9 Shoe Styles That Always Look Good With Jeans

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Is there anything more classic than a humble pair of jeans? Personally, I'd say no. The timeless item finds a home in just about everyone's wardrobe, in every corner of the globe, regardless of age or gender.

Of course, when an item is as versatile as a pair of jeans, there are about a thousand different ways you can style them, dressing them up or down depending on the event or occasion. Today, however, I'm here to talk about the way you style jeans with shoes.

I don't know about you, but when it comes to styling inspiration, I always like to look to street style imagery, and luckily, in recent times, showgoers have offered up a plethora of outfit ideas. Each season, the fashion set takes to the streets in jeans of every shade and silhouette—be it indigo straight-leg pairs or vintage-wash flares—styling their denim alongside ever-so-interesting footwear choices. With this in mind, I looked through hundreds of street style images to bring you the best pairings I could find. Are these groundbreaking outfit formulas? No, but sometimes, the best looks are the most simple.

So keep scrolling for nine foolproof jeans-and-shoe pairings to try next time you're planning to change up your routine.

Sneakers

Veja V-10 Trainers (£115)

Pointed-Toe Heels

Prada Logo-Tongue Leather Slingback Pumps (£715)

Converse Chuck Taylors

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hi White Leather Trainers (£70)

Combat Boots

& Other Stories Chunky Platform Leather Boots (£165)

Heeled Sandals

H&M Leather Mules (£50)

Ballet Flats

Mango Bow Leather Ballerina (£36)

Ankle Boots

Zara Leather Cowboy Ankle Boots (£80)

Vans

Vans Old Skool Trainers (£65)

Loafers

ASOS Design Minny Chunky Lace Up Flat Shoes in Black (£30)

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