How To Pair Ankle Boots With Jeans?
Ankle boots and jeans always go well together. Here are some trendy styles to wear.
Complementing jeans with ankle boots is sometimes a challenge. This is due to the wide variety of ankle boot designs available. There are several heel sizes and shapes to consider, which may be overwhelming. It becomes even more complicated since the length and breadth of your jeans will determine how you dress each boot design.
Jeans with Sculpted Heels for Ankles
Before discussing which jeans go best with brogues, we should discuss the boots themselves. Ankle boots come in a wide variety of styles and materials; nevertheless, when paired with slacks or jeans, the most important considerations are the boot’s form, height, and heel specifications rather than the intricacies of the design. We’ve compiled a list of the 5 most common styles of traditional ankle boots that complement most pairs of jeans. In this article, I’ll be referring to these specifically.
The Tall Ankle Boot
Ankle boots with a shaft that rises much above the ankle are sometimes called “tall.” These may be made snug or slack around the ankle and leg. All sorts of heel styles and heel heights are available. You may wear them over short or long jeans.
Low Ankle Boots
Boots with a short shaft are known as low-ankle boots. This style of footwear has a top that rests on or under the ankle. Casualness is enhanced by the lower block heel typical of them. But there are also variations with cutouts at the ankle or elastic waist sides and western-style heels. These boots go well with shorter jeans but can work with longer cuts. These Chelsea boots are a traditional ankle length. They’re adaptable booties that come with a wide range of heel heights and shaft widths. These are the most convenient ankle boots since they match every outfit.
Wide Ankle Boots
These are wide-ankle boots, which means the shaft of the boot is broader and provides more room around the ankle. These are often more relaxed and informal, with a western and/or chill vibe. Tucked into slim or straight-length jeans, or worn with short jeans that expose some ankle, wide brogues are a terrific choice.
High or knee-high, yet snug around the ankles, these are tight ankle boots. Sock boots, which have an elastic shaft like a sock, are a perfect example of this style of shoe. For a polished look, choose a pair of black or metallic tight black boots with the stiletto heel. In a subsequent piece, I’ll cover the wide variety of ankle boots available. If you can’t wait, check out my blog post on the many styles of women’s boots available.