skinny black jeans

Sofia Richie was seen heading to a photo shoot with Vogue magazine in New York City.

Sofia was wearing distressed skinny jeans and a white graphic t-shirt layered underneath a black satin bomber jacket with gold trim. She added a pair of really interesting retro-inspired shades and completed her outfit with a pair of white hi-top sneakers.

Sofia’s jeans are in a washed out black color, featuring black threads at the knee rips – a cool contrast to they washed black of the jeans. As I had mentioned in other posts before – this is the summer of skinny ripped jeans, be it black, white or denim. As opposed to last year’s trashed and shredded boyfriend jeans! Do you miss those?

You can buy similar ripped black jeans here.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Seems a lot of celebs are into the black washed~out look. Do they really like them that much or have a lot of them been gifted?

    Think I had a pair of washed~out black jeans about twenty years ago.

    For the most part now I do not see faded black as a really attractive color and guess I am curious as to why it appears to have such a mass appeal since in my eyes it usually looks like someone has on a piece of clothing that was not washed properly or has been washed excessively….like a black tshirt that has been worn a multitude of times and has lost its pep.

    Think it is great that everyone does not like the exact same thing but sometimes I like to hear why others seem so crazy about something that I do not find appealing.

    Seems the washed~out grey look is somewhat popular too. Not into that either, but I am somewhat into a darker grey denim. I do like a lot of blue denim washes that have a worn look to them.

  2. There is really no GENERAL way of explaining a trend. Everybody just loves what he/she loves.
    Personally, I believe that the washed black is a logical consequence of the all time vintage trend. Old and used looking is totally right now and a fashion must-do. I must say that for the warmer season I do prefer a washed black, and leave the stark blacks more for fall and winter.

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