10 Ways to Wear Ripped Jeans and Heels for (Almost) Every Occasion
The singer went the super-distressed route at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports Awards. Simple gold ankle-strap heels and a leopard Bouchra Jarrar coat keep the look from being too casual for the event.
There's a reason ripped jeans are a Kardashian family staple: They combine a laid-back vibe with maximum skin exposure. Kourtney pairs her OnexOneTeaspoon pair with a simple black tank and sandals for the easiest night-out look ever.
Not every pair of ripped jeans has to look like they went through a paper shredder. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s minimally torn Paige skinnies look polished with a Dior jacket and pale-gray pumps.
Leave it to Olivia Palermo to make ripped jeans look – dare we say – professional. Her outfit is proof that a blazer and the right pair of shoes can make pretty much anything office-appropriate.
Ever the denim-on-denim enthusiast, Rihanna pairs her jeans with an oversized chambray shirt. Metallic Christian Louboutin pumps, a leopard clutch, and a classic red lip make the look party-ready.
Distressed boyfriend jeans for a swanky dinner? It can be done! Barely Famous star Erin Foster makes the casual style work by adding a white tuxedo blazer and chunky black heels.
Kylie’s jeans and a T-shirt feel instantly elevated thanks to her long vest (one of our favorite summer trends) and neutral heels.
Chrissy's drapey blouse and black skinny jeans would be perfect for a night out. Peep-toe booties are an easy addition to help transition the look for fall weather.
Proof that a little distressing goes a long way: Without the jeans, Aubrey Plaza's boxy jacket and nude heels could look stiff. The smallest bit of shredding makes her whole outfit feel more relaxed.
Even with dressy add-ons like a cape and statement necklace, the Glee star's outfit couldn't seem comfier thanks to her roomy American Eagle jeans.