5 Best Shoes to Wear With Jeans Aug 2019
August 29th, 2019 by Catherine Marqueses
It’s a match: There are shoes that are made for certain jeans and pants models. Which combinations of us get a super-like, we reveal here!
In addition to bags, shoes are clearly one of our biggest fashion passions! And rightly so: shoes carry us through the day to day from morning to night, giving us a better posture, boosting our self-esteem and regularly putting us on the big screen. Without shoes? Can not go!
Top styled from ankle to toe
Of course, there are also styling no-gos on shoes. So high heels should not be worn to shorts and ballerinas not to flared jeans. But which shoes are best for your outfit? Which model makes your legs look longer? And how can you create an edgy look? Surely you have always wondered which shoes fit the high-waist jeans and which shoes look great together with the trendy culotte? That’s why we show you how you are always one step ahead with the right combination of shoes and trousers …
Combine Shoes # 1: Sneakers + High Waist Jeans
They are by far the most comfortable footwear ever: sneakers are the epitome of casualness and offer the highest wearing comfort. So that the sports shoes do not visually shorten the leg, it is with a little trick and the right styling partner to counteract the effect: High-cut jeans, the legs basically appear a bit longer than the upper body and are the perfect complement to flat sneakers. In addition, if you grab a shortened length or roll up the cuffs to show the ankle as the narrowest part of your leg, it will stretch your silhouette even more. But: your stockings should not be seen in the shoes, so you should grab footwear at insecta!
Shoes combine # 2: Mules + culottes
In this combination of shoes, two trendy pieces meet: Mules are currently making a big comeback and are bringing the good, old mule as an absolute street-style favorite to the fashion capitals. Here culottes have been drifting around for several seasons, finding a super stylish counterpart in the heel-to-toe shoe. Whether elegant with the heel or casual and flat on the floor – Mules are our first choice in warm temperatures! The slim-fitting culottes with their wide legs are a nice contrast to the slim fit of the foot.
Shoes combine # 3: Boots + Skinny Jeans
This shoe is undoubtedly one of the most popular models: we would love to wear boots all year round! Why? Well, because they not only give biker girls a touch of rock-chic but with their over-cool charm, they give every outfit a unique look. The flat boots with the short, wide shaft are available in so many designs, materials, and colors that everyone can find their perfect pair without any problem. The very big love, however, has already found the boots on their part: skinny jeans! The super slim-cut pants make the rough shoe look its best and complement it with a feminine touch, without pushing itself into the foreground. Therefore: Always put the leg cuffs in the shaft of the shoes!
Combine Shoes # 4: High Heels + Mom Jeans
This shoe always wants to be high – and has it all: high-heels such as sandals or pumps are the declared queens under their shoes and proudly look down on the remaining infantry from their high heels. Especially on elegant occasions, Stilettos are the first choice with their thin heels. That the classic but also cool, he shows in combination with casual jeans. The favorite model of almost every street style icon is the trendy Mom jeans. The high-cut fit with straight leg conjures a flat stomach, makes his wearer with long shoes endlessly long legs and provides as a relic of the 90s for a current look with a twist.
Pair Shoes # 5: Ankle Booties + Cropped Pants
The classic high-heeled ankle boot should not be missing in your shoe closet: Ankle booties are true figure flatterers! Thanks to the usual wide heel, we can spend the whole day on them with a high wearing comfort – and dance night too. The popular shoes cleverly play around the narrowest part of our leg and make us look a few inches taller through the heel. To further emphasize the ankle, we combine the never-out-of-style shoe into cropped pants. Due to the shortened shape, the ends of the jeans additionally direct the gaze to the open area and even reinforce this effect with frayed hems or statement socks that flash out underneath.