Now that we’ve officially said sayonara to summer, it’s finally time to set aside our denim shorts and add our trusty denim jeans back into our daily rotation. We’ve already touched on some of the biggest fall jeans trends we highly recommend adding to your wardrobe this season, but if you need a little helping hand on what exactly to wear with said jeans, then you’ve come to the right place. Today, we’re sharing some of the noteworthy and affordable fall trends that happen to look pretty darn amazing with your jeans. From runway-approved equestrian boots to cozy blanket style cover-ups, sweater vests, and blouses with statement collars, scroll below to see the pieces that will take your denim from zero to ten in an instant this fall and winter.
Equestrian style had a major moment on the fall runways. Prepare to lean into the trend with a pair of riding boots—a boot style that looks perennially chic over slim-fitting jeans.
It's all about big collar energy this season. We're seeing large vintage-inspired collars on blouses and sweaters pop up at our favorite retailers and all over the 'gram—guaranteed to add a little oomph to your basic jeans.
Practically every major runway had jackets and blazers worn with a belt cinched at the waist. (An easy styling trick you can achieve with items you already own). The look will make any pair of jeans instantly more polished and add definition to your boxy jackets.
From Dior to Prada and Gucci, the runways exclaimed that the preppy knit is back for fall 2020. Whether you go for a neutral hue or graphic print, expect to see a sweater vest on an Instagram near you.
There were several hues that were particularly prominent on the fall runways including chocolate brown, striking blue, all shades of gray, and black. But what really caught our eye is the bright and bold cardinal red hue we spotted everywhere—a match made in heaven with blue denim.
From check to tweed and plaid, heritage prints always makes its way into the fall collections. When it comes to pairing the prints with your jeans you can't go wrong with opting for an oversize blazer.