ESC: Olivia Culpo, Dare to Wear

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While many of us thanked the heavens when mid- to high-rise jeans came into style, we have news: Low-rise denim is making it's way back.

Although we can do without the thong-baring memories or unflattering muffin tops, we have to acknowledge the cool-girl vibe that the trend offers.

This brings us to Olivia Culpo's ultra-cool ensemble, courtesy of her oversized, low-cut jeans. Just ahead of New York Fashion Week, the style influencer paired her white denim with a black bardot crop top from her recent collaboration with PrettyLittleThing, layered with a cropped white T-shirt. She, then, finished the look with killer accessories: retro spectacles, white ankle boots and a black hat—very epic.

You're probably used to a higher rise, but this trend is very wearable. To update the look, opt for oversized or baggy denim. They don't necessarily need to be low-rise, as long as they sit on your hips. To dress up the look, add a killer pair of heels and accessories (like the influencer). For a super-cool and casual look, throw on your favorite sandals or sneakers and a sweatshirt.

Did your summer fitness plan leave you with a 6-pack? Go for the crop top! If you'd like more coverage, a cute bodysuit is just as sexy!

ESC: Dare to Wear
ESC: Dare to Wear

ESC: Dare to Wear, Olivia Culpo's Low-Rise Denim

ESC: Dare to Wear, Olivia Culpo's Low-Rise Denim

ESC: Dare to Wear, Olivia Culpo's Low-Rise Denim

ESC: Dare to Wear

ESC: Dare to Wear, Olivia Culpo's Low-Rise Denim

ESC: Dare to Wear, Olivia Culpo's Low-Rise Denim

ESC: Dare to Wear

ESC: Dare to Wear, Olivia Culpo's Low-Rise Denim

ESC: Dare to Wear, Olivia Culpo's Low-Rise Denim

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