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6 Ways to Wear Skinny Jeans That You Already Own

The skinny jean is the tried and true member of your denim collection. Let’s be honest though, it is probably not your favorite. When there are so many fun denim cuts, it’s not hard to understand why. That being said, skinny jeans are without a doubt the most flattering cut for most body types. So, we should not neglect them too much. Here’s a few ideas of how to style those skinny jeans that are already in your closet.

Oversized Blazer

Balance the form fitting denim with an oversized blazer that is beyond trending. It is the perfect way to give favorite pair of skinnies a 2018 update.

Combat Boots

If there is anything that looks great with a pair of skinny jeans, it is a pair of combat boots. They add a cool edge that takes away that basic vibe that the cut can give off.

Embrace denim on denim

It’s a combo that sometimes scares people, but I encourage you to lean into it. It one of the easiest looks to pull off and likely would not require you to purchase anything.

Pair with a chic blouse

You can never go with a statement blouse tucked into a pair of skinny jeans. It will look polished and fashion forward at the same time.

Belt it

Belts never went out of style, but they are certainly trending more now than they have in a while. Throw on a belt to make your life just a little less minimalistic. Bonus points if the belt has a eye catching metal hardware.

Wear with unique shoes

The best thing about skinny jeans is that they do not compete with your shoes, they compliment them. Try wear a pair of bold shoes with best fitting skinnies. You’ll love how well they go together.

How do you wear skinny jeans?

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