Ripped Jeans: Check Out How The Best Bloggers Are Nailing This Trend
Of all the crazy things that girls do in the name of fashion, distressing jeans might top the list. Who doesn’t love wearing ripped clothes, and especially ripped denims. Denim is love but ripped jeans connect to the soul.
Wearing ripped jeans is a fine art, really. Done right, they look fashion forward and cool—but one wrong tear and you’re on your way to looking homeless. It’s clear, ripped jeans aren’t a new trend—not even close. The distressed style has fallen in and out of fashion favor since the 1980s, but it seems that lately they’re more popular than ever.
Check out how these style divas have taken this trend to the next level.
1. Kashvi Chauhan A.K.A The Glamorous Chic
Kashvi paired narrow fit ‘Big Hole Jeans’ from Aeropostale with a multi-coloured sequence top from Vero Moda. Although she has went for maroon flatform loafers, you can also pair them with heels and be party ready. The pop of a baby pink backpack and shades make the whole look just perfect for a day out.
Instagram Handle: TheGlamorousChic
Website: The Glamorous Chic
2. Sharmila Sharma A.K.A TheWardrobeWagon
Graphic and slogan tees are really in these days. Moreover, pairing these slogan t-shirts with ripped jeans paves the perfect street style look. That is just how Sharmila has
Her t-shirt says “FORGET ME NOT”. She jazzed it up with white mules and a cap to complete the look. Tying up a checked shirt around her waist added an edge to the
Dark lips, glittery choker, crochet bralette and an off-shoulder wrap-up top with boyfriend ripped jeans. Deeksha Khurana combines a multitude of recent trends into one.
The pastel wrap-up top from Forever 21 is everything. Tie your hair in a high ponytail and add a beige belt. She neatly portrays how there’s no such thing as over the top if you do it right.
4. Shraddha Gurung A.K.A Lilmissgurung
This indo-western look by Shraddha Gurung makes us want to don our worn out kurtis again because she just showed us how to carry off a jazzy red kurti and a nose ring with those blue distressed jeans and red pumps. We give a big thumbs up to this look.
5. Diya Mukherji A.K.A TheRunwayMadame
Trust the Runway Madame to be classy and basic at the same time. A white tank top with high – waisted ripped jeans is the safest bet. But only a blogger as amazing as her can think of adding a net cape to it and black stilettos to complete the ensemble.
6. Dolly Singh A.K.A Spill the Sass
While it isn’t winter yet, it’s definitely coming. Those knee ripped jeans do really well with oversized sweaters as well. Dolly Singh shows us her sass by pairing it with a crossbody bag and block heels.
7. Cherry Jain A.K.A Muchtoomuch.in
A big YES to Cherry Jain’s off-beat way of styling a white button down shirt as an off-shoulder top with perfect ripped denims. The perfect blend of casual and formal. The addition of beige mules and that delicate gold choker just makes the look even better.
8. Nishtha Gandhi A.K.A Thedramaticdiva
The Dramatic Diva just added a little drama to the whole ripped jeans post by pairing an off-white kurta from Aaina By Aditi with it. The silver drop earrings give the outfit a boho feel. Plus, who can forget white sneakers – they just go with anything and everything.
9. Komal Pandey A.K.A The College Couture
We would rate this as the best look by far. The black bralette covered with an oversized bomber jacket looks killer. The layering of the choker and the neck piece is spot on. And of course, who can forget the big hole ripped jeans.
10. Sonia Garga A.K.A HerVagaBondLife
Sonia here shows us how to ditch everything and go for your favorite crop top from your wardrobe and pair it with a ripped jogger and white shoes to get ready for a casual day out with your friends. Basic, stylish and looks really trendy. The best part – rather than wearing the usual denim, she went for a jogger which is in line with the latest athleisure trend.
Instagram Handle: hervagabondlife
Website: Her Vagabond Life
DIY: How to rip your old jeans:
- A pair of old jeans
- safety pin
- box cutter
2) Use chalk to make your marks.
3) Insert a magazine to protect the bottom layer.
4) Now slice horizontal strips with a cutter.
5) Pull threads apart with a safety pin.
6) Use tweezers to remove vertical threads.
7) And you are good to go.
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