Monday 24 September 2018
We all agree that where denim is concerned, there are a thousand fantastic ways to wear it, but not everything goes.
How many times have you tried on some jeans and they don't fit well? We can assure you that you aren’t the problem and that surely the blame lies with the shoes.
Tell us what kind of shoes you usually wear and we will tell you the type of jeans that you should buy or vice-versa, we will tell you which footwear goes best with each style of trousers.
If you are one of those that opts for comfort and at the same time, you don’t want to give up on stylising your figure, there’s nothing like straight-legged jeans to wear with sneakers.
We know that these jeans are great, but to wear them on a day to day basis, the question of footwear becomes complicated. To show them off like no other, sign up to one of this season’s trends, elasticated sock-effect boots.
Do you like slim-fit trousers? We’re not going to pull the wool over your eyes, these trousers look great when you wear vertigo-inducing heels, but there are other ways to combine them for the day to day. For example, with a masculine platform shoe, with which you’ll gain a few inches and you’ll be comfortable.
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They come under the same umbrella, and even though they are jeans that are normally worn in more casual looks, sneakers aren’t the shoes that go best with them. These kinds of jeans need a heeled shoe to stylise your figure, given that due to their cut, they create the opposite effect. We go for the blazer + pumps + boyfriend jeans look.
This cut of trousers tends to shorten the figure. For them to flatter you, you just need to add a couple of extra inches to your legs. Go for heart-stopping heels to make an entrance for your more special dates.
Have you realised that you need a different type of jeans?
Or that you’re not wearing the right shoes?
Jeans: Calvin Klein
Footwear: Pretty Ballerinas
Make the most of the special promotions of the month dedicated to denim in the boutiques of Mallorca Fashion Outlet.