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How To Wear Boots With Jeans For Women

Posted On : September 17, 2013

Ann Mumbi


The marriage between denim and boots is legendary; it is the “match made in heaven” combo of the fashion world and one of the most-sought-after looks in colder temperatures. The most common perception about this union is that it affords a “macho/tough” look to women, or that is only intended for casual settings, but with the vast assortment of jeans to choose from as well as a plethora of boot options, even feminine and professional looks can be achieved with this pairing. There are certain intricacies associated with this styling as well, such as the folding technique of your jeans i.e. the cuffing of your jeans (which can add another dimension to your outfit). All of this is discussed below.

No matter the season, pairing a great pair of jeans with a stylish pair of boots is definitely the way to go.
When pairing boots with jeans, you can dress up, dress down, and accommodate whatever weather happens to strike that day.
This fashionable dynamic duo is a comfortable and versatile wardrobe must-have.
But perhaps most important is learning how to wear boots with jeans to show off your own personal style.


Best Jeans To Wear With Boots
You can never go wrong with the winter classic look, boots and denim.
Not surprisingly there are endless combinations you can create to innovate a new style and overall look that will make both your jeans and your boots be the statement of your outfit. We’ve curated a selection of 5 drastically different pairs of jeans that will look fantastic with various different styles of boots.
From straight leg bootcut denim to the more modern and trendy flared crop, we’ve got it all in this one stop shop for all the latest denim styles you’ll need to rock this season.
Get Artistic

The cut of these jeans is perfect for those who want to go the extra level and pair them with knee high or calf high boots. These black denim washed jeans with a modern twist of white splattered paint, really add a subtle but creative touch to any outfit. They can easily be dressed up or dressed down.

Ripped Knees

Adding some regular washed jeans with two rips in the knees, keeps your outfit looking tasteful while still adding a bit of an edgy flair. These are also cropped so you can pair these with an ankle boot of your choice!

Black Denim

Black denim with black boots of any height and style always look fantastic. These McGuire Denim jeans are the perfect staple pair of jeans to add to your winter collection. Not only will they look fantastic with any boot, but they will be a great transition into spring and summer as well. Also with any denim classics, it can easily be dressed up for a more chic look, and it can be dressed down for a cozy and casual feel.
The Simple Crop

These high waisted distressed jeans might come off a bit summery, but they can easily be warmed up to make a regular wash look fantastic with a pair of neutral colored suede or velvet boots. Add in a bit of wear and tear and you’ll have a great casual statement look that will turn heads anywhere you go.
The Classic Straight

You can never go wrong with a classic regular washed denim high waisted jean. These look fantastic with any style of boot, cuffed, or even tucked. They can really make any outfit look perfect by adding a bit of brightness to your outfit.

These 5 drastically versatile styles of jeans will bring some fashion innovation into your life this season. Whether you choose to opt for a cropped and modern look or a more traditional style, the choice is yours. The good news is, they all look amazing on anyone of any shape or size.

Ann Mumbi

An expert in style and image, Fashion Addict focuses on brands worn by showbiz stars who have large numbers of fans worldwide Member Of #NairobiFashionHub Team

Ann Mumbi

An expert in style and image, Fashion Addict focuses on brands worn by showbiz stars who have large numbers of fans worldwide Member Of #NairobiFashionHub Team


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