Graphic tees and ripped jeans

We all have those pair of go-to jeans that fit just right. My current pair are black ripped jeans. The only thing about black jeans in my house is the dog hair. Everything black that I own is bound to have some dog hair on it. But it just comes with the territory. I deal with it by having lent rollers all over my house (bought in bulk). However it does not stop me from wearing my black jeans. 

The ripped style is a classic look that never really goes out. I remember being a teenager having this really old pair of light wash jeans. I wanted to add that ripped look to them. So I bought sandpaper and started sanding them away (right in the knees). Surprisingly they came out decent. Ripped jeans just create that edgy look that I wanted. You can wear them with heels, flats, or sneakers. Below I chose to wear them with heels. Threw a graphic tee with it and added some sparkle with my earrings. The purple lipstick was the last touch. 

I love creating fun looks like these. And I can always count on my dear friend Mizanne to create fun hairstyles, like the faux hawk you see below. Some links below for ripped jeans and my Baublebar earrings that are still available!! Thanks for tuning in. 

Earrings: Baublebar

Shoes: Dillards

Jeans: Old Navy, Shirt: Forever 21

http://www.forever21.com/Mobile/Product/Product.aspx?br=f21&category=bottom_jeans-distressed&productid=2000208818&curpage=

http://www.charlotterusse.com/refuge-boyfriend-destroyed-jeans/302146969.html?dwvar_302146969_color=468&cgid=distressed-jeans#start=3

https://www.baublebar.com/product/28806-odyssey-drops-earrings.html

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