Ripped shorts

Ripped shorts

Denim shorts are my favorites: versatile, comfortable and beautiful. The destroyed models have been doing a lot of my head lately – you saw in the airport look for Rio, right?
There are several ways to use this type of model, from the most classic to the most daring. I selected some beautiful looks for you to be inspired!



Picture – Just Lia

A classic white casmisa is always a great option to make production cleaner. As the shorts are heavier, I found the studs slip on perfect to compose the look or get monotonous. But if you like a more minimalist look, you can exchange your shoes for a flatform, a sneaker or even a Birken.



Picture – steal the look

Whoever imagines that the tornado is very rocker may be wrong. The piece is really basic and goes in any type of production. A printed dress or a shoulder to shoulder blouse can be the perfect complement for a more boho and casual look!



Photos – Vogue

The shorts with bigger tears are perfect for a more modern look. If you like a cleaner look, you can choose to mix with classic pieces, but look for more modern and different prints. Alexa, for example, looked amazing with an embroidered shirt.

Total Jeans


Picture – BuzzFeed

Don’t you want to go wrong? The total jeans look continues with everything. The destroyed shorts give a different texture to the production and, thus, are not basic. Another thing I loved about this look was the wider shape of the piece – as it is already short, a looser model is ideal!

Long vest


Picture – Ju Romano

Super modern, isn’t it? I loved Ju’s well-assembled production! As I already said, the piece is really heavy and therefore it is perfect in a more rocker and daring look. The vest was the ideal complement! In addition, it is the perfect solution for an environment that does not allow such short pieces – it “hides” the back!

Structured vest


Foto – Blog da Thassia

The shorts also go super well in a more fashionista production. Use more striking accessories and other more structured pieces. The tailoring vest looks perfect and lengthens the silhouette a lot. As in the previous look, the longer structured vest can be perfect for a slightly more sophisticated production.



Photo – Mariah’s Blog

I’m not a big fan of shorts with high heels, but platforms are exceptions. Neutral shoes are great to make the production more feminine! The shorts model also helps because, despite being torn, it has a lighter wash.


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Picture – The Style Eater

A fresher day asks for a cardigan and why not a blazer? I love the piece (I even made a post)! The look remains super casual, but with a more sophisticated face.



Photo – Girl on London Tumblr

A colder day or a rocker production asks for black pantyhose! I have already said in several videos and posts how passionate I am about socks. It’s a simple option that can make your piece last even in winter!



Photo – Nadia Aboulhosn

Booty shorts look amazing! Everything goes according to your personal taste, but I liked that more neutral tone in the pieces, especially in the shoes that were not too heavy. This is a good solution for those who don’t like to “flatten” the silhouette: look for nude shoes!

Where to find?


  1. Market 33 at OQVestir / R $ 139.00
  2. John John at OQVestir / R $ 229.00
  3. Pop Up at Gallerist / R $ 139.00
  4. Ellus at Farfetch / R $ 329.00
  5. Animale at OQVestir / R $ 229.00

And then, do you also love a well destroyed jeans shorts?

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