A Denim pant is one of the most comfortable piece for women. It can be worn everyday, to almost every where and in any weather. It depends on how it’s worn. It can be worn casually or as a business outfit. The difference is how and what you pair your outfit with. Footwear and jeans are mostly mis-teamed. Every denim style has its perfect mate in a specific pair of shoes. Find below some help on how to perfectly pair up your jeans and shoes.
1. SKINNY JEANS
A tight-fitting jeans with very narrow legs.
- Classic pumps:
Your best options are platform pumps with a pointed toe or slightly rounded toe. Pumps have been known to accentuate the curve of the ankle & look streamlined with the base of the jeans. If you have smaller feet, kitten heels will work also.
Ballerina flats, pointed toe flats, cap toe flats, flats with straps, brogues & oxfords, loafers; will all look fabulously chic on a skinny jean. Do not, however, pair your skinny jeans with a square or round toe shaped flats.
- Knee high boots:
- Strappy sandals:
Strappy stilleto sandals and minimal strappy sandals are just incredible when paired with skinny jeans. The heels may be chunky or stilletos, they always look fabulous anyhow. Just roll up your jeans to show off the ankle straps.
2. BOYFRIEND JEANS
It’s much more relaxed than a skinny jeans, yet just as chic. Known for its comfortable and loose fit and favored by many fashion icons, the boyfriend jean is the epitome of effortless chic dressing with a touch of boyish charm.
These shoes will look great with boyfriend jeans –
- Slip-on sneakers:
- Ankle boots:
3. STRAIGHT LEG JEANS
Straight leg style is the repeated incarnations of denim pants. It is an enduring classic styles that defy trends. Straight leg jeans are a truly versatile pair of jeans that provide a classic look and comfortable fit. Straight leg jeans are denim pants that are cut so that the diameter of the leg opening is almost exactly the same from the knee down to the ankle.
Pair your straight leg jeans with:
- Ballet flats:
- Pointy heels:
4. BOOT – CUT JEANS
Just like straight leg jeans, boot-cut style is the repeated incarnations of denim pants. It is an enduring classic styles that defy trends. They fit well through the thigh. At the knee, they begin to taper outward slowly, until they are a slight flare at the opening.
Boot cuts pair well with wedges. Try not to wear the bulky type. This sleek wedges are just right. Boot cuts are dependent on the type of shoes you wear, a good rule of thumb is 1/4-1/2 off the ground from your heel.
- Ankle boots:
If they are long enough, thin high heeled (not block heeled) boots that don’t quite have a round toe but not quite pointy either is just perfect. We think that block heels automatically look frumpy with boot cuts.
5. FLARED JEANS
If you’ve picked a pair of flared jeans but aren’t sure how its worn, try on a pair of tall and chunky heels or a platform stilettos, or platform wedges, or uggs orr even platform mules. The list is endless. Flared jeans lengthens the legs like magic. That is where the heels come in. But comfort is important too. A pair of bold heels. A lace-up or ankle-strap style helps balance the shape.
This denim pant is usually knee-length or calf-length and cut full to resemble a skirt.
- Statement heels:
This will look fab with a bold pair of heels. Don’t be shy with this trend. It wouldn’t look as great with plimsolls as it does with heels so unless you’re very tall, we’d advise against flats when wearing culottes.
What shoes have you paired your denim pants with? Please tell us.
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