Ripped Jeans: Not Just for the Weekends!

      I hope everyone had a good week & has some fun planned for the weekend. My weekend will be me going through all the new arrivals for  , taking lots of pics, and getting them on the website. Lots of work, but the good thing is I love playing dress up 🙌💃 lots of new styling tips for you guys and outfit inspiration in the works....
⁉️ How do you guys like distressed or ripped jeans?
I know they don't work for every situation but I personally love how they add an edgy look to your outfit. This particular pair has lots of rips and have that super cute button up high waist.
Here was my process for this outfit:
1️⃣ Skip the belt; the high waist and button details want to be shown off. Tuck, knot or choose a shirt that hits at top of jeans to show the buttons off.
2️⃣ Pair with a simple T Shirt or tank; With so much going on with the rips/buttons, a loud shirt would have clashed and taken the detail away from the jeans. I chose to go with this black t since I love rescue animals and it fits me well.
3️⃣ I rolled my t sleeves to add more edge and texture to the plain t.
4️⃣ Since I'm a shorty, I rolled my jeans to show off the sneakers better. Rolling is more trendy at the moment vs cuffing. Anyone can roll their jeans but cuffing is better for tall people or if you have long legs (breaks up the legs). Rolling is better for shorties since it's a smaller width it doesn't shorten your legs like a cuff.
5️⃣ To pull the look together I paired with black sneaks.
Let me know what you think! You can find the jeans here and go here, here, and here for some t-shirts!

xoxo Natasha

1 comment

  • Ally

    I can never have too many ripped jeans at my disposal and I love this pair!!! High waist always!

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