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5 ultimate shoe-jean combos

Life is full of unanswered enigmas. Where do odd socks go? Am I too old for overalls? One to never worry about again: what treads go with what jeans. Follow these #AsSeenOnMe pros and their beyond dreamy shoe-denim combos…
ASOS insider Debbie wearing mom jeans. Available at ASOS

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Mom jeans + heels

The epitome of laid-back cool (we see you '90s Kate Moss and Winona Ryder), mom jeans are your wardrobe's fave throwback, trust. Make it glam/night-out-appropes by going model-off-duty and adding some seriously standout heels, plus your fave shirt.
Blogger wearing mules and ruffled hem

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Party jeans + mules

Fringed, ruffled or bow hem, these jeans are your chatty party plus-ones, so let 'em do all the talking by pairing with some subtle boxy mules. If your after-dark plans involve a dance floor, upgrade them in metallic.
Blogger wearing chunky shoes and raw-hem jeans. Available at ASOS


Raw-hem jeans + chunky courts

Your hems are doing that tearaway-rebel thing (distressed is best, right?), so contrast your denim with structural '60s-style block heels. Add some fishnet socks to amp up the interest.
ASOS insider Olive wearing red skater jeans. Available at ASOS

Instagram: @@asos_olive

Wide-leg jeans + sneakers

Newsflash: the ultimate street-style fave, the wide-leg wonder, has had an ankle-baring '90s revival recently. Keep that sk8er thing going strong by pairing your fave bold pants with grunge sneaks (aka Converse, baby) and add oversized fishnet tights for extra cool.
Blogger wearing straight-leg jeans. Available at ASOS

Instagram: @@louise_andrews

Straight-leg jeans + pointy block heels

Your pencil-straight denim is all about those oh-so-pretty '60s vibes, so keep that retro theme running strong by teaming with bright white pointed courts. Finish with a flared-sleeve blouse for the ultimate spring-fling feel.