How to Wear Denim And Boots

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Today we are going to talk about denim looks that look simply outstanding with edgy footwear (leather, suede). First of all, this shoe-wear look cool with jean skirts, pants (skinnies, boot cut), shorts and double jean looks. As you can see from the images below, there are so many possible options, that are countless, that's why you have to choose one and make sure that it really fits you, your body, face and keep attention on your comfortability. Skinny pants will look great with boots. You can style it with a nice blazer or cool biker jacket, just keep attention on the fit. If it's winter time, then wear skinnies tucked into your shoes, no matter if these shoes are knee-high, ankle booties or even thigh-highs, you will look perfect with any style. Make sure, that your jeans are tight enough to be tucked in (they don't cause a fabric roll), or the jeggings will also work perfectly, if you want to tuck them inside the footwear.

How to Wear Denim And Boots 2017

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How to Wear Denim And Boots 2017
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However, many girls and women don't have perfect side, that's why many ladies have problems with too tight ones, that's why there are several options of the possible stylings, the first one is to wear leggings with a loose top, which length goes way down to thigh or above the knee, use belt to emphasize the waist and shoes, or you can buy stretchy jeans that will lift bottom and tuck the stomach in, or use straight leg pants.

How to Wear Denim And Boots 2017
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No really, tell us, who doesn't like wild wild cowgirl? Indeed, many fashionistas, fashion bloggers and celebs appear in the streets wearing jean-pants, or skirts teamed with cool shoes. Well, as we have already noticed, this fabric goes perfect with everything, no matter if it's light wash, medium or dark wash, but it really looks awesome with almost every shoe colors.

How to Wear Denim And Boots 2017

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If it's summer, or the start of fall season, then you can style jean-skirts with cool footwear, but do not wear flowing, calf-length skirts with ankle ones, as your legs will look short and stubby. The ankle ones are also great addition to your jeans + boots look, as they are really versatile and comfy, they look feminine and daring. If it's winter time, then you can simply ad pair of tights underneath the skirt or shorts.

How to Wear Denim And Boots 2017

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Do not be afraid of investing money in qualitative high shoes, as they will look amazing when you will pair them with shorter skirts. If you are about to wear the skirts, or fitted jeans with heels for work, then we advice to choose stable, but lower heel, we felt in love with biker chic shoes or riding ones, for a cowgirl appearance. This look will be perfect with casual long sleeved shirts for a simple touch, or you can style your wardrobe staples with soft cardigans.

How to Wear Denim And Boots 2017
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How to Wear Denim And Boots 2017

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How to Wear Denim And Boots 2017

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But keep attention on ankle ones, as they are everywhere now, so you can wear them with cool short summery dresses and jean jackets, or denim shorts and skirts!

How to Wear Denim And Boots 2017

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How to Wear Denim And Boots 2017

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If we speak about teaming ankle shoes with shorts, then believe us, light colored ankle ones with shorts will look outstanding and bold. The short boots go perfect with any outfit and body type. If you want something for an everyday look, then choose flat heeled ankle boots teamed with cool office style white blouse, black pencil skirt and jacket.





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