Trend Alert: Ripped Jeans

The Spring/Summer season sees the return of the ripped jean. Edgy, fun and textured – ripped jeans are certainly a bold fashion statement. A question we are often asked is how should you style ripped jeans? Luckily, we’ve created this guide to answer your questions on the latest denim trend!


Why Choose Ripped Jeans?

Ripped jeans do seem to be a trend that splits opinions. Their distressed look may cause some to feel wary with the disheveled appearance they offer. However, ripped jeans can really make a bold impact if styled correctly. The great thing about ripped jeans is their texture. Denim is a staple in almost everybody’s closet, yet the classic jean can often feel dull. Adding a distressed or even ripped effect to these style classics can help inject a fresh feel to the piece, whilst adding an interesting and edgy texture.

How To Style Them?

A ripped jean can be a daunting item to style. Their edgy aesthetic can pose a problem for those with a slightly more clean-cut look. However, they can be implemented into any closet if you know some handy tricks. If you child’s style is a bit more on the rock’n’roll or outdoorsy side then lucky you! Kids ripped jeans can easily be styled with a casual t-shirt for an effortlessly cool look. On the other hand, if your child tends to steer more on the conservative side then you may need to be a little more creative. Try pairing ripped jeans with a blazer, this can give your little one an on-trend look they’re are going for without compromising their preppy aesthetic.

Our Top Picks

Looking to buy into the trend? Here are some of our top picks for ripped jeans!


  1. Boy’s blue Diesel ripped jeans with elasticated waist, £80.80
  2. Girl’s blue distressed Miss Grant jeans with rip detailing, £37
  3. Boy’s distressed Roberto Cavalli Junior jeans with embroidered logo and lion motif, £74-50.


Take a look at our complete girls jeans and boys jeans collections for more denim inspiration.

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