zippers onto your trousers. Plain patches made out of camouflage,punk clothing leopard print or vegan friendly false leather are also cool. Attaching studs or flattened lighter heads onto the tops of your pockets is a nice touch.
Butt flaps are a very cool crusty accessory. This is a roughly square patches of fabric that you can attach to the front of your pants (in which case you can sew it so it functions like a pocket) or the back of them (in which case it stops your but getting cold when you sit down and it stops the butt of your pants wearing through).punk dress Either way, painting or patching DIY silk screened band names or political slogans or symbols on your butt flap is very crusty.
 
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