Tennis shoes and jeans are all-time favorite pairs for everyone, from the fashion elite to young teenagers. They are easy to mix and could result in various styles. You could look like a hot sexy girl on the way to date, or a famous fashionista promoting the latest collection. However, if paired incorrectly, you would appear like a mom rushing for a bus.
But do not worry and hesitate to try this combo. It does not matter if you are 16 or 30, jeans and comfortable tennis shoes are still available and appropriate for you to wear in the street.
If you are in trouble figuring out which should go with which, you are in the right place! Here are some tips to nail the look and make you stand out from the crowd.
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A Low-Cut Sneaker With Straight-Leg Jeans
You can never go wrong with this combination! The cut well below your ankle bones flatter your look with a discreetly sexy odor and somehow make you look taller. Wear no-show socks to make sure your ankles are showing off and get rid of a sloppy look. Opting for a neutral color palette would never go out of style and boost your elegant look.
A High-Top Sneaker With Skinny Jeans Or Cropped Jeans
The skinny jeans would curve around your calves and ankles. The hems of jeans should be tucked under your shoes to avoid bunching or bulk. The cropped one, maybe with a cuff, which nearly meets at the top of the pair, really creates an elongated leg line.
Low-Cut Shoes With Funky Socks And Cuffed Jeans
Remember to cuff your jeans to show your beautiful colorful socks. This look tends to spread the energetic, sporty, and optimistic energy to yourself and the people surrounding you. You could flashback to the passionate high school time hanging out with your friends and doing dumb things together.
However, you should only choose black or white shoes to pair with socks! The less is more!
High-Waisted And Wide-Leg Jeans With High-Sole Sneaker
If you are not perfectly in shape, this pair will hide your tummy area and imperfect legs (bow legs or knock knees), creating an ideal dimension for the overall silhouette with long legs and a thin waist. A lifted sole is required as you do not want a squatty or flat-footed look.
Flared Jeans With High-Top Sneaker
You could feel like you were in the 70s with a retro and vintage vibe. The flaring elongates your legs, and the hourglass shape of these jeans would flatter any body silhouette. Putting on a crop-top to feel youthful and energetic, or a pastel blouse tucked in with a leather belt to look polite and office-appropriate. To add more sparkle and a classy, elegant look to your outfit, wearing a printed turban is a great choice.
Boyfriend Jeans With Platform Sneakers
Boyfriend jeans, which are the opposite of skinny jeans, are perfect for girls exhausted from tight jeans and want to chill on the weekends. They spread the nonchalant vibe, like “I do not care about what people think and follow the skinny jeans showing curves anymore. I love myself and my boyfriend jeans!”. Ripped boyfriend jeans with some cuffs would never go out of style.
This type of jeans would go well with most tennis shoes, whether it is high-cut or low-cut. But as you want to appear like you do not care much about what you are wearing but still slay the look, the platform pair with pastel colors like white or pale blue is perfect.
Baggy Jeans With Jordan Sneaker
Jordan shoes are famous for their super edgy and boyish look. You could look like you are going to play basketball on a sunny afternoon. Baggy jeans with some cuffs and an oversize T-shirt could result in a fashionable outfit. Anyway, the roomier your clothes are, the more comfortable you are.
You are free to choose the color, too! This outfit does not tend to bring you an elegant look, so you do not have to follow any rules such as “do not have more than 3 colors in your body” or “just go with a pastel color set”. Just let your creativity and mood choose the color for you!