Wearing Your Boots With Jeans – Make Sure You Do it Right
One of the hardest looks to pull off correctly is wearing your jeans tucked into your boots. All too often, when you see people wearing boots with their jeans the jeans are always bunched up at the top of the boots. The look that you are trying to create when wearing your boots over your jeans is a smooth look, the jeans should flow smoothly into the boots there should be no bunching.
One way to ensure that you get the perfect tuck, no bunching, is to wear skinny jeans. The great thing about skinny jeans is you do not have to be skinny to wear them. Skinny jeans are perfect for wearing with boots because they will not bunch up because of how they fit your legs. Skinny jeans are tapered to fit your leg tightly, so there is less work that is needed to prevent the bunching.
After putting your jeans on you will want to tuck your jeans into your socks. If your jeans are too long you want to fold them up at the bottom so to correct the length before putting your socks over your jeans. Putting your socks over your jeans helps to keep the jeans in place to prevent the bunching. With skinny jeans, all you have left is to put your boots on. One thing that you want to keep in mind is the length of your socks, they will affect what kind of boots you can wear. The shorter the boots the shorter your socks need to be.
If you are wearing any other type of jeans, you will need to take some extra measures to ensure that bunching does not happen when you put your boots on over your jeans. The first thing you need to remember is that flare jeans and bell bottom jeans will not work with boots, you cannot get them tucked into the boots properly, they will always be prone to bunching. Your best bet is to wear boot cut jeans, but you will want to wear high-shafted boots, not short boots.
The first thing you need to do with boot cut jeans is to fold the jeans over so that the end of the jean is right at the ankle. Once you have the length of the jeans correct you will want to get rid of the extra material, which gives jeans the baggy legs. Grab the side seam of your jeans and fold the jeans over so that they are tight to your calf, no extra material should be able to move around. Now you will need to pull on your tightest pair of socks, the tightness holds the fold in place so the tighter the better. Now all you have to do is pull on your boots and you are ready to go with minimal bunching.