Are you aware that people started wearing their old jeans until they became so ripped they fell off their legs so that they buy new clothes less often, as as a way to oppose against capitalsm?
Today pre-ripped jeans have become a trend, and are even more expensive than regular jeans, so big companies like topshop employ underpaid workers to make them. It's like high fashion feigns being rebellious. If you want to be a rebel, go against capitalism by stopping to buy pre-ripped jeans, and buying regular ones, which you 'll wear until they get ripped.
I wear a few jeans that are ripped, but I purchase it only when they're asymmetrical and nice on me. Symmetrical tears just looks fake and intentional, rather than that worn-look, frayed jeans. I wouldn't wear jeans where a big chunk of my skin is exposed either, might as well wore shorts for that.
I'm not sure if wearing something like this, makes me a rebel (I wasn't aiming for "I'm a rebel", I just like the style): www.google.com/url
They're the same price as the regular jeans, but if they become ridiculously expensive, I'd just make them myself. Not that hard to fade and tear portions.
Almost everything in the clothing industry is overpriced and made by underpaid people. Just how it is, isn't just ripped jeans. Nike for example has horrible pay and working conditions for their workers. I rarely buy ripped jeans, I have one pair that I bought like that but them jeans ain't any better than what almost every single clothing company and store does.
Buying things that aren't like that is hard because it's quite rare.
yes i do. not everyone like ripped jeans but it's their opinion and if they have the confidence to show off their legs. tbh, if you like dressing up in rock style, then ripped jeans is what they should have! i wear it most of time depends on if it's a cold weather or hot. ripped jeans can be very comfortable to wear sometimes!