Matchmaker: Shoes to wear with jeans

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Everyone owns at least one pair of jeans. It’s an essential item of clothing, especially for cooler months of the year. Jeans can be worn at any time of the day for any type of event. So, when we put together a super stylish outfit with jeans, we got to have the perfect shoes to go with them. It can sometimes be a struggle to know what shoes to pair with, as you want to pull off the right jeans vibe. Here are three different (but equally stylish) ways to style shoes with your denim.



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The active-wear trend continues to be on the rise, where people are styling their hottest sneakers with skinny jeans. This ‘on the go’ look is the perfect option for when you have a super casual daytime event, or just simply hanging out. Complete your relaxed look in a slouchy t-shirt or jumper. You can also achieve the ‘active’ look by trying slip-on sneakers with boyfriend jeans.



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Jeans and boots are a cult classic. If you want to style an edgy look then reach for ankle boot, with a cut-out detail. For those who love classic blue denim jeans, style them with either black or tan boots, depending on what vibe you want to create. For those who are into noir, black boots and black jeans are a match made in heaven. Style boots with jean culottes, boyfriend jeans or jeans that have a raw edge.

3. Heels


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Want to achieve maximum sex appeal? Then forget about all other shoe options and put on a pair of heels to go with your skinny jeans. Ankle-cut jeans go flawlessly with heels, especially strappy heels or classic pointy pumps, as revealing a bit of skin creates a sophisticated, sleek and sexy look. Black or nude are always classic options and can make your legs look even longer and slimmer.

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