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Fashionista NOW: Skinny Jeans Aren’t Dead ~ They’re Ripped

Credit | Anne G.

Remember the hoo-hah over skinny jeans being deader than the dried wrinkly leaves in Autumn? Well, they’re very much alive. In a new format: ripped.

Which isn’t exactly new as far as newness is defined in fashion. The skinny jeans trend has longevity now that they come in rips and shreds. They’re your go-to for when a peek of skin from anywhere between the thigh to knee area is craved.

And because they kind of allow for a tease of breeze to touch your exposed flesh just a little, you can wear it in the sunny but windy months. Many folks love the kinds with knee rips whether on both or solo pant leg(s). The way that it cuts at the knee can either elongate or shorten the length of your leg so be sure to look mighty carefully in the fitting room’s mirror when you try them on.

Rips that happen on your skinny jeans can be naturally-occurring or made-to-look-like-so with a pair of scissors and a mood of creativity.

If you think it’s ridiculous to purchase anything ripped and tattered, be sure to hunt down your old skinny jeans in the back of your closet and book a date with YouTube to find DIY tutorial videos to ripping your jeans so you can instantly give them a refreshed look that is personalized.

Wonder how to pull off the ripped skinny jeans look? The fashionistas down below will show you how. Enjoy!


Are you into the skinny ripped jeans trend? Which look is your favorite? Share below!

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