Denim + Boots: Rue La La Edition

Denim + Boots: an easy go-to fall and winter (Happy Winter) pair that instantly ads style to any ensemble.

With a little help from Rue La La again, here are some ways to wear denim jeans with boots.

Old Navy Ankle Boots and Express Denim

Old Navy Ankle Boots and Express Denim

Make Me Chic Knee High Boots and Express Denim

Make Me Chic Knee High Boots and Express Denim

Ankle books and knee high boots are two of my personal favorites as they are versatile and add a touch of sass!

I love a good ankle boot because with them, you can wear denim tucked inside the boot, denim tucked over the top of the boot and of course you can also wear a great boot cut jean. Ankle boots are best for causal days but they can be dressed up too.

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Knee high boots can be flirty and fun, quickly taking an outfit to new levels. With knee high boots, denim instantly becomes a bit more dressy and adds a touch of sophistication depending on the style of the boot.

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There are endless possibilities for boots + denim! And just a fun question, do you know all your boot styles? Check out Rue LaLa for boot styles 101 or an interesting lesson on women’s denim.

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How do you wear your boots with your denim jeans?

Special thanks to Andrea Stewart of {DEVELOPED} Photography! 

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