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  img_4778 img_4777  img_4775 img_4780 img_4781        img_4792   img_4798  img_4796   img_4801 img_4802       img_4809  img_4812 img_4828 img_4825 img_4821 img_4819I never thought I would be one to buy ripped jeans, however when I came across this particular pair in Zara I jumped at the chance of buying them. I had to try them on as I never know what size I am, as I’m different sizes in all shops. [Girls you know how it is!] They fitted great, I loved the colour of the wash, there weren’t too many rips in them and most importantly for buying a pair of jeans with less material in they were really affordable at £29.99.

I decided to go casual with this outfit as the rips in the jeans make for more of a less ‘put together’ look although still pairing these with a crisp white shirt and a smart tailored blazer wouldn’t do any harm and would actually give a very nice contrast. I suppose it all depends on what look you are going for and where you are heading in your outfit as it has to be practical for where you are heading. In this case it was just a casual Sunday out and about with my Fiancé.

I paired the jeans with my new printed shirt, which has cocktails printed all over and I do love a cocktail or two. I saw this shirt in Zara and just knew I had to buy it. I waited a while before I bought it, no reason why but Im glad I did as it actually went down in the sale to £12.99 when I went in to purchase it so I was really happy I managed to get it cheaper obviously!

Its getting slightly colder here in the UK, so I definitely needed to put some sort of jacket or layering piece on. I was going to go for a jumper but I decided to throw on my khaki satin bomber jacket that has an amazing bright orange contrast lining inside. This bomber jacket is super warm and keeps the chill off on these cold days even though it looks deceiving as its super lightweight. This bomber I purchased last year again from Zara.

I completed this look with a simple beige Coco Blush clutch bag and my beige open toe heels, I kept the accessories neutral as there was a lot of colour going on in my shirt and with the jacket and didn’t want to draw anymore attention by pairing bright coloured accessories.

I hope you liked this look. Do you own ripped jeans? If so how do you wear yours?

P.s. Sorry for the creased shirt I swear I ironed it, its just that type of material…


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