acid wash denim

Rita Ora sported a quirky double denim ensemble by designer Adam Lippes.

Her take on the denim tuxedo was rooted in the ’70s, from the wide-leg jeans to the belted kimono jacket. The sharp sense of tailoring throughout made all the difference here, particularly given its acid wash. The reason why these wide legs look so smooth and not stiff at all is because they are made of stretch denim.

She played up the distressed effect with a white Woolford bodysuit and pristine white Aperlai booties.

You can shop for similar wide leg jeans here and here.

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