At this point, you’ve probably heard that cargo denim and low-rise, wide-leg jeans have mostly supplanted skinny jeans. This fad, which was popularized by the youth of the 2000s and afterwards, was proclaimed dead by the popular video sharing app TikTok in 2018. I’m sorry for your loss if you were a fan. Of course, you’re free to wear whatever jeans you want, and more power to you if you choose to rebel against the Gen Z machine. However, given that this is also the generation with the most rapidly expanding purchasing power, it’s likely that the wide variety of skinny jeans you’re used to seeing in stores won’t be around for much longer. And when it occurs, there will be only one thing left to ask: What kinds of shoes go well with non-skinny jeans?
The matching footwear for the form-hugging cut was easy to find. Those who like heels should wear heeled booties, over-the-knee boots, or pumps; those who prefer flats or sneakers should wear either. These days, however, thin jeans might seem a little out of place when paired with footwear like bulky loafers or even platform boots. Consider the scale of things. However, if you throw on a pair of vintage jeans that are loose in the thigh and knee areas but well-fitted in the butt and waist, you’ll find that almost every shoe trend this year, no matter how hefty, looks great with them.
You don’t have to give up your beloved shoes just because you’ve decided to convert to a less skintight denim style. It’s OK to pair black boots with flares and ballerina flats with sloppy jeans. In my opinion, they can only improve from here on out. However, there are a select few shoe styles that look well with looser-fitting denim cuts.
Styles Of Shoes To Match With Denim Trends For Fall
To find out what kinds of footwear are now in trend now that skinnies (the new mom jeans) are out, read on!
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In terms of aesthetic pleasure, loose-fitting, light-wash pants and flashy, bright shoes are unrivaled. This combination of high and low makes me, a cusper who like both Carrie’s Sex and the City shoe line and Depop’s vintage denim range, want to wear my favorite garment even when quarantined.
Badgley Mischka Collection
As skinny jeans became more popular, many people felt that their loafers were no longer appropriate footwear to wear. But with sloppy jeans, a heel, or a two-tone hue, these once-stuffy looks from the prep school era can be unexpectedly hip. Not convinced? The existence of loafers is readily apparent on social media.