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Some insist that denim-on-denim can never be done, but a denim jacket can look great with denim jeans as long as you mix and match colors and washes. Match a blue denim jacket with jeans that are a noticeably different shade of blue.
If your jacket is fairly dark, go for lighter blue jeans, and vice versa. Pair the jean jacket with leggings, colored jeggings, or joggers. Leggings, colored jeggings, and joggers are all very comfortable alternatives and are very in-style for women. Jeggings are a cross between jeans and leggings that are designed to be more stretchy than denim. Khaki and olive green are jegging colors that tend to pair well with a classic blue jean jacket, as they prevent your style from looking too monochromatic.
Matching a classic blue denim jacket with black leggings can create a casual athleisure look that you can live in on the weekends! Wear the jacket with light and airy skirts and dresses. This is because jean jackets tend to have a heavier look to them, so clothes made of lighter fabric create a nice contrast. Airy and flowy dresses and skirts tend to accentuate this contrast the most, but you have a lot of freedom here. Pick your favorite summer dress. Maxi-dresses matched with a cropped jean jacket can work in both spring and fall outfits.
Complement your jacket with patterns and pops of color. This can range from tops with bright colors to patterned scarves. A jean jacket lends itself well to stripes, but it can also work to simplify floral or other prints. The light pink creates a pretty contrast with the blue, and it overall brings a spring or summer-y feel to an outfit. Accentuate your curves by trying different cuts, belts, or high-waisted pants.
You can remedy the problem by drawing attention to your waistline through different jacket cuts or high-waisted bottoms. Cropped jackets work to accentuate waistline. High-waisted skirts or long dresses also lend themselves well to belts and sashes that can be tied around your natural waist. Accessorize your jean jacket with jewelry or add-on pieces. Jean jackets lend themselves well to a variety of embellishments and add-ons.
Chokers can be a great addition to a jean jacket — especially because of the way that the collar frames them and makes them particularly visible.
Enamel or button pins can be a fun way to express individualism and humor. They easily pin onto the pockets and collar of a jean jacket. Select a mid-length cut for a polished look. Jean jackets meant for men almost always extend down to the hip.
Men can wear a longer-cut jacket, if desired, but too much length can make the jacket look oversized. Similarly, a jean jacket that is too short can make it look shrunken rather than stylish. Balance denim-on-denim by mixing colors and washes. A jean jacket can work with blue jeans, but you need to balance the washes carefully. When wearing a jean jacket with blue jeans, make sure that the washes are different. A medium wash denim jacket can look great with a dark wash pair of jeans, but similar washes tend to bleed together, creating denim overkill.
Wear pants made from another material. Chinos — which are a dressier and more-fitted than khakis — pair beautifully with light-wash jean jackets. Some go-to colors are brown, navy, green, tan, or even burgundy. Wear the jacket under another layer. Moreover, wearing multiple layers on top can reduce the monotony created when wearing a jean jacket with a pair of blue jeans.
Throw a structured, neutral jacket on over your jean jacket. Look for light materials, like a cotton-and-linen blend, and keep your look classy by choosing a muted color like tan or gray. For an added degree of visual contrast, slip a sweater on beneath the jean jacket. A neutral color can look stylish, but if you want to introduce a small trace of color to your look, this bottom layer is a good, subtle way to do so.
Make sure you stick with a lighter material, however, to prevent excess bulk. Opt for an unlined denim jacket to prevent the look from getting too bulky. Have the jacket stand in for a blazer. If you want a semi-professional look suitable for "casual Fridays," you can replace your usual blazer with a classic, dark wash jean jacket. Wear this look with a collared, button-down shirt and tie like you would usually wear beneath your blazer. You can keep your jean jacket partially buttoned, as you might do with a blazer.
Allow the collar and tie to peek out, but keep the bottom half of the jacket closed. Wear a simple t-shirt or sweater. For an easy casual look, pair your jean jacket with a clean sweater or t-shirt. Tucking in plain-t-shirts can add a level of sophistication to an otherwise casual outfit. Gray or black hoodies work the best with medium and light wash blue jean jackets. Pair your denim jacket with a plaid shirt. Late 80s -Guess Jeans- Mens dark blue background polyester and cotton denim button cuff longsleeve button front denim jacket.
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