Wednesday, 13 August 2014

DIY Ripped Skinnies

 photo IMGP0569_zps3a530390.jpg  photo IMGP0577_zps6638066b.jpg  photo IMGP0567_zps4747f2a0.jpg  photo IMGP0570_zpsc4d777f5.jpg  photo IMGP0580_zps1ba54b13.jpg  photo IMGP0574_zps4ceee288.jpg Jeans: Topshop Joni (ripped 'em myself) | Tee: Warehouse (similar) | Boots: Old riding boots (similar) | Hat: F21 (old - similar

Over the last few weeks I've been sorting out my wardrobe and decanting bits and pieces into sell or keep piles. It's that time of year again where I get all deep and meaningful about changing my style to suit my changing of age/period of life blah blah. I've been really drawn to the minimalistic, scandinavian inspired looks as I feel they're suitable attire for early 20's trying to rid the teenage years, as well as sports lux and a bit of festival bohemian chic. My colour palette is still very minimal (obvs) with a range of whites blacks and greys .. and I've pretty much been living in black skinnies.

I was dying for some ripped jeans after spotting them on Georgia and Yanin (who are both total babes and the inspiration behind my wardrobe haul) but couldn't bring myself to part with £40 for jeans with holes in. My joni's were getting pretty worn out so ended up slashing away at them with some scissors to then invest in some new black skinnies without holes for those smarter occasions.

It only took me a few seconds to pick out this tee in the Warehouse sale (white and oversized, need I say more?), and for a mere £8 I bagged it there and then - but soz guys it's no longer available!

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