How to Wear Jeans With Everything: 6 Outfits to Pair With Jeans
We’ve got one rule when it comes to style—every man should have at least one good pair of jeans in his wardrobe. Jeans are that one piece of clothing that can be easily worn in almost any situation—dressed up at a cocktail party with a sport coat or dressed down at the park with a white t-shirt. Take a cue from our list of outfits that will make your jeans look good in any situation.
Here are 6 easy outfits to put together with jeans.
OPTION 1: THE FAIL-SAFE
You can’t lose when you wear dark jeans with a lightweight puffer jacket, collared shirt and boat shoes. You’ll stay warm outside and can shed a layer and still look good when you move indoors. This should be the go-to combo for any guy that likes to keep it casual and the dressing simple.
OPTION 2: RUGGED AND REFINED
Wearing a pair of jeans with a henley and Aztec patterned overshirt will give you a rugged and refined look. Top it off with some canvas sneakers and you’ll be ready to take on any outdoor adventure from a bonfire on the beach to a cabin in the mountains.
OPTION 3: STYLE AND COMFORT
Don’t overthink this—jeans are the ultimate comfort option. For those weekend days when you want to optimize for comfort without sacrificing style, throw on a pair of worn-in jeans, a hooded sweatshirt and leather sneaker for a laid-back but still cool look.
OPTION 4: THE COOL GUY
Class up your jeans for a big night out or first date with that could-be special someone. Pair dark jeans with a Cowichan (literally an art form) sweater, plain white shirt and brown Chelsea boots for a look that’s not basic but still easy to put together.
OPTION 5: SMART ATTIRE
Trying to bring jeans to the office? Dress up your jeans with a blazer, button-down and dress shoes. You say business casual, we call it a solid outfit for any work event, upscale dinner or sit-down show.
OPTION 6: KEEPING IT CASUAL
Faded jeans, t-shirt, fleece jacket and sneakers—the go-anywhere-do-anything outfit that has stood the test of time. Perfect for running errands, watching the game, walking the dog or biking around town.