Today, skinny jeans has become a wardrobe staple that every woman needs to own. Still, wearing a pair in a way that is stylish and comfortable can sometimes be a challenge. If you think this applies to you, these following tips on how to dress up or dress down skinny jeans might prove helpful...


1. For a professional look when you wear it to the office, choose skinny jeans in a solid dark color. Distressed denim are better avoided... unless, that is, you work in a very creative field.

2. For a conservative, professional look, wear all black and class up your skinny jeans by pairing it with a structured blazer. Wear decent accessories such as pearl necklaces, flower pins, or diamond jewelry to add some polish and balance to your more casual bottoms. Or throw on animal print coat and heels.

3. For a casual but put-together look, opt for a pair of dark skinny jeans and throw on a blazer or trench coat. Choose a solid-colored coat in a classic shade such as or beige, gray, navy, or black, as well as floral printed coats. Sweaters with sophisticated details can also elevate your skinny jeans outfit for a casual look.

4. For a sporty and chic street-style look, wear distressed jeans or colored skinny jeans. Dress them up with graphic tees, sweaters, comfortable shoes and a printed scarf around your neck for an extra touch of flair.





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