Don't stress over it: Four ways to ace distressed denims
Ripped, rugged and slashed to imperfection: here’s celeb inspiration to ace your pair of distressed denims.fashion and trends Updated: Sep 10, 2015 16:34 IST
If normocore has been trending all this while, it’s because high fashion doesn’t need to be expensive or put in a clichéd, primly-set box.
We spotted so many of our Bollywood fashionistas going comfy and stylish in varied pairs of distressed denims, and the inspiration is our takeaway.
Not only as travel-perfect attire, ripped n’ distressed can also work for the red-carpet if styled smart. Apart from these, we also take a quick glimpse at more ‘tamed’ versions of denims that our filmy ladies have been sporting. Pick your favourite.
The signature slit:
Want to do distressed without going all-out ragged? Take inspo from Anushka Sharma and DIY a pair of ankle-length denims, doing just a single slit. Add a pop of colour via your laced-up shoes and you’re good to go.
The cheesegrater rip:
Out of the many techniques that are used to distress denims at home, there’s one that includes treating your denims with a cheesegrater to get a textured look. Kriti Sanon’s might be a store-bought pair but you can definitely be inspired.
Bowing to the knee slash:
She doesn’t veer much from her ‘propah’ avatar, maybe that’s the reason we love it when Katrina Kaif does laidback chic. If not all-over ripped, take inspiration from this look and go for the always on-trend ripped knee.
Red carpet distressed:
We wouldn’t usually recommend denims for the red carpet, but we have to laud Sophie Choudry’s glam look. For a formal day out, you can too pick up distressed jeans and off-set the look with an embellished jacket and accessorise smart.
If rugged and ripped isn’t your fashion cuppa, here are two other ways to steer clear of a staple indigo pick. For a retro twist, do a flared bootcut like Twinkle Khanna or go for classic black denims like Aishwarya Rai Bachchan if formal pants are not your go-to picks.
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