Ripped Boyfriend Jeans in Beige
Ripped Boyfriend Jeans in Beige. These beige jeans have a high-rise waist and a relaxed fit, with pockets, a zip front, and rip detailing. They look great with our brown coluorblock jumper, as shown (sold separately). You have two popular trends in one with this pair – Boyfriend cut and rips. Ever wonder about the history of the boyfriend jean? Blue jeans came into fashion in 1873, and since then have reflected many different cuts and fits. Styles continue to evolve. The look is intended to make a statement that says you stole or borrowed them from your boyfriend because of their loose fit. Torn jeans were brought to the fashion scene during the heavy metal era of the 1980s and the grunge era of the 1990s and 2000s. Once in time, torn jeans were worn out of necessity by people struggling financially who needed to wear their jeans down to their last threads. Once brought into fashion from the 1980s forward, the trend is running strong and shows no sign of slowing down. The jeans are made from 99% Cotton and 1% Elastane. Elastane, also known as Spandex, is a great addition to denim when making jeans. Stretchiness in jeans is caused by the elastane. Another benefit is that elastane provides a body-hugging effect, so your jeans will not lose their shape. The model is 5’10” with measurements of 33-24-36 and is wearing a size Small. The fit runs true to size.
By Indie brand Q2, of Spain
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Q2 Clothing is an emerging brand from Spain, who is dedicated to offering cutting-edge fashion and high quality. Q2 stays on top of emerging trends, and provides tasteful designs at approachable prices. We call our collection our Q2 store. That's because the entire line is of such great quality that we carry it in its entirety. Click here to view Q2's policies. Go here to view our Q2 size guide. Please note: Q2 sizes that are labeled Small, Medium, and Large use European sizing conventions. Therefore, a size Large is a US size Medium, a size Medium a US size Small, and a size Small a US size Extra Small.