It seems we are all over the place with denim trends. Are we wearing skinny jeans? Kind of. But not these. Are we doing straight leg jeans, but how? Here’s how. Or wide leg and baggy? The 90s are back and today I’m sharing how I’m styling the 90s jeans trend for winter.
The 90s jeans are super comfortable with a more relaxed fit, and can be paired with heels, or flats. I will be the first to admit that yes, I am struggling a bit too with the denim fits. You are not alone. And my #1 tip is to swap your skinnies for a straight leg jean like this.
To me, this is the most natural swap that is such a slight tweak! If you’ve conquered that, you can also try something even more relaxed like these 90s jeans from Abercrombie that I’m styling today.
How I’m Styling The 90s Jeans For Winter
Boots To Wear With 90s Jeans
For winter, it’s all about the layers and the boots. I paired my relaxed jeans with these pointed-toe ankle booties. This keeps my ankles warm in the cold weather too which is nice. Anything for a little added warmth in these colder months. For a more relaxed fit jean, I like a pointy toe that helps to elongate your leg. Below are some of my favorite booties to try with jeans.
The Best Warm Long Sleeves
When it’s cold, I just want a cozy long sleeve. And if it’s even colder, I throw a sweater over said cozy long sleeve. Since 90’s jeans have a more relaxed fit to them, I like to keep in mind proportions and fit and always be creating balance.
So more relaxed on the bottom, means I want to be a little more fitted on the top. This means I reach for my favorite cotton long sleeves. I swear by my M.M.LaFleur pima cotton long sleeves. They are a bit of a splurge, but they are extremely high quality, last a very long time, and are so comfortable and soft. Pima cotton is the elite cotton!
A Great Coat For 90s Jeans
I think you can go two routes here with the 90’s jeans. Either choose a longer coat like I have. This is always a good choice as it creates long lines and makes you look taller. It’s just very chic. But since 90’s jeans have some volume, you can totally do a shorter jacket on top.
Think a cool bomber jacket, or shorter coat. I would just avoid anything that hits anywhere in between the waist and knee. This will cut you off and it will make the jeans look a bit off. This can run you the risk of looking dated in your 90s jeans instead of a fashion forward moment.
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