Our Favorite New Ways to Wear Ankle Boots With Skinny Jeans

Here at Who What Wear, we dedicate a lot of time to discussing new ways to wear skinny jeans—especially this time of year. Because if one outfit formula comes to mind when we think of fall style, it's the combination of skinny jeans, ankle boots, and a cool jacket. And in the interest of keeping things fresh, today we're rounding up the ankle boot–and–skinny jean outfits we're relying on to get us through the season.

After all, skinny jeans are often tricky to style, as it takes the right fit and cut to look good. Pro tip: Getting the hem of your pants to hit right at or above where your ankle boots stop is the key to nailing the combination. It also comes down to the details: This season, look for patent-leather finishes, pointed-toe silhouettes, bold reds, and metallic details to keep your outfit interesting.

Below, discover the latest ways to wear ankle boots with skinny jeans. 

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Patent leather is having a moment right now. Add texture to your go-to black skinny jeans via a shiny pair of ankle boots.

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Pointed-toe boots lend a sleek vibe to skinny jeans.

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Select jeans that hit just above your ankle boots to avoid awkward bunching.

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Want to make your outfit pop? Go for fall's It color, aka bold red. Chelsea-style boots make for the perfect casual outfit when paired with a cozy sweater.

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When you're tired of all your black ankle boots, try a pair in a warm reddish tone.

Wear-with-everything boots if we've ever seen them.

We love the subtle oxford-style detailing on this pair.

Try a deep burgundy pair with skinny jeans and an oversize sweater.

Meet your new favorite going-out shoes.

Sometimes you just need a touch of metallic to mix things up.

If you want to try white boots this season, we recommend purchasing this kitten-heel pair.

You have to see this unexpected heel shape from a different angle.

Red patent leather, a kitten heel, and an under-$200 price tag… Need we say more?