15 Boyfriend Jeans Outfits for Fall That We Love

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@nnenna

Boyfriend jeans might have been void from our wardrobes for the past few years, giving way to slimmer ankle crops and straight-leg mom jeans, but the slouchy style is back—and more stylish than ever. With a lower rise, distressed look, and borrowed-from-the-boys silhouette, the denim style is so easy to wear. We love dressing it up or down by mixing and matching the wardrobe essential with nearly every top we own.

When looking for that edgy vibe, we’re going to be layering vintage T-shirts and leather jackets on top. For the days you want to feel a little more pulled-together, try a striped top and tailored blazer. For a night out on the town, your favorite pair of worn-in boyfriend jeans can be the perfect solution when styled with a pair of heels and a gorgeous statement top or classic silk camisole. It’s true: There’s barely anything that pair of boyfriend jeans can’t do, and we’re thrilled to have re-discovered the old favorite. For all those outfit ideas and more for fall, consider the below chic ladies for a little outfit inspiration.

Go the casual route with a cropped long-sleeved T-shirt or sweatshirt with your distressed boyfriend jeans.

Balance the distressing with a more elegant top by way of a cozy knit and statement coat.

Keep it simple with a white button-down shirt, tied at the waist.

Even with boyfriend jeans and a T-shirt, you will look instantly polished when adding a tailored blazer on top.

Cozy up in a white turtleneck sweater, but add a bit of color with a brightly colored blazer on top.

With a base like boyfriend jeans, the sky's the limit. Why not try out those statement coats and colorful boots you've been searching for the right moment to take out?

Channel that '70s vibe with a tan blazer and slim turtleneck underneath, finishing it off with loafers or ballet flats.

Make your boyfriend look edgier by adding a leather jacket on top.

Cuff up the bottoms of longer borrowed-from-the-boys denim to reveal more feminine footwear to balance out the look.

Add a lighter top by style thick denim boyfriend jeans with an eyelet or lace top.

Seek boyfriend jeans with added detail, like studs or eyelets.

Just the classics: a white top, boyfriend jeans, and a tailored blazer.

Stripes are never the wrong choice, especially with your favorite pair of boyfriend jeans.

For the summertime look that transitions seamlessly into fall, consider tucking a vintage T-shirt into the top of your slimmer boyfriend jeans.

Play with high and low with a statement top above and distressed boyfriend jeans below.

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Bring back that old favorite this fall with boyfriend jeans,