You already know that fall is boot season. And you’ve done your due diligence by studying up with our Fall Boot Guide. But let’s say you’re more of a jeans guy. How do you wear jeans with boots?
Here are eight of our favorite fall looks that pair jeans with boots.
1. Suede Ankle Boots – Coffee Date
Suede boots aren’t your everyday boots, but they’re perfect when you want to make a stylish first impression. We’ve learned recently that women are fine judges of your footwear, and a solid boot game shows that you’ve put some quality thought into your style. Suede boots take it to the next level.
2. Brown Chelsea Boots – Everyday Style
Chelsea boots are the loafers of the boots world. They’re comfortable, easy to slip on and are super versatile. My brown leather chelseas are the first pair I reach for in the fall, especially when I’m in a hurry. No fuss and always stylish. Adding a waistcoat to a simple jeans and button-up combo is an easy way to make a good outfit great.
3. Wingtip Dress Boots – Creative Layering
Wingtip leather dress boots are the quintessential “dressing up denim” boots. Even if your jeans are a little worn in, a good wingtip dress boot can help tie together an outfit that’s more creative and well-thought out up top.
4. Black Chelsea Boots – Casual Friday
Black chelsea boots are your more dressed-up alternative to brown chelseas. If your office indulges in Casual Fridays, that’s a great opportunity to break these out. Paired with black denim (your “in-between dress pant), a crisp white button-down and a sharp leather jacket you’ll transition seamlessly from work to happy hour.
5. Wingtip Dress Boots – Classic Sharp Casual
Wingtip dress boots are also the perfect pair for a classic sharp casual look – blazer, button-up and jeans. Add in some pattern play, like a nice plaid blazer and brown gingham shirt, for some easy fall style.
6. Desert Boots – Office Apropos
It’s easy to get stuck in a rut when it comes to dressing for work. That’s why it’s important to think seasonally when it comes to footwear. Swap out your usual shoes for a light suede desert boot to make a subtly stylish seasonal statement at the office.
7. Wingtip Dress Boots – Well-Appointed
Like the third look, this one is all about a few well-appointed accessories balancing the wingtip dress boots. As the temperatures start to drop, add a waistcoat, a lightweight silk scarf and wool newsboy cap for warmth.
8. Casual Boots – Easy Weekend
Don’t forget your casual boots! If they’re newer and still in decent shape, you can still wear them with dark denim. A good way to add a touch of ruggedness to a fall weekend look.
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