How To Style Frayed Jeans

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Happy hump day babes! First off, I wanted to thank you from the bottom of my heart for all your supportive emails, comments and DMs regarding my last post. I was so anxious to press publish – and already so glad I did! I will be responding to all your emails ASAP – please keep them coming! I am in love with the little community we’ve created and will absolutely be publishing a follow up post as per request. Today’s post is a little lighter… how to style frayed jeans. If you’ve been following me for a while you’ll know I am smitten with frayed jeans. They give that extra shot of sass and add some edge to an outfit. Personally, I like styling cropped frayed jeans…meaning you have a peek-a-boo affect from your ankles. A little ankle never hurt nobody, right?! For this outfit I styled this pair of cropped jeans with some pretty sassy frayed bottoms. They also have rips in the knee area, giving it an edgy vibe. These jeans have just the right amount of stretch. They fit true to size. I paired them with this pair of black booties. I adore how narrow they are at the ankles. They fit true to size. They also come in grey and multicolor glitter. The block heel makes the booties comfortable to walk in and give you that extra bit of height to show everyone who is boss! 🙂

Frayed jeans are extremely versatile as they can be worn with most tops. I chose this oversized blouse and decided to tie it for a cute detail. It’s extremely oversized, so I’d size down by a size or two. Y’all have been asking me so many questions about this Gucci bag dupe. The truth is it exceeded all my expectations. It’s great quality, very spacious (had several compartments inside!) and is relatively light weight. I’ve already had a few of my friends asking me for the link to purchase! This bag also comes in cognac, baby blue, red and yellow. Finally, this back wide rim hat finished off the look.

Would you wear frayed jeans?

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