Three ways to style White Ripped Jeans

Three ways to style White Ripped Jeans

First outfit (left to right)
Pink Knit (Topshop) // Ripped Jeans (Topshop)
Metallic Box Clutch (ASOS) // Silver Ankle Boots (New Look)

Second outfit
Frill Sleeve Bodysuit (New Look) // Ripped Jeans (Topshop)
Black Tote Bag (Skinnydip) // Yellow Lace Up Heels (Simmi Shoes)

Third outfit
Striped Bardot Top (New Look) // Ripped Jeans (Topshop)
Embroidered Lace Up Platforms (Public Desire) // Embroidered Satchel (New Look)

I got a thing for ripped jeans at the moment. I like every pair I see and just want to buy them all hahah! I think ripped jeans can look so stylish and chic even through they’re… you know, ripped. I don’t think I ripped jeans categorise as “women-like” or whatever you want to call it, but I really think they can be styled to look feminine and classy. I’ve styled the same pair of white ripped jeans, but in three different ways.

The first outfit combo is always something I think of when it comes to white jeans in generel. I’ve always paired white jeans with a pink top in any kind, so this was an obvious combination for me to make. I really think that the silver ankle boots and clutch would go perfect with this look! Unfortunately, the silver ankle boots I chose for this look is out of stock right now, but I found these which could be a good substitute.

If I should choose my favourite outfit from the ones above, it should be the second! I think bodysuits goes with everything and especially high waisted, ripped jeans like these! The thing I really love about this bodysuit is the sleeves, they’re so special and really takes the outfit up a notch! I chose a black bag because I didn’t want to take too much attention away from the sleeves, but I didn’t want to make the entire outfit black and white, so I chose to style it with some yellow heels, which really goes well with the rest of the outfit, especially because it’s more of a pastel yellow.

I also really enjoy the third outfit. I think the bardot shirt is so perfect for the white ripped jeans. When I think of a bardot shirt like the one I’ve used here, “girly” and “cute” comes to my mind. It’s not like you can’t wear a bardot shirt if you don’t feel girly or cute, but because I think it is a perfect match for a more “rocked” and “wild” bottom, like the ripped jeans, which is why I paired them. I really enjoy embroideries right now and it seems like everyone else does to! I really think the bag and platforms matches each other so well and goes perfect with the blue and white striped bardot top!

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