RIPPED JEANS & BLACK Black. Black with black and black. I know it's crazy but isn't it all about black in the fashion world? Well, of course there are plenty of other colors and prints... but I personally see myself always craving for black on a daily bases. Even the hashtag #allblack is probably the most used one when it comes to fashion. I think it's quite easy: Since black is not a real colorful color where you can say like ''no I don't like orange tones so I don't like this orange-redish dress... I think no women ever said ''Oh, well, I don't like black''. Black suits everyone. Every skin tone, every figure and body type and every age. It was Christian Dior who said: ''Black is the most slimming of all colors. It is the most flattering. You can wear black at any time. You can wear it at an age. You can wear it for almost every occasion. I could write a book about black.'' Well, what can I say? He's definitely right with that and that's probably why we all love black so much, 'cause it's the most slimming and flattering of them all.
You've seen so many different #allblack looks from me so I've decided to change it just a liiittle bit for this one, skip the black pants and just combine this black look with a heavy ripped denim and a natural toned top. Is this still an #allblack look now? I have to say that I'm not quite sure about that, because it kind of still gives me the feeling of one. But of course the jeans and top are not black. So you can basically see it however you want to see it. Enough talked about black (I think I've never wrote so many times 'black' in one article...) and let's face this ripped baby: This one I didn't ripped myself like a badass (like most of my others) I simply ordered them from Zara where they are definitely having the best ripped denim and the most affordable ones as well. I do have noticed that apparently not every one on this planet knows about ripped jeans... Some people really stare at you (or your legs) like your poor or just a freak. I mean come ooon, it's just a freaking pair of jeans. Did you know that ripped jeans were actually popular in the late 80s? As well as in the 90s when Kurt Cobain and Kate Moss introduced us into the 'Grunge Look'. They came back then in the early 2010s and the era of ripped jeans is getting bigger and crazier every year.