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How to Wear High Waisted Ripped Jeans

How to Wear High Waisted Ripped Jeans

How to wear high waisted ripped jeans
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High waisted ripped jeans are a punk staple and definitely a trend we love and is here to stay!

I don’t think I’ll ever give up on my ripped jeans, and the high waisted trend makes me not only look good but also feel good. It’s very figure flattering as it hugs the curves in all the right places and elongates your legs.

The only question remains – what should I wear them with? To be honest, I wear black jeans and black shirts so much, I’m getting tired of myself! So let’s look at some fresh ways how you can wear the high waisted ripped jeans in the summer and fall! (see picture below:)

1 Ripped bermudas

A summer version of your fave jeans, looks cool and is practical for hot weather

2 Fishnet denim skirt

A combination of our two favorite trends, combined into one piece! Who knew?!

3 Classic black skinny jeans

The type of jeans that are perfect with a graphic Tee, band shirt, sweatshirt or even a corset!

4 Army green shorts

I am not a shorts fan, but as opposed to usual blue jeans, the army green looks                          actually pretty cool!

5 Classic blue high waisted ripped jeans

The more ripped – the better! Like I said, it’s best to combine them with fishnets, as it gives them an extra ’90s grunge feel! You can combine them with a super trendy black or green bomber jacket, or a military blaser for a more fierce, sophisticated look!

All this and more you can find on the Rosegal website at very affordable prices! Best of all – the shipping is included.

You know I’ve been working with Rosegal for a while and I absolutely love their stuff and how lovely their staff is!

Check out their website and comment below: what’s your favorite? do you wear ripped jeans?

  1. How to wear high waisted ripped jeans
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PUNK RAVE Gothic Romantic Classicism with Punk-like Attitude

goth, lolita, visual kei, punk, Punkrave, alternative fashion, leggings lace leather coat nugoth japanese fashion
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I already posted about PunkRave a year ago (check out more images here). I told you how Japanese fashion has always fascinated and influenced me, mostly because of the fact that the “Japanese look” is not that easy to achieve, and I love a good challenge!

Japanese fashion is usually full of details, asymmetrical cuts, layers… When you see an outfit it’s usually hard to dissect it and recreate that look yourself, and it looks so perfect!
When I first got into the gothic scene I was mostly into goth lolita look, but then I discovered visual kei and punk lolita, which is I think to this day my favorite style. Unfortunately, I didn’t wear it much because you have to order this kind of clothes from Japan, and they are expensive!

That’s why I was so excited to find Punkrave clothes in regular goth shops. 
Punkrave specializes in gothic clothes in general, like more classic Victorian and steampunk styles, but also punk, goth lolita, and visual kei (the”Dir en grey look”) which is very hard to find anywhere on the internet, especially in the western part of the world and at such affordable prices. They have their own designing team, which guarantees originality of their products. Sizes available are up to XXXL. Be sure to check out their gothic dresses and gothic jackets section!

Their pieces  look high fashion-straight off the runway, at very reasonable prices! They really took gothic fashion to the next level. with their highly detailed one of a kind extravagant pieces! Even if you’re not into extravagant fashion, they have some pretty classic items, such as black/white shirts, and, as with all clothes, it all depends on how you combine them, in order to achieve both more extravagant, or toned-down, classic look. In any case, even if alternative fashion is not your thing, I’d suggest checking them out, because their clothes are works of art and it’s really not something you see every day!

What are your favorites?

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