Walk down the street and you'll see that every other pair of Mens Jeans is probably rocking some seriously busted knees and heavily frayed edges. Go-to casual denim is no longer about subtle abrasions and vintage washes: this season, we're going all out with the denim destruction and, done correctly, the effect is perfect. Choose your hue Unlike several other denim trends, you can choose whatever colour you like to work the destroyed look. From deep black to ice white and pretty much every tone in between, extreme ripped jeans can slot into your style quite comfortably .
Everyone's still big on military-inspired khaki, and light sandy tones can help to add a hint of safari style to your everyday look. The rules of destruction However casual, all cutting-edge trends come with their own set of rules, and extreme ripped jeans are no exception. To get the look right, we recommend juxtaposing the raw devastation with clean-cut fabrics and streamlined shapes Try layering a fine-gauge neck sweater over a sharp button-down shirt. The introduction of destroyed jeans will break satisfyingly with preppy convention. As for footwear? We love the effect of adding smooth suede Chelseas or polished lace-up ankle boots to offset extreme ripped jeans.
Heading into cooler weather, layer up with varsity-style bombers in soft cotton (with sporty ribbed trims for extra points) or biker jackets in rich leather to build casual looks that'll take you from office to bar and everywhere in between. So go nuts on the tears, rips, slashes and fraying: extreme ripped denim is officially the buzz style of the season
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