Looking for a hot new trend to rock in the warmer weather? Take a note from these stylish sisters and scoop up a pair of ripped jeans — we’re about to make your denim dreams come true! Read on & SHOP to try the trend.
The Kardashian gals are already one step ahead of us, flaunting two totally different takes on a really cool trend — distressed denim! We are totally loving the look, especially because there’s so many ways to rock it — and we can’t wait to scoop up a pair of our own. Kourtney Kardashian, 35, rocked the ripped up look while celebrating her 35th birthday on April 24 in Calabasas, California — and she wasn’t the only style star to try the trend from her famous fam.
Kim Kardashian’s Ripped Jeans & Kourtney Kardashian’s Boyfriend Jeans:
With so many hot summer trends coming your way, we have one that you can not miss out on — distressed denim is the new must-have! Whether you want to be casual and comfy or sexy and chic, these ripped jeans are the perfect addition to your trendy summer looks. Kourtney decided to try a relaxed take on the trend, paired a very feminine white blouse with her One Teaspoon Hendrix Super Baggies, creating a super cute contrast between the comfortable yet polished look. She added a great small, pastel bag to the outfit, giving it a feminine, warm-weather vibe and showing off another cool spring trend: pastels!
While Kourt went for a relaxed take on the trend, hot mama and lil sis Kim sported a tight pair of denim on April 21 — and saying they are ripped is an understatement! The star paired her jeans with a white top and a white blazer — these gals clearly think alike. If you’re ready to get girly with the ripped trend, take some inspiration from Kim and opt for a tight pair that you could wear with some sexy ankle strap pumps.
Ripped jeans are so stylish for summer — and the trend isn’t considered sloppy anymore! After wearing the same dark blue jeans all winter, it’s time to switch up your style. Are you ready to try out the new ripped jean trend? Start shopping!
— Sarah Lombard