04 Jan 2021
Street styles

The Best Ways to Wear Jeans With Heels

Dark denim with a beige coat, white tee, and fancy heels

If jeans are your best friends you can't live without, the great news is, they ideally work with heels, which can add a certain pizzazz to them and easily take you from a casual coffee-with-a-friend look to a fancy night out outfit. Heels not only elongate your legs and deliver a slimming effect but also enhance your posture and give grace and elegance to every step you take. What's more, they are available in a wide variety of styles, shapes, and colours, so no matter whether you are heading for a formal dinner or work on a casual Friday, there will be a pair perfectly suitable for the occasion. 

To make your life easier, below we share some great outfit ideas that will let you look at your denim in a new light. Thanks to celebrities, recent Paris fashion week, and "It" girls on Instagram, we know exactly how to put together different styles of jeans and heels to emulate the best this season. The best thing you can do? Get in on the act and go rock your jeans with heels in style! 

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Skinny Jeans and Sock Boots

Skinnies are favourite go-to jeans of most girls. Fitting like a second skin, they flatter any girl and make you look longer and leaner. Best of all, they can easily take you from office wear to Friday cocktails with just a little switch. We offer you to streamline the polished silhouette with high pointed-toe sock boots of the same colour to elongate your legs even more. Add a pretty blouse and a jumper, which you can swap for a biker leather jacket once you clock out, and you’re ready for happy hours after work.

Wide-Legged Jeans and Ankle-High Boots

Wide-legged jeans can be casual and daring at the same time. With 1990s flair, they have made a huge comeback this season and are seen all over Instagram feeds. To unleash their full retro potential, team wide-legged jeans with block heels and complement your high-spirited silhouette with a feminine ruffled blouse. For a more mature look, throw a classy blazer over it. We really like how Katie Holms keeps her look polished and comfy with a black velvet blazer, blue wide-legged jeans, and black square-toe boots. She completed her outfit with a beige trench coat that enhances vintage vibes and adds comfort at the same time. Two birds killed with one stone. 

Cropped Jeans With Mules

Want to go bolder? Steal the look by Rosie Huntington-Whiteley who likes simple silhouettes mixed with statement pieces. She wears a basic t-shirt, blue cropped jeans, and a bold red blazer. To give this dynamic outfit extra flair, she adds white heeled mules and a cream handbag. Peep-toe shoes or lace-up heeled sandals work great for summer and can be swapped for court shoes or ankle-high booties for cooler nights. 

Mom Jeans With Stilettos

Are you seriously in a style rut? Then, there’s no better way to mix things up than with fashion-forward mom jeans. Team your oversized pair of jeans with elegant stilettos to create contrast and complete your ensemble with a crop top and a classy blazer to add a bit of extra punch. The angled, sharp heels with baggy jeans will not only look ultra-stylish but also cut the bagginess of the bottoms and balance out your whole look. Opt for structured, pointy toes and the highest heel you can wear comfortably to balance out your jeans.

Flared Jeans and Pointed-Toe Shoes

To make flared jeans really work, choose high-heeled pointed-toe shoes. They can enhance the vintage look of denim and give your legs the added length. For daytime wear, choose chunky heels that are extra-comfortable and can easily offset the volume of flared jeans. Play with the contrast and try white, creamy, or nude shoes with washed-out jeans.

Ripped Jeans and Extra-High Heels

Ripped styles are denim's way of saying “I am extra casual”. But, when styled right, they can easily create a glammed-up outfit. Khloe Kardashian keeps things street-chic by pairing blue distressed jeans with a dressy puff-sleeve shirt and extra-elegant, sky-high stilettos. Even though you won’t be able to hit a black-tie event in an outfit like this, it will be perfect for a night at a fancy night club. 

Classic Blue Jeans and Court Shoes

Classic straight-leg blue jeans are a timeless denim staple that can be worn all year round. Victoria Beckham hits the streets wearing a loose beige jumper and straight jeans, which is a hot autumn/spring season trend. To give this ensemble "on my way to a fashion show" verve, complete it with a pair of court shoes. Victoria walks the line between edgy and exquisite, wearing heels in a vibrant poppy red hue. 

Black Jeans and White Shoes

Start embracing your toe cleavage wearing boots with jeans like Kendall. She looks effortlessly cool in high-waisted boyfriend jeans and a black printed t-shirt styled with white booties. Black jeans and white shoes exude versatility and make a timeless duo when worn together. Want to go more feminine? Then try form-fitting jeans, a simple button-down shirt and nude heels to elongate your legs. Pick shoes that are close to your skin tone so as not to break a streamlined silhouette.

White Jeans and Tan Shoes

Wearing black shoes with white jeans is another timeless look that's easy to pull off. Yet, to look and feel this season, opt for earthy tones and team your jeans with neutral shoes in sand, tan, beige, taupe, nude, ivory and cream shades. Dissimilar to black footwear, you can’t go overwhelming even if you're not careful with the rest of your outfit. Opt for strappy sandals, full-coverage flats, mules, court shoes, or booties. Actually, you aren’t limited to styles as all of them go well. The contrast will be extra soft.

As you see, there are plenty of ways to rock jeans in a fresh and stylish way, and we hope some of these outfits have inspired you to give your tried-and-true pair a new lease on life.