Street style is having a moment, and we are SO here for it.
The best part about ripped jeans is that you can carry the look both ways by either doubling down on the edgy, street style look or pairing things back with more structured tops that add a touch of formality.
Below, we’re breaking down our twelve top styling tips for ripped jeans, whether you purchased them that way, decided to DIY, or have just worn (and washed) them so many times that they now have rips along the knees.
Doesn’t matter if you’re sporting ripped skinny jeans, straight leg jeans, or more baggy mom jeans — a tucked-in button down always works. Bonus points if it’s a denim jacket or top…we LOVE ourselves a Canadian Tuxedo, especially when the jeans are dark-wash and the top is light-wash.
There’s just something about a pair of ripped jeans with a tank top and leather jacket that WORKS. Pair with booties, white sneakers, or vans.
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It’s the perfect laid-back nautical look, and if you close your eyes and concentrate hard enough while you’re wearing this outfit, you’ll feel like you’re at the beach. Trust us on this one.
To avoid clashing, we recommend sticking with one animal print item in your outfit. So, for example, if you’re going with cheetah jeans, don’t ALSO wear leopard ballet flats (or belt, or headband, or t-shirt). Less is most definitely more here.