If you don’t have a pair of blue jeans in your wardrobe, do you even have a wardrobe though? They’re the glue that holds all strong casual looks together, but it’s easy to get the look wrong. So read on to discover how to build a tonne of outfits with blue mens jeans that’ll take you from work to weekend and way beyond.
Which wash is which?
Blue jeans can come in a tonne of different appearances, from authentic washed effects to deep-blue, coated finishes. If you’re rocking light-wash blue jeans, the general rule of thumb is to combine them with neutral and pastel colours, like black, cream, grey and yellow. However, light-hued jeans give you the option of adding muted middle tones like khaki and navy. Going with a dark rinse? You can comfortable have a little fun with striped and checked shirts, and a white shirt or Mens T Shirts adds ultimate versatility.
Whatever the combination, you can smarten it up with polished lace-ups or dapper desert boots, or pare it back with old-school low-tops or simple sliders.
Office to off-duty
After-work drinks but no time to change? Try working in a button-down chambray shirt with your blue jeans (the darker the rinse, the better) and throw on a sporty beige jacket for summertime cool that works from sunup to long after sundown. Or you could opt for fine-gauge knitwear over a laid-back tee and under a black blazer for adaptable layering. Whatever the occasion, outfits with blue jeans are an easy way to get your style right from dawn to dusk.
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