Distressed Denim from Day to Night

This post is Sponsored by Stage Stores

I’m one of those people that once I find a good pair of jeans I’ll keep them and wear them for years. I sadly grew out of my last pair of ripped boyfriend jeans, so when Stage Stores asked to partner with me on denim collab I was stoked. These are now my new fav jeans! Oh and you should also see my new pair of distressed denim overalls I got from Stage too. They are pretty freaking badass. I can’t wait to show you those next. When you think about distress denim what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Most people associate ripped jeans with a more casual look. You’re wrong here, distressed denim can be worn so many different ways if you do it right. Let’s talk about the looks…

Look One: Casual AF


I’d live in ripped skinny jeans, tennies, and a t-shirt if I could. It’s my weekend uniform. Find yourself a good pair of skinny jeans like these Levi’s 711 skinny jeans from Stage Stores and you’ll have a rewear don’t care attitude like me. 


Look Two: Date Night


Dressing up your denim for date night is easy. It’s even easier in NYC. All you need is a fab pair of heels, a dressy top, and accessories that pop. Now those ripped jeans that once looked supes casual are now ready for date night. Whether it’s dinner with the BF or drinks with your besties you can always rock your ripped skinnies. Top it off with a colorful clutch and you’re good to go.

I just love the fit of these jeans. I ordered a size 29 x 30 and they fit perfectly. I do wish they were a bit shorter because I love me a good ankle jean, but these are still pretty amaze. This was the first time ordering from Stage Stores and it was an awesome experience. Easy to navigate the website, qualified for free shipping, and the items arrived in seven days. Their denim selection is on point and for more denim inspo check out their latest denim style guide. 

You can snag these Levi’s 711 Skinny Jeans on sale for $36 at stages.com keeping you Trendy Not Spendy.


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