We’re all for fall style—oversized sweaters and leather boots and all—but the outfit options tend to get monotonous. When you have to start bundling up as the temps drop, you’re mostly confined to pants and boots. It might seem like you’re constantly outfit repeating in the fall, but there’s ways to work around this dilemma. We rounded up five versatile jeans and boots outfits that you can rock all season long.
Black Jeans With Ankle Boots:
Blue jeans are such a staple wardrobe item that sometimes black versions get forgotten. Black jeans serve as the perfect pant to mix up your go-to fall looks and add a little edge to any outfit. Black pairs well with anything, but be wary of mixing dark jeans with light brown ankle boots. Sometimes these neutrals don’t mesh. For the sleekest look, ball out in head to toe black. You can’t go wrong with a monochromatic fall ‘fit.
[Photo: The Viva Luxury]
Jeans With Over-The-Knee Boots:
Over-the-knee boots are a much lighter and chicer alternative to chunky leather boots in the fall. This boot and jean combo is definitely one of the easiest to style. Slip thigh-high boots over your favorite pair of skinnies and you’re set. Make sure you stick to tighter pants with this shoe trend to avoid any bagginess or bulges. You also want to pair this outfit with a shorter top, especially if you have a petite frame, to avoid cutting off your legs.
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Jeans With Riding Boots:
Jeans and riding boots make up one of the most popular fall looks, but also one of the most repeated. Whether you own a pair of black or brown tall leather boots, finding new jean outfit combos seems like a chore. But, there’s actually so many ways to rock your jeans and boots—the secret to success lies in your tops. To spice things up, try layering different pieces over your jeans and boots. Mix and match tanks, blouses, or sweaters with different jackets, coats, and blazers. You can totally get away with outfit repeating, and no one will notice.
[Photo: Damsel In Dior]
Jeans With Booties:
Skinny jeans and booties go together better than peas and carrots, but styling them can be a struggle. Many women don’t know whether to roll or tuck in their pant hems, but we definitely vote for a cuffed pant. Tucking your jeans into your boots creates an overall frumpy look, making it look like your jeans are too long for your legs. So, tucking is a no-no. You should also never try pulling your skinnies over your booties. This causes an awkward shape where your jeans hit the shoes and just looks super odd. Go for the rolling route, cuffing the hem to your desired length depending on the height of your booties. But, don’t roll them up too high, or else the pants will make your legs look shorter. Try to show a little bit of ankle to elongate your legs.
[Photo: Jess Ann Kirby]
Jeans With Ankle Boots:
For another jean and bootie variation, stick to looser fitting pants. That way, you won’t have to stress about tucking or rolling. Look for jeans with more of a boyfriend or cropped boot-cut fit, and pair with taller booties with a slightly slimming fit to pull off this look. Ta da—you now have a worry-free and totally comfortable fall look. Not to mention, this outfit will make your legs look eight miles long.
[Photo: Mind Body Swag]
[Photo: The Viva Luxury]