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How to Match Jeans in Winter

Jeans have come a long way in fashion trends, that it has transitioned from classic wear to a closet staple. A pair of jeans is a go-to item for off-duty days and can easily be paired with anything without a second thought. Their simplicity makes them an essential asset.

If you are guilty of pairing your jeans with only a tee, embrace yourself for some styling inspiration. You will be amazed at how your jeans match well with other clothing as you get ready for winter when differently worn.

Pair the Jeans with a Black Puffer

Wear your blue jeans and a puffer and compliment the look with a pair of trainers and a beanie hat. It is a perfect outfit for the day. Alternatively, swap with black jeans and a pair of boots, especially cowboy boots, which are trending this winter.

Drape A Coat Over A Blazer

It’s coat season, and draping it over a blazer makes a fashion statement. Make sure the fabrics of both your coat and blazer are not the same. As long as the outwear can drape over the blazer without stress or bulking and the tail covers the tail of the blazer, you are good to go. 

Pair with Faux-Fur Coat

Pair your jeans to have an instant look of glam with a faux-fur shearling midi coat, boots, and a jumper. The fur coat adds a touch of elegance without striving too hard. Toss on a super-soft faux-fur cropped zipped hoodie over your workout outfit for a more trendy and relaxed look.

Pair with A Leather Jacket and Knee-Length Boots

Knee-length boots and a leather jacket with jeans are a perfect outfit for the cold season. Keep everything in the same color family for a monochromatic look. 

Denim on Denim

The Denim-on-denim look adds a little contrast to the material. Match the intense look with a white T-shirt to have a creative chic vibe.

If you wondered how you would style your standard jeans, now you are in the know. No more boring basic pairing. Whether dressing for brunch with friends or a night out on the weekend, you have plenty of looks to choose from for the winter.

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