There's one winning outfit combo that never fails: ankle boots and jeans. It's easy to pull off any time of the year and is a guaranteed way to look stylish. If you've already been pairing them with a T-shirt and leather jacket but want to rethink new ways to wear them, we have five cool outfit suggestions to try.
To get some fresh ideas on how to wear this classic pairing, we turned to fashion insiders Rachael Wang, Anita Patrickson, and Taylor Hicks. From printed robe dresses and satin bags to voluminous tops with statement accessories to tailored blazers and metallic booties, their cool styling tricks are sure to inspire you to wear the closet staples in new ways.
Keep reading to see how fashion insiders are styling ankle boots with jeans this spring, and shop the outfits.
"I was very inspired by the western trend, which took over the European Fall runways and plan to incorporate a modern cowboy boot into my rotation ASAP. I love that Vetements collaborated with iconic cowboy boot brand Lucchese to create these cool ankle boots. I'll pair them with distressed, slightly cropped flared jeans by my latest denim obsession, Moussy, layered over a pretty flowy patterned Marni dress and top it all off with a fun shady hat by Lola hats and some punky silver hoops from Meadowlark." — Rachael Wang
We love the cool Cuban heels and pointed toe.
This style hangs off the shoulder.
Fashion girls love Moussy.
Update your standard hoops with this version.
A perfect hat to carry you through summer.
"I'm also obsessed with the new lace Brother Vellies bootie, which I will pair with some light-wash 501 Skinny Levi's, a vintage-y Jacquemus blouse, a cool earthy tote by Simon Miller, and modern Agmes jewelry." — Rachael Wang
We love the feminine lace and ruffle details.
Voluminous tops are one of our favorite trends for spring.
You can't go wrong with a pair of Levi's 501 jeans.
Bring a pop of color to your outfit with this marigold tote.
This ring also comes in gold.
"I love how relaxed and easy this look is. It has the benefit of layers, which during spring, when you can't predict the weather, is a massive bonus, and it's a fun way to 'dress down' metallic booties. Plus cropped flared jeans and booties are one of my favorite trends of the moment. On my clients, I'd probably pair these jeans with a higher bootie, but for running around during the day, a lower bootie can work just as well." — Anita Patrickson
The perfect way to tap in to the metallic trend.
This jacket is tailored for a boyfriend fit.
A vintage-inspired high-rise style with a slight flare.
This bag will go with everything.
Perfect for stacking.
"The sock bootie has become quite the force to be reckoned with this spring. They look their best when paired with cropped, frayed denim, like this black pair from Mango. You can lighten the look with simple jewelry, a white handbag, and an off-the-shoulder top that shows just the right amount of skin for spring." — Taylor Hicks
We love this off-the-shoulder top.
Finished with frayed hems.
Can't choose between silver and gold? Try mixed metal earrings.
We love this star-etched ring.
If you only buy one thing this season, make it this bag.
"A major key to dressing for spring is light layering. Grab a great pair of medium-wash skinny jeans, like these from Reformation, and layer a thin, printed robe dress over them to create a gorgeous silhouette. This look requires a bootie that shows more ankle than usual, making these suede Derek Lam ones a must-have this season." — Taylor Hicks
Try this backless version instead of a traditional ankle boot.
The satin-covered buttons at the waist create a corseted effect.
A flattering high-rise style.
This satin bag is also available in black and red.
These statement earrings will top off any brunch look.
A simple layering piece.