3 Perfect Shoes To Match With Jeans

Types Of Jeans To Go With Dress Shoes

First of all, not every kind of jeans go well with dress shoes. An easy way to remember is that dressy jeans go best with dress shoes. Simple enough. 

This gives an all rounded sophisticated-casual look, yet not too casual or young like the teenage boy with his only pair of Converse sneakers. 

If you don't know what dressy jeans are, check out the image below. 


1.) BROWN BROGUES

Brogues are very good shoes to go with jeans for the sophisticated look due to their dressy nature yet casual undertones.  

Derby shoes (open lacing) are considered less formal than Oxfords (close lacing), thus they go very well with the more casual nature of jeans, especially if they are brown. 

PRO-TIP: Darker brown would match better with darker wash jeans, and lighter brown with light washed jeans

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2.) BROWN DOUBLE MONKSTRAPS

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Brown Double Monkstraps are similar to brown brogues, in that they are not considered too formal for jeans, yet they give a sophisticated look for the weekend night out. 

Brogue double monkstraps might be a bit too "dressy" or fancy for most guys, and on the safe side, a captoe double monkstraps are the perfect balanced shoes for jeans.  

PRO-TIP: Go without socks and match them with a cuffed up jeans for a more casual HIP look. 


3.) SUEDE SHOES

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Suede shoes are perhaps the perfect shoes to go with jeans for the smart casual look. 

Dress shoes might feel too 'over the top' at times while sneakers are too casual and reminds everyone you're 16, thus suede shoes are the perfect balance. 

It is great for the understated and classy look. It shows that you put in effort into your personal style yet you're not trying too hard. 

It doesn't matter if your suede shoes are derbys, monkstraps or oxfords, in general, most suede shoes go well with jeans. 

PRO-TIP: Match the color of the suede shoes with your pants. Typically, your suede shoes should be darker than your pants. 


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