Finding the right accessories or clothing to match is an art of its own. If you do not want to look like a clown, you must carefully match styles and sizes. And when it comes to straight jeans, things may get a bit complicated than it seems. Yes, it is the most common style of jeans, but even so, it may pose some restrictions. Find out more about what to wear with this type of jeans.
Straight jeans are the ones we use for a casual, relaxed outfit. For women, they can handle nearly any height of heel, and they go well with trim shoe styles as they do with heavier ones. The good news is that the style is flattering for any fit woman/man.
For example, a woman who wants to make her legs look a bit longer can use these jeans combined with a short jacket. You can also roll up to ankle a classic pair of straight jeans, for a more chic look. It will also expose and highlight any new pair of shoes you have both. Needless to say, your high-heel shoes will make a really bold stance.
If you want a though look, use some cool looking ankle boots with low heels. A really nice casual look can be obtained by using a colorful cardigan. And do not forget to get your scarf if the weather gets really chilly.
You can never go wrong with a pair of straight jeans and a long coat. This style has been advertised by many celebrities who want to look chic and elegant. Furthermore, you can accessorize the style by adding a statement necklace.
A simple, classic blazer will give a more distinctive look to any casual straight jeans. And you can easily accessorize it with a pair of sunglasses. Just make sure to match the colors.
For those who want a sassy look, we have good news. Denim pairs well with backless shirts. Again, you must choose your clothing carefully, and we are talking only about the color matching. Wearing something sassy can be a risky maneuver and there is a very thin line between something spicy and provocateur and something that’s kitschy.
The trend for this autumn is a cropped, stovepipe straight-leg silhouette. It is a good reminder of the 90′, but let us not forget that mom jeans are also returning nowadays, stronger than ever before.