Bare-Leg Season Can Wait—Try These Stylish Spring Jeans Looks Instead

Maxine Eggenberger
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Okay, so it's sunshine one minute and a blizzard the next, but that's the British springtime for you—completely unpredictable. But don't worry, for we've found the transitional solution to your current outfit woes: spring denim.

Jeans are timeless, easy to style, comfortable and, most importantly, cosy, so it makes sense to plan a handful of chic spring jeans outfits that you can throw on at a moment's notice when the weather proves changeable.

From edgy leather shirting to stylish cardigans, the following spring jeans outfits will satisfy your fashionable needs until baring your legs becomes a feasible option. Scroll below to see them and to shop the staples you need to re-create them.

1. Straight Jeans + Cardigan

Style Notes: We can always count on Monikh when we're in need of a dose of off-duty outfit inspiration. Her straight-leg jeans look chic when worn with an elegant shoulder bag and minimalist sandals.


Theory Malinka Cashmere Cardigan (£450)

By Far Rachel Bag (£315)

Levi's Ribcage Straight Ankle Jeans (£88)

Russell & Bromley Hoxton Toe Post Flatform Sandal (£155)

2. Collared Blouse + Wide-Leg Jeans

Style Notes: Wide-leg jeans and collared blouses are two of spring's key buys. Put them together, and what do you get? An outfit that'll serve you well for the next six months and beyond.


Monki Ruffle Collar Blouse (£25)

Totême Mid Denim High-Rise Jeans (£220)

Mango Knot Heel Sandals (£36)

3. Blazer + Khaki Jeans

Style Notes: Proof that the best jeans looks don't necessarily revolve around blue denim. Karina elevates her khaki pair with a blazer and strappy sandals.


& Other Stories Oversized Wool Blend Tailored Blazer (£165)

Arket Crew-Neck T-Shirt (£15)

Marks and Spencer High Waisted Balloon Jeans (£30)

Bottega Veneta Leather Sandals (£655)

4. Cable-Knit Cardigan + White Heels

Style Notes: While many French women say they steer clear of jeans, Adenorah isn't one of them. Somehow, she always manages to make denim look impossibly polished. She even makes this ripped pair look chic with the addition of white mules and a classic cable-knit cardigan.


Free People Bonfire Cardi (£108)

Zara Wide-Leg Ripped Jeans (£30)

Who What Wear Joy Heeled Mules (£100)


Style Notes: Far from basic, monochrome outfits are trending in a big way for 2021, and one of the easiest ways to channel the trend is with a pair of ecru jeans and a plain black tee. Just add your favourite gold-tone jewels and simple accessories.


Arket Heavy-Weight T-Shirt (£35)

Thomas Sabo Small Hoop Earrings (£69)

COS High-Waisted Taper Jeans (£69)

& Other Stories Chunky Strap Heeled Leather Sandals (£85)

6. Leather Jacket + High-Rise Jeans

Style Notes: Queen of cool Ada Oguntodu always looks her best when jeans are involved. Her combination of a leather jacket, a racer vest and white boots is understated but incredibly stylish. Bravo, lady.


Remain Birger Christensen Eilera Belted Leather Jacket (£480)

Warehouse Organic Cotton Scoop Neck Vest (£18)

Monki Yoko Jeans (£40)

Prada Patent-Leather Pumps (£545)

7. Sleeveless Knit + White Jeans

Style Notes: Eni has a knack for making her pieces look expensive, which is exactly what she's managed to do with this lemon knit. How gorgeous does it look with her white skinny jeans and designer-worthy sandals?


& Other Stories Boxy Silk Blend Vest (£55)

Marks and Spencer Magic Shaping Straight Leg Jeans (£40)

Mango Flowered Heel Sandals (£50)

This post was originally published at an earlier time and has since been updated.

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