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How To Update Your Denim Jeans, According To Elisse Joson

The more distressed, the better.
IMAGE Elisse Joson | instagram.com/elissejosonn

We love Elisse Joson for countless reasons, but her personal style is easily on top of that list. Just recently, Elisse made a case for baggy ripped boyfriend jeans, proving just how sexy they can be when paired with the right things. In this case, that's a teeny-tiny lace camisole over a white tee, layered necklaces, and minimalist black heels.

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If you want to get in touch with your inner #badgalriri, you can do that, too. Denim jeans with massive holes are just begging to be layered—make like Elisse by slipping on a pair of textured or fishnet tights first. Add clunky boots and millennial-approved accessories, and you're set!

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Which of these looks will you try first, Candy Girls?

This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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