Jeans are a year-round outfit and can be easily worn during those chilly autumn days. Their immense flexibility and incredibly easy customization have made them the top favorite fashion item. There are specially designed for both women and men and come in many shapes, sizes and, of course, colors. Since fall is here and we are getting closer to winter, you should check some of our tips regarding what to wear with jeans.
First of all, you should buy jeans in which you feel comfortable. Buying very skinny jeans, in which you struggle to fit, will make your body seem deformed and you will look funny. The exact opposite is also available: very loose clothes will make you look like a hobo or hippie (unless you really want that). Now, let’s talk about more fashionable looks.
Men and women can easily get a stylish fall looks that are certain to turn heads, by simply wearing a pair of dark denim jeans and classy clothes. A tuxedo-dark jeans combo is really amazing (especially if you have a slim, athletic body). Women can pair up with a classy cardigan or a long coat. And you can never go wrong with black.
A more “intellectual” appearance is guaranteed by wearing a long-sleeved Oxford shirt, a sweater and an open long-coat. Add some glasses, too and your outfit will be complete. Men can also wear a linen-cotton blend shirt and still look fashionable. A blue shirt is perfect, reflecting the chilly atmosphere, filled with darken clouds.
If the weather is not that cold, ladies can always opt for a grey cardigan, a white or colored shirt and dark blue denim pants. High-heels and high-waist jeans are a fashionable combo anytime of the years. But in autumn it will look even better, showing the world how confident you are about your body.
A bit surprisingly, the color red has become a new trend. In fact, red clothes have become omnipresent in the recent works of many fashion designers. So, buying a pair of red pants, well matched with a red t-shirt and cardigan will be something to keep up with the trends.
As winter closes by and temperatures are dropping, we can expect more precipitations. The days of t-shirts and thin clothes are over and you must adapt. Luckily, some styles never die and some are quickly revived. For example, the heritage check coat style is a brand new, reinvented one. Just make sure to carefully pair it with other clothes, otherwise you will look like an aging Victorian English.