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What Shoes Do I Wear With Jeans?

Jeans have been a staple for decades and they’re not losing appeal any time soon. We decided to enlist the creative talents of fashion illustrator Alison Hansen to show us how it’s done featuring some of this season’s newest Dorothy Perkins denim styles.

1. Skinny Jeans with Ankle Boots
The soft, skinny fit of the Frankie jeans makes them perfect for tucking into to a chunky ankle boot. A block heel adds length to your legs too for that super-sleek look. Opt for the season’s fluted sleeve top trend to finish.

2. High-Waist Jeans with Sandals
The high-waist fit of the Frankie jeans also adds length to your silhouette. Go with strappy heeled sandals, your legs will look incredible. Tuck in a fitted, cold-shoulder t-shirt and sling a cross-body bag over your shoulder for the perfect date look.

3. Skinny Jeans with Mules
Drinks with friends or date night out calls for heels. Show off the Frankie ankle grazing cut with the season’s must have heeled mules. Keep the look paired back so your legs do all the talking and add simple jewelry and a sleek clutch bag.

4. Boyfriend and Mules
The slim boy fit of the Corey jean gives it a relaxed vibe. We love how teaming them with chic, low-heeled mules gives them an instant feminine twist. Stick to a base of pastels and add a structured bag to match your shoes for an instagram-worthy look.

5. Boyfriend with Strappy Sandals
The rolled-up ankle of the Corey makes a feature of the jeans, so why not show them off with a statement shoe for smarter occasions. Ribbon-tie sandals are key for Spring/Summer and offer a bit of glamour from day to night. Throw on a tailored jacket and shirt for a lunch date or meeting.

6. Roll-ups with Courts
Leopard print is a sure-fire way to take a look from casual to glam. Add some leopard courts to the Corey jeans for an instant update. Keep the rest of your look simple and let your feet take centre stage.

7. Ripped Jeans and Mules
The Darcy jean is the ultimate cool girl style. The skinny fit, mid-rise cut and ripped knees scream attitude, so let your inner rebellion shine with a touch of leopard print and tasselled leather.

8. Grey Jeans and Court Heels
With the Darcy jeans making quite a statement on their own, sometimes a simple heeled court is all you need to complete the look. Layer up a plain knit and draped trench for the final touch.

9. Ripped Jeans and Strappy Sandals
The Darcy jeans were made for bar-hoping, live music and pop-up restaurants. A strappy heel with ankle ties will add just enough drama to complete the look. Add a choker top in black for an edgy finish.

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