Your Essential Guide to Choosing the Right Shoe Styles to Pair with Your Jeans

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Shoe styles to wear with Jeans styles

 

Skinny Jeans

  • You can balance hips with a knee high boot or a motorcycle style boot.
  • You can keep their refined slimness with a ballet flat or a stiletto heel
  • Roll the hem with an ankle boot and show off a little skin or tuck the end of the jean into the boot

knee high boots waterfall

Straight Leg Jeans

  • A little loafer looks fabulous
  • Wear with a flat sandal for comfort
  • An almond or round toed pump adds a more refined feel
  • Ankle boots with a slim ankle fitting can be worn over the top
  • If the ankle boot has a wider opening, make sure the jean is tucked in

Wardrobe staple dark denim

 

Boyfriend Jeans

  • Dress them up with a pointed stiletto heel
  • Dress them down with a Converse style sneaker
  • Wear them everywhere with a ballet flat
  • Roll the hems and make your shoes a feature

Bootcut Jeans

  • Are made for a loafer style shoe
  • Wider openings mean a chunkier shoe such as a wedge or stacked heel work fabulously
  • Ankle boots are an ideal shoe for winter
  • Don’t roll the hems, have them hemmed to the correct length

dressed up denim for evening wear with a blazer

Flared Jeans

  • For that 70s vibe work a platform or flatform shoe or sandal
  • Wedges are ideal and don’t forget to hem for the height of the heel
  • Don’t roll the hems – have them hemmed to the correct length for your shoes
  • The wider the opening, the shorter your legs look, which is why flares look best with a stacked or wedge heel

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