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Hello, guys today we’re gonna be talking about how to wear ankle boots with jeans. Ankle Boots are perfect for the winter and fall seasons and make you look chicer than your regular pair of sneakers. There are many ways you can wear them according to your outfit among them I’ll be talking about a few of them.
Are your jeans just a little bit too long? Do they look a bit baggy and funky? A quick cuff can make your jeans looking super tailored and make your ankle boots shine at the same time. Grab the bottom hem of your jeans and flip it back up until you see about 1 to a 2-inch sliver of skin in between the top of the ankle boot and the bottom of your jean. What this does is provide a visual break between the denim and your ankle boot. It’s defining the nip in your ankle proving a nice slimming effect from the front and also the side profile. For the size of the cuff, I’d keep it around 3 inches max.
This one has got 2 rolls. Fold your hem back once and do it a second time. I still keep that 1 to 2 inch of skin showing. This one is great if you have a pair of jeans that are a little bit longer and you really need to eat up that fabric. It’s also great if you have a really high boot shaft and you need to lift up your jeans to clear the top of your boot. The double roll gives you a firmer seal on the cuff.
Ankle length or cropped skinny
If you’re not into the cuff block then I highly recommend trying the ankle-length or cropped skinny jeans. They are convenient as you can just throw on your jeans and ankle boots and you’re ready to go. It gives you a seamless look because you don’t have that cuff at the bottom. It’s also easier to interchange your one pair of jeans with a lot of ankle boots because you don’t have to keep addressing the cuff every time.
Cropped Straight Leg
The cropped straight leg jeans give you a break from your skinny jeans and give you an edge compared to your skinny jeans when you wear them with your ankle boots. Unlike skinny jeans, it’s okay to not show any skin. Defining your ankle is the most important thing and you’re achieving that with the contrast of the wider jean leg.
When it comes to flare jeans the higher the waist the longer you look. The key thing with flare jeans is that it looks better with a pointy-toed high heel shoe. Just make sure your heels are long enough so that your jeans aren’t dragging all over the ground. If you’re taller then you don’t need such an extremely high heel of a shoe.
The good old fashion tuck is obviously one of the easiest ways to handle your denim hem. I highly recommend wearing some skinny jeans something that’s fitting or at least tapers from the knee downwards. You want to minimize any excess fabric because it’s gonna be so hard to shove all that extra denim into the ankle boot it’s gonna bunch every time you walk.
Ankle boots with bootcut jean
When pairing ankle boots with bootcut jeans, the hem of the jeans should come within an inch of the ground, but you can wear them with a rounded toe if you prefer. This look seems to be more popular.
Let’s go into our final style that is matching your denim and your ankle boot. To keep a long, lean line, go for a monochromatic look. Of course the most stylish is the black combination of the sleek black pair of jeans with some awesome black ankle boots. It looks really polished and professional enough for the office or also for the chic city girl style.