Are you a huge denim and shoe fan? Jeans and shoes are just some of the most loved and most worn items in many women’s closets. However, which one pairs well together is another story. With so many styles out there, there are many possible combinations but not all of them work well together. There are certain silhouettes and lengths that do not work with certain shoe styles.
Want to know what works and what doesn’t? Ahead are some of the pairings to avoid.
Jeans that are on the baggier side especially if they are looser and long should not be paired with mules that cover a lot of the foot. This look would cut you off especially if you do not have the height. Baggy jeans look better with some foot visible like a pair of barely-there sandals.
Freya Sandal from Nordstrom
Also, do avoid wearing cropped jeans with ankle boots because the proportions look off. Instead, pt for a cool mule.
Long flared jeans with sneakers do not look well together. This type of jeans looks better with heeled boots, pumps, or sandals.
Yale Chelsea boots from Nordstrom
They are the perfect jeans to wear with low-block heels (or something even higher) to take full advantage of their leg-lengthening effects.
Jaggar Square Heels from Shopbop
Pairing cropped jeans with ankle boots looks pretty awkward with the amount of leg that emerges between the jeans’ hem and the boots. Instead, wear either flat or heeled mules with jeans.
Zara Textured Heeled Mule