5 Ways to Style Black Ripped Jeans

Celebrities all over the world, such as David Beckham, Shawn Mendes, Harry Styles, and Ryan Gosling, have incorporated ripped black jeans into their daily outfits, and for a good reason. Black jeans are extremely versatile and can easily be styled with different outfits both casual and formal. Whether you’re going out for drinks, on a dinner date or even just running some errands, putting together a simple outfit with just a pair of black jeans is a great option.

With Sweater

Starting with just a clean white t-shirt tucked into ripped black jeans, it’s an excellent base layer that you can build around. Style a hoodie on top; that’s a perfect combination with jeans. Adding in a pop of color to the shoes draws your attention downwards.

With Shirt & Boots

For a little bit dressier look, a semi-formal date night outfit, opt for a polo shirt paired with black jeans and a blazer on top. Make it more sophisticated with a pair of boots instead of sneakers or dress shoes. The combination of boots and jeans is a lot better; it just feels a lot more masculine. If you’re going to wear a pattern, keep the rest of your outfit solid colored and allow the pattern to do the talking.

With Flannel Shacket

Keep simple the base layer with a white t-shirt and ripped black jeans. Throw on a flannel plaid shirt to embrace the outdoorsy vibes and finish off with Dr. Martens combat boots that work really well as just a perfect everyday casual type outfit.

With Leather Jacket

Style your black jeans with a white oxford shirt if you want to look super stylish. Add a black motorcycle jacket on top to make it more edgy and black pointed-toe boots to create a nice cohesive look. You can also leave the white shirt unbuttoned and layer a simple white t-shirt underneath.

With Denim on Denim

For a casual morning look, go for an oversized t-shirt, black jeans and a black denim jacket on top. Complete with white sneakers because it fits right in with the all-neutral aspect of the outfit. Black denim on denim it’s a lot more approachable than wearing a traditional Canadian tuxedo of blue denim on blue denim. It just is a little bit edgier and embraces a street vibe. A thin chain necklace and a black beanie are all you need in terms of accessories.