Alright, let's get one thing straight: Although there isn't technically a right or wrong way to wear jeans with sneakers (you do you), there are certain styles tend to look better together. We're not here to tell you what you can and can't wear; we're just here to offer up a bit of guidance if you, too, often find yourself staring at the mirror asking yourself, Does this look good?
The most tried-and-true pant-and-shoe combo? Jeans and sneakers. It's equal parts comfy and cute, and it has risen in popularity since trainers became every street styler's footwear of choice (Bella Hadid, we know you're a fan). If you, too, are an admirer of the duo, or you're considering working it into your routine, may we suggest checking out our guide on some best (and worst) jeans to wear with sneakers?
Ahead, a guide to the jean cuts to wear with your cool kicks this season, plus those we recommend skipping.
SKIP: Extra-long cuts that hit way below the ankle
PICK: Cropped skinnies with a frayed hem
Rag & Bone High Rise Ankle Skinny Jeans ($250)
Frame Le High Skinny Sweetheart Distressed High-Rise Jeans ($141)
Mother The Looker Frayed Ankle Jeans ($210)
Eloquii Skinny Crop Frayed Hem Jean ($70)
AG The Legging Ankle Super Skinny Jeans ($150)
SJYP Cropped Velvet-Paneled High-Rise Slim-Leg Jeans ($218)
SKIP: Extra-wide silhouettes that drag on the floor
PICK: Cropped flares or culottes
Mother Rambler Ankle Jeans ($258)
H&M Culotte High Ankle Jeans ($30)
Eloquii Wide Leg Crop Jean with Release Hem ($73)
McQ Alexander McQueen Two-Tone Denim Culottes ($146)
Mother The Tie Patch Rambler Ankle Wide Leg Jeans ($268)
SKIP: Overly distressed styles with long hemlines
PICK: Classic washes that land just above the ankle
Paige Hoxton Straight Ankle ($146)
H&M Straight Ankle Jeans ($40)
Levi's Wedgie High Waist Ripped Crop Straight Leg Jeans ($98)
Etica Denim Tyler Ankle Jean ($135)
BLANK NYC The Madison Straight Leg Crop Jeans ($65)
Goldsign Benefit High Rise Relaxed Straight Jeans ($325)
Next, the types of jeans everyone should know about in 2019.
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