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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?

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Tipps on What to Wear to a Festival, the Non-Cliche Way! (Accessories Edition)

#inspiration for the #festivals season: #accessories edition! Head piece:  Ombre extensions:Hair rhinestones: Slave bracelet: Statement necklace
With the Coachella all over the internet starting the whole festival season I decided to do a post about what to wear to festivals and outdoor concerts, without falling into the whole boho cliche. 
OK, there MIGHT be some slightly hippy-dippy items, but they’re unavoidable for summer I guess. This was supposed to be one post, but I got a little carried away with the accessories part, so now I’m doing them first, since I think they’re the key part to any look, especially festival look.
As far as I’m concerned, you could just wear a simple lace black skater dress (yeah, I know it attracts the sun and all that, but I refuse to believe that) AND it’s the most appropriate color if you’re gonna sit on the grass or wherever in nature) and add some of these accessories and be the belle of the festiv(b)all. 
Maybe even catch the attention of the prince (i.e. lead singer) who wouldn’t want that?!
Here are some of my suggestions, if you want to stand out among thousands of girls out there:
1. Boho-bling- in the form of a statement necklace, slave bracelet, or an Indian princess hair ornament. I do love some Oriental pieces, but only if they bling, of course.
2. Hair colors/ extensions- now’s the time to stand out and have fun, so why not try a hair color you’d never have considered before. There are many ways to achieve this: hair chalks, mascaras or just putting on a hair extension for the night (or permanently, like myself)
3, False eye lashes, body paint, eye glitter, eyeliner tattoos, hair bling-… possibilities are endless, and it’s time to go a little bold and experiment with your look!
4. Flash tattoos and body chains- did you think I’d forget these? I hope this trend never ends! Thank you Rihanna and Beyonce!
5. Cat/animal ears- always a cute and not so flashy way to stand out, if you’re more into kawaii stuff
6. Concert bracelets- can I be more obvious?!
There you have it, I hope you liked this article, next one is gonna be more about the clothes, I promise!
What do you think?
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Trending Now: Braids All The Way (Guest Post by Peter Minkoff)

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The spring of 2016 is all about braiding up! So, you have noticed a lot of girls wearing boxer braids out there in the street and you want to do something a bit more extraordinary? You are at the right place, get your hair ready and enjoy while you go through the top suggestions to step up your game.

Learn how
First of all, of course, you need to know how to make braids if you want to do that on your own. The most important thing is to do it on not-so-clean hair, so a second day hair will fit perfectly for this kind of hairstyle. Just watch, learn and try. If you still cannot get the look you want to, ask a professional to style it.

Trendy braid idea
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ns_nQx_A4Y

The celebs rocking it 
This year the celebs are mad about the braiding trend, so we can see all sort of braid out there in the public. Chrissy Teigen wore double Dutch braids, whereas Lara Stone chose a messy side plait. Grungy Clara Delevingne made a combo of braids and a bun so you could actually use braids as the basis of an extraordinary hairstyle. Of course, Kim K is nailing her look with boxer braids of all sorts. Sometimes she even has four of them and you can hardly see her lately not having them. You can easily get an inspo if you skim through celebrity magazines – the braids went viral this year!

Before you braid the hair

You definitely need to comb through your hair, if you do not want to go nuts once you create a nest on your head. Carefully comb through every section of your hair. When I wanted to create a braid for the first time, because of the fragile hair I have, the only thing I had to do is consult a professional. So, they actually adviced me to buy a quality hair brush which will leave my hair shiny and protected. Top hair professionals told me that Mason Pearson brushes are a must this season! After trying those, I ditched every single brush I have.

Which style should you choose?
If you like boho-inspired looks and hairstyle, go for the modern milkmaid braids. Make loose fishtail braids from the both sides and pull those over your head creating a hair band. Pull out a couple of strands to frame your phase so as to look relaxed. This look will be massive for hitting the forthcoming festivals. Wear it with statement boho necklaces and lots of wristbands.

If you feel like prepping your hair for a smart occasion then make a lot of small braids which you will combine into a sleek larger one. Your face will be in the spotlight so be sure to have a radiant lipstick and statement earrings to enhance your beauty.

Feeling like a badass? Go for Mohawk braids, make a couple of them and then collect every section of your hair in a tall pony tail. Add some black clothes and you are ready to go.

You want to look trendy even while doing sports? Create boxer braids. Comb your hair, then make a 2 tails and braid the hair from top to bottom. Your hair will not stop you to move freely, and you will look mesmerizing.

Romantic ones may want to find something that will reflect their inner personality, so go for a top bun created out of a large braid curled all over the bun. It will be both elegant and romantic.

The braid trend is viral now and is definitely here to stay. Do not be basic! Try slight alterations to the standard braids and get into the spotlight. Brush it, twist and twirl it and your Royal Braidiness is ready to go.

Lifestyle Editor at HighStyleLife
Peter is a lifestyle editor for HighStyleLife located in Brisbane, Australia. After graduating from Australian Institute of Creative Design,he worked as a fashion stylist and as a freelance writer for few local newspapers in Brisbane. Beside writing, he loves shopping, cooking exotic meals and traveling around tropical destinations. He’s future plans are in creating his personal lifestyle blog about everyday life-saving tips.
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