Take a cue from Gigi Hadid, who seemed to have taken her own cue from equestrian style: Slim ripped jeans, knee-high boots, and a classic blazer and sweater combo makes for a good Casual Friday winter work look.
A feminine blouse tucked in to ripped jeans and a chic pair of sandals gives you a casual spring look for the office.
Throwing on a cool hoodie, combat boots, and a tailored overcoat keeps the casual vibe of the ripped jeans but makes it feel more 2020 than 2002.
A straight pair of ripped jeans, heels, and a blazer is the ideal—and most effortless—going-out outfit.
Pairing your slightly ripped jeans with classic elements—a camel sweater and coat and knee-high brown boots—works for a casual day at the office while still feeling elevated.
I might be dating myself here, but I remember being a little kid and watching an episode of the seminal 1980s sitcom Family Ties during which flighty older sister Mallory (Justine Bateman) returns home from a shopping trip, pulls out a pristine pair of designer blue jeans, then takes a scissor from the drawer and starts hacking away, setting the tone for my future obsession with garments that look blatantly well-worn.
Pair ripped jeans with an oversized blazer and your favorite sneakers this spring.
Elevate your ripped jeans with a pair of ankle-strap heels, a tucked-in white tee, and a classic overcoat.
Pair a moto jacket and bold pair of sneakers with loose ripped jeans.
A statement jacket and prim flats with your ripped jeans elevates a Casual Friday look.
A perfect spring look: subtly ripped jeans, a white tee, a fitted blazer, and cool accessories.
Another way to pair a statement top with ripped jeans.
You don't have to be Kendall Jenner or Hailey Baldwin to pull off these looks—crop tops and oversized trenches look insanely modern with ripped jeans (or jean shorts).
Pair your ripped jeans with a tee and layer a flannel right over it.
It appears the ripped jeans have come back around, as evidenced by street-style stars at Fashion Week, retailers from Zara and ASOS to Shopbop and Net-a-Porter.
Keep scrolling for a master class on how to wear ripped jeans that feel very 2020.
Another work-appropriate outfit if your office allows: fitted jeans with small rips, low pumps, and a statement blouse.
Double down on denim and tuck a chambray shirt into your ripped jeans.
Follow model Iskra Lawrence's lead and make your ripped jeans the focal point of your entire look.
During the 2010s, boyfriend jeans made waves—slouchy denim that, as the name implies, looked as if it belonged to the person you're sleeping with—many of which had rips in the knees, although denim trends were dictated largely during the latter half of the decade by new cuts, colors, and washes. Which brings us to now.
A vintage tee, a leather jacket, and heels makes these statement jeans a good choice for brunch or cocktails.
Things got crazy in the early 2000s, with stars no longer content rocking jeans with obedient knee tears, but rather aggressive slashes up and down the leg, often paired with a sliver of midriff and not one but two layered tank tops or a silk lace cami.
Get yourself out of a fashion rut. https://t.co/Z1b5W8gViD— Glamour (@glamourmag) February 25, 2020