ripped skinny jeans

Charlotte McKinney wore a pair of skinny blue jeans that are simply fabulous. The wash is a vintage-like medium blue with some whiskering around the upper part of the jeans and slight fading along the front of the legs. The rips in these jeans look very authentic, and what I love most is that they seem to have almost no stretch and look like some “well loved” jeans that had been worn in naturally.

Charlotte completed her look with a camouflage shirt jacket from Faith Connection, which is actually a men’s jacket, and – in juxtaposition – opted for a pair of ultra feminine stiletto booties with lace details.

I have been seeing a lot of camouflage jackets and shirts with graphics lately, and they’re kind of growing on me! It’s also so very easy to DIY by buying an old army shirt or jacket in any vintage army surplus store and spray on your own “slogan” or design. There are a couple of good options available on Etsy But if you are not into DYI, there is this “ready made” very reasonably priced jacket available at ASOS.

vintage wash jeans


  1. LOVE. If you ever find out who made the jeans, please tell us. 🙂 I don’t think they look authentic at all, but these rips are so much nicer than the ones that show the whole knee. LOVED the jacket until I saw the price. I prefer jackets this length. Still, I would have ordered the ASOS jacket had it not been final sale. Things never look like they do in pictures, I’d have to be crazy to agree to buy final sale based on images online.
    The top and the lips are tacky and do nothing for her

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