Well into a new sartorial season, you'll have spotted by now that, when it comes to choosing your denims, distressed is best. Whether you're rocking a subtle tear at the thigh or a slight slice at the knee, adding a little character to denims is a surefire way to score new-season nods. But why be subtle with a little knee rip? This season, the damage is working its way up the leg and we're here to help you rock the thigh-ripped jeans look. Done right, it can strike a casual chord like no other.
Get The Look
If you're looking for mega-versatile thigh-ripped jeans, look to 883 Police's latest DET collection and, in particular, the Buell denim in black. The dark hue allows you to team them with pretty much whatever you like, and the carefully placed upper-thigh rips are complemented by heavy distressing at the knee. And as an added bonus? Ribbed panels above the knee and zips at the hems add that rugged moto-inspired look that's dominating this season.
Wear with… what?
The best way to offset thigh mens ripped jeans is by adding crisp cottons and streamlined mens footwear . That way, the distressing takes centre stage among a backdrop of clean-lined modernity. Try adding suede Chelsea boots and a dipped-hem Mens T-Shirts in ice white. Or throw on some polished lace-up boots and oversized knitwear to create a relaxed, effortless casual look. Whatever you team your thigh-ripped jeans with, you'll find them an endlessly versatile building block that you reach for from Monday to Sunday
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