The cold-weather season is no match for versatile skinny jeans. Here are winter outfit ideas to get excited about.
Doesn’t matter how many times Gen Zers on TikTok put down skinny jeans…we’re just *not* ready to give them up. They’re perfect for knee and ankle boots, are practically made for ballet flats, and can be dressed up or down depending on what you choose to wear ‘em with. This is why you may have heard us call this classic style the “little black dress” of the jean world, and we stand by it!
As fall gives way to winter, we’re drawing inspiration galore from these winter skinny jean outfits that’ll aaaaalllllmost make up for the loss of sunshine.
Whether you’re going for a baggy, chunky knit sweater or tucked-in long sleeve bodysuit, turtlenecks are bound to be essentials in your go-to casual outfits this season.
As the most snug of all the types of jeans out there, skinnies fit perfectly in ankle boots (we’re partial to suede come winter). And assuming they fall to the right spot on your ankles, you don’t necessarily need to roll them since any extra fabric will naturally gather towards the bottom of the boot.
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And because these are winter days we’re talkin’ about, pair with a white T-shirt and bomber jacket for the ultimate street style look (that’ll also, ya know, keep you warm).
While there’s a time and a place for classic, tried-and-true blue jeans, we’re also a big fan of spicing things up (especially during the dreary winter months) with a fierce pair of animal print jeans. To avoid clashing, we recommend sticking with one animal print item in your outfit. So, for example, if you’re going for leopard print jeans, don’t ALSO wear leopard ballet flats (or belt, or headband). Less is definitely more here.