Denim Edit: Styling Jeans with Shoes
Are you someone who can't resist buying a new pair of jeans? We don't blame you! Jeans come in so many cuts, colors, and rises that it's impossible to be satisfied with just one. This versatility is also why so many people are left wondering, "What kind of shoe should I wear with wide-leg jeans?" Or skinny jeans. Or cropped jeans. You get the picture!
If you're wondering what jeans to wear with what shoes, take a look at some of our favorite pairings.
High-Rise Cropped Jean with a Loafer
When choosing a shoe to wear with jeans, high-rise straight leg cropped denim is one of the most versatile. You can dress these jeans up or down and even get away with wearing them to the office. This fall, embrace earth tones and menswear-inspired shoes by pairing AG Jeans Mari High Rise Crop in Sulfur Dried Rosemary with the Marella Ferry Loafer. These shoes are more elevated than a sneaker but still possess that same comfort. And the brown and white color combination pairs seamlessly with the green color of the jeans.
High-Rise Cropped Flare with a Pump
Flared jeans have been inching back into our closets for a couple of years. But it's not just full-length flares that are getting the attention this time around. Cropped flares are a welcome addition. If you're ready to embrace the flow, try L'Agence Kendra High-Rise Crop Flare in Laredo. The classic wash is made modern with its effortless raw hem, and its premium stretch is great for comfortability. Balance out the silhouette of these jeans with the L'Agence Helene Pump. It's a classic-looking heel with a matching fabric-wrapped buckle that gives your overall look an extra bit of tasteful flair.
Cropped Boot Cut with a Wedged Ankle Bootie
Did you know you don't have to wear skinny jeans to be able to wear ankle booties? All you need is a cropped boot cut! We suggest Frame's Le Crop Mini Boot Raw Hem in Drizzle Rips Chew. This mid-wash cropped boot-cut jean is made using recycled and upcycled cotton and features a contoured waistband that highlights your body in all the right ways. Pair these with the bold Schutz Asya Bootie, which features a wedged heel and pointed toe, and you'll be sure to make a statement.
Flared Denim Trousers with a Platform Heel
Put a denim spin on your usual trousers, and go for the Derek Lam 10 Crosby Robertson Flare Trouser. These denim trousers are a fan favorite for a reason! They feature gold-tone sailor button details at the hips and offer a comfortable stretch for long-lasting wear. Try the medium dark wash with the Sam Edelman Kori Platform. While any platform heel will go perfectly with flared jeans, this combination is particularly fantastic. The heel's crushed velvet material alongside the flares gives your look a flirty, retro vibe.
High-Rise Straight Leg with a Heeled Bootie
Do you want a pair of jeans you can wear every day? That means you can wear them lounging, to a casual outing, or even dressed up. If you don't believe this pair of jeans exists, you haven't tried Frank & Eileen's The Cork Everyday Jean. You'll love the classic straight-leg silhouette, hand-distressed ankle, and flattering high-rise fit. All of these details make them compatible with a heeled bootie, like the Alias Mae Freya Boot. These boots are made from high-quality black leather and feature a kitten heel, making them timeless and feminine.
Cropped Jeans with Sneakers
The number one question on everyone's mind is probably what jeans can I wear with sneakers. That's simple! A flattering, cropped pair, like the Closed Milo Cropped Jean. These jeans from Closed are perfect because every single pair is unique, so you'll have plenty of opportunity to shine when you wear them. Pair them with the Kennel & Schmenger Tonic Sneaker for a fashion-forward look. The padded collar ensures a comfortable fit and adds a touch of sophistication, while the silver color makes them versatile.
Ready to update your denim and shoe collection? Shop our website right now! If you're still unsure how to pair the right shoe with your jeans, call us at Garbarini at 303-333-8686 to schedule an appointment with one of our professional fashion stylists, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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