The Ripped And Distressed Jeans Are Back

Ripped Jeans outfits: the Look first hit us in the 1980s, but Fashion faded like a bleach bath. Now he’s back with a vengeance, and it’s all about style. Check out bloggers like Blair Eadie from the Atlantic-Pacific and Natalie Suarez from Natalie Off Duty to see what we mean. Or look at Rihanna (if you don’t already). She also knows a trend when she sees it and has adopted this Look 100%.

Ripped jeans is alive and good, and took the catwalks! Diesel, Just Cavalli, Phillip Lim and DKNY follow the trend, while Heidi Klum and Sarah Jessica Parker meet him in spring / summer 2014. So deal with tearing or FRAYING your desperate wardrobe. Increase the Chic status pieces by pairing them with a silk blouse and a pair of finisher heels (cuff jeans are what you want with stilettos). Garnish your outfits with ripped Jeans with a utility jacket or coat of a masculine fit. If you find the Men’s Version in your local second-hand shop, so much the better.

Have we made you think? Wear loose jeans with a Blazer and pumps during the day or wear high-waisted jeans and a short jacket. After, switch to black ripped Skinnies and a cute top, all under a wide-brimmed hat. Don’t forget to rip up your skirts either! Add some attractive pumps, and you’re ready for a night on the town. A graphic sweatshirt pairs perfectly with ripped jeans for the next day’s Chillout, while the variety printed in distressed pastel tones matches your delicate mood.

When we say ripped, we don’t necessarily mean a few slots. Remove the pieces to expose the knees and even the openings under the thigh, taking into account that the cracks grow with each wash. Thick Jeans are the best for this – let yourself be introduced by Shini from Park & Cube.

Frayed vests are a versatile addition-try them on fragile spring dresses. Cut or oversized, both work well. Remember that nothing is sacred this Season-take out your pencil skirt, walk and also shout for frayed and depressed treatment.

Rivets, ties and acid washes are all there to shake our ideas, and if yours are not in turmoil, why not? We could launch a peaceful revolution in Do-it-yourself punk style, so customize and personalize your distressed denim now. You owe it to the world!

Mary E. Sanders


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