Outfit | Floor Length Coat + Ripped Jeans

29. April 2015

fashion-landscape.com | Long Coat, Ripped Jeans Wearing: Maison Cashmere Sweater, Bering Watch, H&M Studio Coat (shop similar herehere and here), Zara Ripped Jeans (find awesome alternatives here here and here), Mango Nude Pumps (buy similar here and here), Céline 'Baby Audrey' Sunglasses, and a Proenza Schouler Bag

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Ever tried to DIY the perfect destroyed jeans? If you did, did they turn out as if they tore naturally over time or did you simply end up with a mess that ended up in the garbage? The latter happened to me twice after watching a million youtube DIY tutorials and blogposts, because I refused to spend 1 cent in a pair of destroyed jeans. The idea simply seems ludicrious to me (and I am sure I am not alone in this) However, sometimes DIY'ing can turn out to be more expensive than actually spending on a high street pair, so when I spotted these Zara ones, I simply clicked them away home. And man, do I love them. Many brands try hard to produce and design denim torn in strategic spots which look aesthetically pleasing in a destroyed jeans sorta way (does it make sense?), but it was Zara the one who got it right this time around. These bad boys and I have been hanging out often this spring and they will continue to acompany me throughout summer. Hope you are all having an awesome week so far. x

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Habt ihr jemals selber versucht, zerrissene Jeans zu machen? Wenn ja, ist es euch gelungen oder hat der Versuch einfach in einem Desaster für die Mülltonne geendet? Das ist mir schon 2 Mal passiert, trotz der Hunderten DIY Youtube Tutorials, die ich mir angeschaut habe.  Die Idee, zerrissene Jeans zu kaufen scheint mir einfach dämlich und deswegen habe ich versucht, das selber zu machen. Jedoch selber Sachen zu machen kann  am ende oft teurer werden, als wenn man sie einfach günstig kauft. Deshalb habe ich diese perfekte zerrissene Jeans von Zara gekauft, als ich sie gesehen habe. Und Mensch, ich liebe sie! Viele Designer Labels versuchen, die perfekten zerrissenen Jeans herzustellen. Die Löcher liegen in strategischen Stellen, aber meiner Meinung nach hat Zara dieses Mal das beste Resultat geschafft. Ich habe vor, den ganzen Frühling und Sommer diese Jeans zu tragen. Ich hoffe ihr habt einen schönen Tag!

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¿Habéis intentado alguna vez hacer los perfectos vaqueros destruídos? Si es así, ¿habéis conseguido el resultado deseado o habéis terminado con un desastre que terminó en el basurero? A mí me pasó ya dos veces pese a haber visto muchísimos tutoriales en Youtube de cómo hacerlo, ya que me resisto a comprar algo con hoyos. La idea simplemente me parece algo ridícula, pero a veces hacer las cosas uno mismo termina siendo más costoso que si, por ejemplo, desde el principio uno hubiese comprado dicha cosa barato. Así que cuando ví estos vaqueros rotos en Zara, tuve que comprarlos y debo decir que, ¡me encantan! Muchas marcas intentan diseñar los vaqueros destruídos perfectos con hoyos localizados en lugares estratégicos, pero ha sido Zara esta vez la que lo ha logrado con el mejor resultado. ¡Espero estéis teniendo un lindo día!

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9 responses to “Outfit | Floor Length Coat + Ripped Jeans”

  1. Theresa says:

    I'd probably be in the same boat as you if I tried to DIY some distressed jeans myself. 🙂 Awesome that you found a pair that you're so into. I'm really feeling those jeans and this whole mix as a whole! You look so good babe!

    xxTheresa

  2. Claudia says:

    Me encantan los vaqueros rotos con los tacones y el abrigo es precioso!
    xx
    Claudia
    http://www.trendenciesblog.com

  3. so perfect!

    thedaydreamings.blogspot.com

  4. Julia says:

    Ich bin meistens ganz zufrieden mit meinen DIY Ergebnissen, die Erfahrung zeigt, dass ein Brotmesser die beste Waffe ist, zumindest komme ich damit am besten klar, Finger weg von Scheren allerdings! Die haben auch schon ein DIY von mir in die Mülltonne wandern lassen.
    Die Kombination aus langen Mänteln und ripped Jeans ist top! Gefällt mir super gut, trage ich selbst auch sehr gerne diesen Frühling 🙂

    Liebst Julia
    bienvenudansmarealite

  5. Navreen says:

    Love this look, your jeans look amazing! Your blog is my new obsession!!
    http://blancthreads.blogspot.co.uk/

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