DENIM TRENDS 2015: BOYFRIEND JEANS

We love our boyfriends... but we love our boyfriend jeans more!
We love our boyfriends… but we love our boyfriend jeans more!

Be it skinny, mom, boyfriend or cuffed and cropped, ripped jeans are the must haves for the new 2015 season. We see many fashionistas, trendsetters and celebrities wearing this excellent look in their daily lives. This time I want to share with you best ripped jeans designs which are perfect for those women who love wearing unique and individual looks. We will see effortlessly cool and chic styles which are edgy and menswear inspired. Boyfriend jeans are hot property right now for several different reasons. They are oh so versatile and can be dressed in multiple different ways to suit all different body shapes. Not to mention, they are extremely comfortable!

quick and easy!
quick and easy!

These are my personal favourite. so from me to you this is how to rock ripped boyfriend jeans.

1.Wear them… Grunge Style

The grunge style is still going strong this Fall, so find the most distressed pair of boyfriend jeans you can, preferably bleached or acid washed, and pair them with a biker jacket and plain white tee. Pair with your beat up sneakers or some chunky boots, and keep your hair natural and accessories minimum. To make this look more chic, you could always add a bold red lip.

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2.Wear them… with Soft Pieces

If you fear that the boyfriend jeans are too “tomboy” for you, then why not soften them up by pairing them with a cashmere jumper and a pastel toned coat. This look is very pretty but is also made edgy with a beanie and platform sneakers. This is a casual and easy look that is on trend and stylish. Looking effortlessly chic is not hard to do when you invest in stylish staples.

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3.Wear them… to the club

Yes, boyfriend jeans can make an evening appearance! Pairing your jeans with a sexy and stylish top, like this sweet-heart neckline peplum top, will take your jeans from day to night in an instant. Complete the look with some bright pumps and a clutch. Add some arm-candy to make the look more glam. This look is bold and sexy, and perfect to wear when you are going out for drinks with friends.

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4.Wear them… Smart Casual

To add a hint of sharpness to the look, pair the boyfriend jeans with a tuxedo blazer and silver accessories. Or, choose a printed pair of pumps, a crisp white shirt and a statement necklace. Polish of the look with a pair of designer sunglasses. These looks are chic, smart and right on trend. If your office doesn’t have a “no denim” policy, then this look would be perfect for work. Alternatively, an outfit like this wouldn’t look out of place if you’re going for

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(inspired by Charlotte Harvey.)

5.Raid his closet and spice your look better than him ‘Girl Meets Fashion’

The origin of boyfriend fashion is literally borrowing and wearing a boyfriend’s clothes—his distressed jeans, his band tees, his dress shirts, his blazers, his cardigan. The trend expanded in 2009 when actress Katie Holmes was spotted in public wearing Tom Cruise’s slouchy jeans after a Broadway rehearsal; other celebrities such as Reese Witherspoon, Rachel Bilson, Sarah Jessica Parker, and others began to follow the trend. From there, many brands such as Gap, Forever 21 and H&M began to create boyfriend fashion products or men’s-inspired fashion.

trust me raiding his closet is the best thing that has happened to me so far this year I enjoy every second of it. (sorry love)

Who the hell would not want to emulate an off duty model’s look? lol
Who the hell would not want to emulate an off duty model’s look? lol
Amen to this any time. i am so in love with this look
Amen to this any time. i am so in love with this look

Always remember just because your jeans have holes doesn’t mean they can’t be sophisticated (sorry, Mom!)

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