Ladies, it's time to spice up your wardrobe! Put your other jeans to the side - we're showing you how you can still rock distressed denim jeans in your 40's. No matter your age, we have you covered with these must-have denim styles and how you should style them too!

    White Distressed Denim

    The easiest way to add some distressing into your spring wardrobe is with white denim jeans. White jeans are a must for spring, as they give any outfit a fresh and elevated feel. Pair them with trending star sneakers for running errands or dress them up with a pair of nude heels for a date night on the town.

    Shop white denim: 'Teagan' White Distressed Jeans, 'Remi' Denim Jeans

    Keep the distressing minimal

    If you're worried about trying to look too young with distressed denim, start with keeping it minimal! Distressing doesn't have to show skin or even be too prominent. Just a small amount of distressing will give more dimension to your outfit, while keeping you comfortable.

    Shop these denim: 'Evelina' Denim Jeans, 'Everly' Denim Jeans

    Try a relaxed fit

    Finding the perfect relaxed jeans can be a struggle, but these 'Jaycee' Denim Jeans have a relaxed, yet flattering fit, and the perfect amount of distressing! A relaxed fit will ensure that you're comfortable while rocking the distressed trend. Keep your jeans the focus of the outfit by pairing them with neutral tops and shoes.

    Shop relaxed denim: 'Jaycee' Denim Jeans, 'Presely' Denim

    Pair with flattering tops

    Have you mastered finding the perfect pair of distressed denim? Complete your outfit by pairing them with a flattering top that hugs your curves in all the right places! Surplice tops will be flattering for larger chests, while off the shoulder tops are flattering on all body types. You'll be comfortable rocking your distressed denim outfits in no time!

    Shop these denim: 'Shayla' Light Wash Distressed Jeans

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    February 18, 2021 — Natalie Pierson

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