Give your denim staples a modern twist with frayed details! While most fashion brands offer pieces that are already frayed and ripped, you can also DIY it. Here are our tips so that you, too, could get in on the trend:
Update your regular denim shorts with frayed ends or ripped details
Dress up super casual denim cut-offs with smarter pieces to give an otherwise boring getup a trendier look. Maymay Entrata styles her with a lengthy Boho coverup and lace-up boots while Arci Munoz looks all business with a white tailored blazer and Bermuda shorts. Jasmine Curtis-Smith and Kim Chiu show off their cool-girl style with a cropped top and studded shorts for Jasmine, and side logo detailed shorts topped with flash lens sunglasses and chunky sneakers for Kim.
Give your denim skirts an edgy flair with frayed hems
A denim skirt is a dressier alternative to jeans or shorts. Upgrade your favorite neutral-colored tops with a frayed mini or a deconstructed midi skirt and make it the focal point of your outfit.
Plain denim jeans can look instantly cooler with frayed details
Jeans are a staple in every wardrobe and a frayed pair is just as versatile as a basic one. You can go sweet and sassy like Bela Padilla, Julia Barretto, and Julie San Jose who paired theirs with girly and pastel pieces. If you want an edgier vibe, channel Nadine Lustre, Marian Rivera-Dantes, or Maris Racal with black and sexy looks. Solenn Heussaff and Mari Jasmine prove that a clean, crisp white button-down with a pair of jeans looks just as put together as any pairing.
Go big or go home with denim on denim pairings
Why stop with just one denim item when you can go all out with it? Put this trend on double denim duty by pairing it with another jean-tastic piece.