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Everybody should have at least a pair of jeans in their wardrobe. Denim never goes put of fashion and can be worn in a variety of occasions from leisure to work.
Here are a few tips on how to match a pair of jeans for your relaxed moments as well as for work.

If you are looking for that perfect casual look, especially by day, t-shirt (or shirt) and jeans always work well; plus, if you add a pair of high heels, you will achieve that chic-casual effect. Denim on denim works, too; but if you wear your pair of jeans trousers with a denim top, the two denim garments should have different types of washing, unless you want to look like you are wearing a denim uniform.

Black jeans will look rather vintage, if this is the effect you are looking for, when matched with an old jumper while colourful jeans will open a lot of options according to your fantasy: floral or ethnic prints and embroideries worn with a longer top and a pair of ankle boots or cage sandals.

Match a pair of jeans

If you opt for high-waist jeans, you ought to wear a belt, while with low-waist jeans, this is much less important.

Variety is the key. Skinny jeans are not the only option; actually your outfit will become more interesting with a pair of flared jeans for a touch of the sixties or the ever-elegant, classy cigarette jeans. Stitching and embroidery should be fancy without exaggeration to help fitting and make your jeans more precious.







At work situations can differ greatly from profession to profession; however, unless you have to wear a uniform, a pair of jeans can go a long way even in the office. In this case the top tip is to go for a dark – black or navy- pair and match them with a blazer and a white shirt: you can never go wrong.
One last tip: choose your accessories well. A beautiful handbag, a necklace or a pair of décolletées shoes will make your office denim look classy and smart.

Let us know what you think and prefer: how many pairs of jeans trousers have you got in your wardrobe? When do you wear them? What do you match them with?