Shoes with chisel toes have a hint of attitude without getting in the way. Never wear closed-lacing shoes with jeans, only with chinos and dress pants. I did not see sandals being mentioned.
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To maintain their favoured position, the way we wear skinny jeans must adapt and evolve, moving with the times and working with emerging trends.
Spray-on styles typically contain a high proportion of stretch elastane, are tapered close to the leg all the way down essentially clinging to the skin and have a very narrow ankle opening. Standard styles, on the other hand, are usually made from per cent cotton, or may have a small percentage of elastane weaved in for comfort. With these parameters in mind, establishing which style, if any, will suit your body type should be your first consideration.
However, we will preface our advice by saying that as long as you feel comfortable and confident then the world is your oyster — you may wear whatever you wish. The following is simply a guide for those who remain unsure. Spray-on jeans should be firmly restricted to a lucky few: Choosing to wear such revealing clothing without seeming try hard or compensatory can be extremely tricky — if you have a well-built upper body but small, slim legs, spray-on jeans will make the contrast appear even more extreme, while if you are tall and skinny they will only emphasise a lack of bulk and size, creating a lanky silhouette without real definition.
Spray-on jeans draw attention to every single imperfection and there is absolutely no hiding from the fact that they are still a statement piece. You need to be both confident in your body and personal style in order to pull them off successfully.
The muted, monotone colour palette utilised below makes this look very wearable. It forgoes the ostentatious in favour of simple, versatile pieces that work great individually and fit seamlessly together to create a forward-thinking outfit. A single shot of rich, winter colour adds life to the darker tones and a longline tee breaks free from the cropped bomber and sweatshirt, diversifying length.
The quilted bomber adds a layer of textural separation between the tonal elements of this look, while some classic slip-on trainers and simple accessories keep things practical and comfortable:. Raglan sleeve overcoats are relatively new , but they are just the thing if you want to make a splash this season. Spray-on jeans offer a great counter point to an oversized jacket remember the importance of good legs and the mid-blue wash pair below will stand out against the lighter coloured coat.
Unlike spray-on jeans, standard skinny jeans are much more versatile. The slightly wider leg and less pronounced taper allows tall, slim guys to achieve a sharp silhouette while maintaining a balance between height and width. For those with big upper bodies and smaller legs, standard styles place more focus on the outfit as a whole rather than just the bottom half. Sadly, for bigger guys even standard styles are too tight, with the severe leg taper unable to accommodate any additional weight, be it muscle or fat.
White converse sneakers and classic blue denim skinny jeans have a free-and-easy style that embodies the essence of warm summer days. Team with white tee and little denim jacket, a crop top and long jacket, or a traditional striped sailor top.
Or try a black pair, complete with black skinny jeans, little black T-shirt and leather biker jacket for an edgier combo. The skinny jeans and sneakers pairing also works well in pastels, especially with shorter jeans that show off a shapely ankle. Bridging the gap between sneakers and boots, high tops also look fantastic with your skinny jeans. A longer leg length lets you tuck your skinny jeans into high tops for a seamless feel or capitalise on the ruffled look — the choice is yours.
White high tops look beautiful with blue denim or white jeans for a relaxed ambience, but can add some stand-out contrast to a monochrome outfit or smooth black jeans.
For a harmonious appearance, layer your outfit in cool neutrals and choose subtly-toned high tops to blend in. Of course, skinny jeans and killer heels are the ultimate in stylish elegance. But take care to think about the overall balance of your outfit — an all over skin-tight outfit can look outstanding, but you may find a looser styled top keeps your look better balanced.
Try pointed sandals with denim skinny jeans and a button-through denim shirt, or high ankle boots with black skinny jeans, short white tee and colourful oversized cardigan. But skinny jeans look equally as attractive with flats. Pointy flats are also a superb choice, although they can elongate the look of your feet, so may not be the best option if your feet are larger.
Skinny jeans make the ideal companion to boots of every kind, because they tuck inside without fuss and you can achieve a totally smooth outline. Boots with narrow heels give an illusion of greater height, making them ideal for shorter figures, but a willowy frame can get away lower heels without losing that statuesque appearance.
For a completely fitted silhouette, match skinny jeans with a long-sleeved stretch tee or polo and accent your waist with a wide belt. Team jeans and long boots with a looser tunic and long scarf to emphasise the slimness of your legs. And of course, Ugg-style boots have their own unique ambience when paired with flowing upper layers. Skinny jeans and short boots are the perfect combination for cooler months.
For a sophisticated feel, wear your skinny jeans with short heeled boots, soft tunic, linen jacket and neck-scarf. Or choose flat work-boots to wear with a more casual ensemble. Classic black works well with all colours of skinny jeans, but especially darker shades, whilst tan makes a brilliant contrast to denims. Nothing gives you the feel of the wild west better than a pair of skinny jeans together with beautifully tooled cowboy boots.
The looser design of the cowboy boot lets you tuck skin-tight skinny jeans inside for a flawless outline or scrunch a looser leg style inside for an authentic cowboy look. Choose between short, mid-calf or long cowboy boots for the ultimate in versatility. Traditional brown or tan make the ideal pairing, or step out with a brightly coloured pair for a different take. Match with checked shirt and leather jacket for a traditional cowboy outfit, or vary your top for a more contemporary feel.
Wearing skinny jeans with combat boots is the epitome of casual. These flat boots vary in length, with vintage laces or buckled straps, and sometimes extra detailing such as tooling, faux fur lining or flapped top. Combat boots give your feet a heavier look, so make sure you add looser layers on top to balance this. Dark combats look great with black skinny jeans or ripped denim, but for a brighter pizzazz, try a vibrant colour or floral print with coloured skinny jeans.
Sandals are the perfect summer accompaniment to skinny jeans and versatility wins again here. Almost any style of sandal looks wonderful with skinny jeans, whether you choose strappy high heels, ankle-length lace-ups, low sling-backs or Birkenstocks.
Skinny jeans and flat sandals are also a winning combination, with the added benefit of superb comfort all day long.
Whether styling beat-up skinnies with a pair of unexpectedly dressy shoes, or choosing a pair with cool details like zippers, rips, or cuffs, we’ve sifted through an array of photos to find 25 cool new combos of what to wear with skinny jeans. We're willing to bet that you have a stellar pair of skinny jeans in consistent outfit rotation. Summer, fall, winter, or spring, the beloved wardrobe essential will always be—well—an essential. Women's Green Trenchcoat, Grey Crew-neck T-shirt, Light Blue Skinny Jeans, Black and White High Top Sneakers A green trenchcoat and light blue skinny jeans will showcase your sartorial self. For a more relaxed take, throw in a pair of black and white high top sneakers.