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Stylish ways to wear ankle boots with jeans this winter

Fashion
No doubt that ankle boots are every woman's staple shoe during the winter months. They are one of the most versatile winter accessory as you can wear it with casual, at the office as well as with formal wear, but the most sexiest and flattering way to wear ankle boots is paring them with a good pair of denim jeans.

Here is our guide on wearing ankle boots with denim jeans:

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Ankle boots always look flattering with a good par of denim jeans. Picture: Instagram

1. Roll the cuff of your jeans just above your boots to show them off.

If you tend to wear your skinny jeans every time you’re in the mood to wear ankle boots, you can now change things up by cuffing denim above the ankle -rather tucking jeans into your boots- this allows you to wear other jean styles like straight leg or boyfriend jeans.

To cuff your jeans, simply fold the hem of your jeans about 3 cm, and then fold a second time to get the desired length.

4. Jeans with a zipper cuff

Get yourself a pair of denims with zipper cuffs and you can open up the zipper and leave the hem open over a pair ankle boots to make  of statement 

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3. Ripped hem or DIY hem.

If you missed out on one of summer's biggest denim trends, skinny with ripped hem the you can simply pull out a pair of scissors and cut your skinny denim to crop them at the perfect length to show off your ankle boots. Leave them un-hemmed for a distressed finish.

We recommend that you use a ruler and pencil to mark exactly where you would like to cut and then use a sharp pair of fabric scissors to cut along the outline.  

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4. Fold the hem of jeans inward.

If your jeans are too long to show off your boots in the best light, fold the hem inwards and tuck them in, so that the fold is invisible. This works best on skinny cuts and will look like you’ve had your jeans tailored to the perfect length.

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