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10 Pairs of Ripped Jeans That Will Look Cool No Matter What

Gen Zs are in love with ripped jeans for a reason. Shop a pair now.
Think you need a wardrobe refresh? Maybe you’re interested in taking sartorial notes from the younger generation. Well, you need not stray far from your comfort zone since the Gen Z’s latest fashion fave is something that’s probably sitting in your closet
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Ripped Jeans Seem to Be Cool Again and These Celebs Are Proof

And we're 100 percent into it!
It looks like we've given up on skinny jeans (or maybe we're just on a break with them). We've been spotting celebs, influencers, and Pinays embrace a more relaxed fit: Wide-leg and baggy jeans are everywhere! And from those two styles, a
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LOTD: How to Make Ripped Jeans and Slides Dinner-Appropriate

They're a lot more versatile than you think.
If you're a Downton Abbey addict (like some of us at Preview HQ are), you'll know the importance of dressing up for dinner. Though it was no less than the very best finery for the Crawleys, much has changed since the 1920s—people
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LOTD: Julia Barretto Is in on This Noughties Trend

Time for a 2000s #throwback!
Ah, the noughties. 'Twas a time of cropped baby tees, Juicy Couture sweats (were you thinking Paris Hilton? Us, too!), low-rise bootcut jeans—and, where there were said jeans, there were the ever-accompanying chain belts slung irreverently around one's hips, jinglin' and janglin'
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Denim Glossary: Different Styles Of Jeans

How do you like your jeans?
On the fourth installment of our Denim Glossary series, we're moving on to the various styles we all know and love. Plain denim made to be worn forever is great, but you know us ladies, sometimes we just can’t help but crave
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How To Style The Distressed Denim

Here's how you can wear your tattered denims and still look well-dressed.
We must admit, this ripped-and-tattered trend does have a certain appeal to it. There's something about looking effortless and carefree that even our models and celebrities can't stay away from. But how exactly can we wear the distressed denim without looking ratty