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8 ways to style high-waisted jeans


When it comes to fashion trends, nothing is more eternal than denims. They are here to stay! And one of the most popular styles of denims that have been around for a long time is high-waisted jeans. This versatile denim style can be worn in a variety of settings, be it a brunch with the girls or to impress that special someone on a date. Keep scrolling to know 8 ways how to wear high-waisted jeans…

Look 1

Monochrome outfits have been trending, and what better way to wear high-waisted pants than to sport this trend? Fame Forever’s solid slim fit jeans in Pink are perfect for carrying off this trend. Simply pair it with the quirky graphic tee in Pink featuring Mickey Mouse prints and complete the look with the chunky Pink sneakers.

Look 2

You can’t go wrong with athleisure, especially when blending denims and athleisure together. This outfit pairing jeans and a sweatshirt is ideal for that casual-cool vibe you want over the weekends. The stonewashed skinny fit jeans in Grey from Kraus have a body-hugging silhouette that will let you flaunt your curves even in this easy-going outfit. Team them with the printed Light Blue sweatshirt detailed with a zip front and hood. A pair of White sneakers will complete this look nicely.

Look 3

If you’re wondering how to wear high-waisted jeans with your ethnic wear, this outfit is an easy way to get your fusion look going. The casual aesthetic combines the Navy Blue V-neck blouse with full sleeves and a White all-over print along with solid jeans from Fame Forever. The Dark Blue skinny fit jeans are versatile enough to create a relaxed look as much as a sultry look. 

Look 4

Denim-on-denim is another much-loved trend that is still making the rounds. As with jeans, there’s so much you can do with denim shirts. For a more conservative look, you can check out this outfit that pairs Levi’s 311 skinny fit solid jeans in Navy Blue along with a full-sleeved denim shirt in a lighter shade. For a bold look, you could always pair style these high-waisted jeans with a bralette or tube top with an unbuttoned denim shirt over them. The Black boots will add a fancy touch to either of these looks.

Look 5

The most effortless way to style high-waisted jeans is by wearing them with a Black t-shirt. There’s nothing more staple than a Black t-shirt, considering it goes well with just about anything, and this look is proof of that. The stonewashed slim-fit jeans from Ginger with light distressing are one of the best high-waisted jeans for women for casual events. Simply tuck the round neck half-sleeved t-shirt into these Blue jeans and slip on a pair of Black and White sneakers for an outfit that will never go out of style.

Look 6

Pastel colours are all the rage in the warmer months, and now’s the time to show off this pair of high-waisted jeans from Ginger. The Light Blue skinny-fit pair is highlighted by the stonewashed effect and light distressing. Wear them with the cropped t-shirt with a cartoon-themed print and complete this relaxed look with the Off-White sneakers.

Look 7

If you don’t like playing it safe with your denims, this outfit has your name on it! ONLY’s relaxed fit high-rise jeans with a faded wash are clubbed with the Blue cropped blouse with puff sleeves and a cute Red print. The Wine Red heels will add a flattering touch by lengthening your legs.

Look 8

When it comes to styling high-waisted jeans, one of the most classic ways to do it is to wear them with a button-down shirt. The mom jeans from AND with a stonewashed and cropped finish take the spotlight in this outfit. Team it with a full-sleeved shirt with a spread collar and striped print. The knotted front will create a curvier silhouette. A pair of sandals or heels will add that extra oomph.

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