What Shoes to Wear with Jeans
What Shoes to Wear with Jeans
Denim can be a uniform for some women. Whether you prefer a loosed relaxed fit, slim fit, or cropped, there are so many options available for women's designer jeans that it's hard not to turn to them day after day. But sometimes, you may ask yourself: what shoes am I going to wear with these jeans? Lucky for you, Garbarini put together this quick guide of what shoes to wear with different types of jeans.
Here are some of our favorite denim and shoe combos available at Garbarini:
High Waisted Flares with Heeled Sandals
Flared jeans are back and better than ever. Frame's Le High Flare Jeans have a form-fitting silhouette that elongates the legs thanks to its high-rise. The light wash is perfect for a casual summer outing. Up top, you can go simple with a tight tank top or if you're a fan of the Bohemian style, try a loose, flowy blouse. As for the shoes, we suggest a heeled sandal.
The black suede Flora sandal goes perfectly with high-rise flares. Its low stiletto heel means you won't have to worry about your feet hurting after a night out. And your toes will only be peeking out slightly. In these sandals, that's okay because the cross-over-thong style upper is unique and fun. You'll be able to slip on these heeled sandals and go!
Straight Leg Jeans with Sneakers
Nothing says classic denim like a slim, straight leg silhouette. One of our favorites is L’Agence El Matador French Slim Jean. It's made from premium denim, so you know it'll be a long-lasting wardrobe staple. The distressed knees and high waist fit keep them modern and casual. And its cropped, raw hemline means you can wear them with sneakers.
We can't get enough of On Running Cloud Nova sneakers. You can literally wear them everywhere! However, the best part is that they look just as great with jeans as they do at the gym. The black, gray, and white color combo of this pair means they're neutral enough to go with a variety of outfits. You don't have to think twice about wearing jeans with sneakers when you land yourself some Cloud Novas.
Cropped Boyfriend Jeans with Lace-Up Sandals
Ex-boyfriends should stay in the past—unless you're talking about the AG Jeans Ex-Boyfriend Slim Jean. The light wash mimics a genuine pair of vintage denim. And it features a high-rise waist and slightly tapered leg, creating a slim and sleek appearance. When you want to elevate this laid-back look, pair them with lace-up sandals. Trust us; you'll feel transformed.
Block heels are on trend this summer. We suggest Frame's Le Doheny Sandal in black. Not only does it feature a comfortable heel, but it has a square toe which is also very popular. You don't have to worry about where the laces will fall when you wear them with cropped jeans. You can tie the leather straps right around your ankle, or they can be adjusted to any height you desire.
Mid-Rise Cropped Jeans with Ankle Boots
What's better than a slim-fit, mid-waist pair of jeans? A slim-fit, mid-waist pair of jeans that's a part of CLOSED's sustainable denim line. The CLOSED Baker Jean is perfect for those who care about the materials and methods used to create their clothes. The Baker is made from organic cotton, and they also use eco-friendly washing and dying techniques. Its cropped hem means ankle boots are a good shoe choice.
Don't fear pairing ankle boots with cropped jeans. It's a tried-and-true combination! If you're looking for a pair of ankle boots to go with your cropped denim, try the Barbara Bui "Cut" Side Boots. It features a low angled square heel and is made from soft suede. Plus, the elastic ankle cutouts create a welcome color contrast.
If you've ever wondered what shoes to pair with what jeans, this guide is sure to help. And did we mention—the shoe options we chose are so versatile, you can mix and match them with all the jeans in this list! Shop right now on our website or call us at Garbarini today to set up an appointment with one of our professional fashion stylists at 303-333-8686 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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