As I write my latest outfit post, I sit in my dining room, overlooking fields and sipping on my espresso. The sky is clouded over and rain is imminent. A reality shock. Warm summer days are over. Part of me feels reliefed, this summer was a big disappointment anyway and I’m quite ready for the cosy evening by the fire.
On the other hand, with autumn here I’m looking forward to a whole load of lovely things too; snuggly blankets, hot chocolates, movie nights and a hell lot of candles.
As summer comes to an end and days get chillier, I naturally go for warm blazers paired with a simple white top and a pair of ripped jeans. I’m now trying to carefully pick my wardrobe for this transitional season. Whilst summer is gone and days are cooler, I don’t think autumn has fully arrived yet. I’m still on the lookout for the colourful leaves decorating the landscape.
This outfit was put together in a rush whilst we were going for some brunch to Leeds but I was pleasantly surprised how well it worked together. With a bit of a rock n’ roll edge I’m already deeply dependant on ripped jeans. This pair is my a weekend-got-to choice.
To achieve the perfect urban sass, I paired it with a super cute white top. Blogger cliché, perhaps, but no one can dispute it. I’m inclined to opt for the subtle options as I don’t tend to overcomplicate my looks and I go for outfits that feel very natural and not too over styled.
Ripped jeans have been with us for quite a few seasons now and I believe this fashion trend will stick for a few more. So why is it we’re so obsessed?
A good pair of ripped jeans can add a hint of modern day grunge to any outfit. They are the ultimate dressed down casual staple and pairing with a simple T-shirt and a pair of sneakers you can achieve the ultimate weekend look.
In all blogging honesty, ripped jeans has probably never really gone out of style. Injecting an element of street wear edge, the ripped pair of jeans is probably more versatile than we give it credit for.
While they’re not as functional as you might think (I’m thinking cold knees), they’re easy to wear and can add a bit of personality to any look. I completely immerse myself in this trend.
What do you like teaming your ripped jeans with?