12 Outfits to Try If the Only Pants You Wear Are Jeans (Yes, Even Skinny Jeans)

Yusra Siddiqui
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I love my sweatpants and matching knit sets just as much as the next person, but I've recently actually been enjoying stepping into my jeans again. They're such easy wardrobe staples and once you have a few pairs in different cuts or washes, you can keep them on rotation to make plenty of no-brainer outfits. I'm not the only one who's been reaching for my jeans more than ever—after scrolling through Instagram, it's pretty apparent that the fashion crowd is pulling out their denim more than ever. Whether you're into a wide-leg or skinny jean (we don't judge here,) there's plenty of styling options to choose from, so much so that it was quite difficult to narrow it down to the selection below from my favorite fashion girls.

If you've forgotten what it's like to wear jeans (I know I did), look no further than the outfit ideas below. Keep scrolling for more and added in shopping inspiration featuring some of my favorite pairs of jeans right now. And don't fret, all of these outfits while being stylish are still relaxed and comfortable, so you'll still be feeling good while looking good.

Second-skin tops and jeans are a match made in heaven.

Afrm Geri Power Mesh Top ($38)

H&M Mom High Ankle Jeans ($30)

Ganni Swirl Print Mesh Turtleneck Top ($135)

Who said you can't layer blazers over your bra? Seems like a comfortable (and cool) idea to me.

Skims Cotton Plunge Bralette ($36)

Anine Bing Ade Blazer ($399)

Levi's Wedgie Icon Fit High Waist Jeans ($98)

Layering button-ups over jeans is my summer staple, but this added corset takes the look to a whole new level.

Fleur Du Mal Hamptons Silk-Blend Satin Bustier Top ($245)

Zara Draped Poplin Top ($50)

Agolde Nico High Rise Slim Fit Jeans ($178)

While this may have started off as a casual tank and jeans fit—a sweater sleeve makes all the difference.

Zara Knit Arm Warmer Sweater ($30)

H&M Ribbed Tank Top ($8)

Relaxed jeans always look good with a pair of white sneakers.

Eloquii Distressed Wide Leg Jean With Roll Cuff ($100)

Nike Air Force 1 Sneaker ($90)

Split-denim is still trending hard, equally as much as printed and cropped knits.

Stradivarius Cardigan and Cami Set ($50)

Zara Slim Flared Slitted High Rise Z1975 Jeans ($40)

The '70s called—they want their crochet back. But we're keeping it because they're the perfect spring and summer addition to our distressed denim.

Mango Floral Crochet Polo ($60)

Pistola Denim Charlie Jeans ($128)

Double denim is the uniform the fashion set just can't seem to get tired of.

Pairing a fun sweater and bright-colored bag with a blazer and jeans is exactly what I want to wear this spring.

Zara Floral Knit Vest ($40)

Apede Mod Deco Line Shoulder Bag ($305)

Reformation Cynthia High Rise Straight Jeans ($128)

You can't go wrong with neutrals. Instead of your trusty black blazer, pair your light denim with a lightweight cream option.

H&M Oversized Linen-Blend Jacket ($50)

Topshop Raw Hem Crop Straight Leg Jeans ($75)

Keep it simple and elevated for the warmer weather with a breezy top and your favorite skinny jeans.

H&M Voluminous Resort Shirt ($20)

Rag & Bone Cate Mid Rise Ankle Skinny Jeans ($195)

There's so much I love about this outfit—the relaxed denim, sage green top, and the cow printed heels.

Song of Style Song of Style Arrow Heel in Black and White ($158)

Levi's Ribcage Straight Ankle Jeans ($98)

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