In search of something funky, sexy, fun and edgy? All these emotions come to my mind when I see cut-off shorts. In today’s post, I am going to share with you an awesome street style compilation, where ladies appear on the streets wearing cut-off shorts. I know many ladies who avoid wearing these bottoms due to the tattered hemlines. It’s no wonder why these shorts gained this nasty reputation. Well, in real life, everything depends on the way how you dress them up or down. I’ve got a stunning compilation of creative tips and ideas on how to make your cut-off shorts look sophisticated and elegant. Read on to find out more.
How about wearing your ripped and torn denim cut-offs with a silken blouse? I am so in love with this combo, as we see the elegant nature of top and rugged vibe of bottoms. You can complete the look by adding beautiful pumps or keep things look edgy by wearing ankle-length black leather boots. If you want to keep things boho inspired, then how about wearing lace top teamed with your lovely denim cut-offs. A lace top will make your bottoms look more sophisticated and hippie-friendly. If you don’t feel like wearing lace top, then you can always go for perforated or crochet blouses. How about creating a classic casual outfit? Go for a striped top and pair it with your favorite cut-off shorts. The result looks fun, relaxed and summery cool. Cut-offs are not office appropriate, but you can wear them with a stylish button-down shirt. The result looks modern, fun and business-friendly. The professional influence can be diluted with a statement and fun accessories. Of course, you shouldn’t overdose your outfit, otherwise, you gonna look like a gypsy lady. If the weather is quite chilly outside, then how about pairing your cut-offs with a comfy sweater. It can be either cotton pullover or chunky, cable knit sweater in exaggerated fit. The last but not least thing that will make your cut-offs look more sophisticated is a blazer or trench-coat. This layer is an ideal choice for those who want to create a real statement on the streets.