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How To Wear Boyfriend Jeans – 20 Stylish Options

The boyfriend jeans have been around for far less time than their skinny or slim-fit counterparts, yet they have reached the same levels of devotion from fashion aficionados everywhere. And, just as skinny jeans are pretty much immortal by now, boyfriend jeans are also on their way to achieving this status – they will be forever in style!

Read on for a few tips on how to wear boyfriend jeans:

How To Wear Boyfriend Jeans #1:

Dressing Them Up

Dressing up your boyfriend jeans can make you feel both put together and comfortable at the same time. In fact, you could sneakily style them in such a way that they become appropriate for work – why not?

A) With Pumps Or Stilettos

Pair boyfriend jeans with a sweater and with pumps or stilettos for the quintessential fall ensemble. Add a (preferably) oversized coat on top to transition this look into the upcoming winter.

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B) With High Heel Sandals

This is the perfect combination for summer days! A pair of boyfriend jeans looks effortless even with high heel sandals. As for the upper part, a band or vintage T-shirt add that extra dose of chicness.

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How To Wear Boyfriend Jeans #2:

Dressing Them Down

We might as well call this the lazy girl’s guide to effortless dressing, since these are obvious (but oh-so cool!) pairings.

A) With (Ballet) Flats

Ideal for extra-long shopping sessions or for any activities that involve a lot of standing and walking. Consider pairing boyfriend jeans with flats when you are exploring a new city on foot and you want to look fabulous in EVERY picture.

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B) With Sneakers

Are you into the whole normcore craze? Then this combination should be way up your alley. Worn with slip-ons or sneakers, boyfriend jeans are casual enough to look unpretentious. To polish things up just a bit, add a tee and a blazer – easy and sooo comfortable!

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