How to Wear Jeans in Spring: 11 Outfits You Need to Try

Trends come and go, but a good pair of jeans is forever. While our tried-and-true denim isn't going anywhere, there's no harm in jazzing it up from time to time. This season, instead of repeating combinations we've worn hundreds of times, we're mixing up our jean-centric outfits with a little inspiration from these 11 stylish ladies. Here, 11 new ways to wear jeans this spring.

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1. With A Statement Top And Mules

A basic pair of jeans makes for a subtle backdrop for a gorgeously sculptural top that demands attention.

Get the look: Levi's jeans ($60); Paige top ($178); Reike Nen mules ($338)

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2. With A White Button-down And Lace-up Sandals

Oh hello, perfect spring/early summer outfit.

Get the look: Frame jeans ($230); J.Crew shirt ($50); Rebecca Minkoff sandals ($150)

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3. With A White Tee And Statement Trench

Don't have a statement trench yet? No worries, here are 25 to consider.

Get the look: AYR jeans ($275); Everlane tee ($16); Ten Sixty Sherman trench ($69)

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4. With An Oversize Blazer And Kitten Heels

These dainty heels are back and better than ever, especially when paired with a loose-fitting, borrowed-from-the-guys jacket.

Get the look: Wit & Wisdom jeans ($78); Mural blazer ($79); Vince Camuto heels ($99)

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5. With A Graphic Tee And Belt Bag

Speaking of trends we love, belt bags are convenient and perfectly suited for wearing with denim.

Get the look: 7 For All Mankind jeans ($199); Sub-Urban Riot tee ($34); Gucci bag ($1,290)

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6. With A Ladylike Blouse And Sneakers

With trousers and pumps, this top reads prim and proper. Dressed down with boyfriend jeans and white sneakers, it's unexpected and cool.

Get the look: Kut from the Kloth jeans ($89); Suncoo blouse ($205); Converse sneakers ($50)

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7. With A Striped Top And Loafers

Between the vertical stripes, the high waist and the slightly cropped hem, this outfit will bring you one step closer to sharing a body shape with our friend above.

Get the look: Madewell jeans ($135); Leith top ($59); Charlotte Olympia loafers ($595)

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8. With A Cropped Jacket And Low Heels

Another visual trick to make your legs look longer? Wear a cropped jacket, which makes it look like your waist is much higher than it actually is.

Get the look: Good American jeans ($169); Veronica Beard jacket ($550); Sam Edelman heels ($120)

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9. With A Bold Sweater And Platform Sandals

Distressed jeans and a chunky knit tone down a pair of sky-high, ultra-feminine wedges.

Ge the look: Sanctuary jeans ($119); Acne Studios ($390); Marc Fisher LTD sandals ($160)

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10. With A Colorful Cardigan And Anklets

Have you heard? Anklets are back. Go all in and pair rainbow baubles with an equally bold sweater.

Get the look: Hudson jeans ($141); Mira Mikati cardigan ($685); Forever 21 anklet ($4)

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11. With An Off-the-shoulder Top And Flat Sandals

Puff sleeves may be a bit buzzier this season, but we aren't ready to give up our off-the-shoulder tops just yet.

Get the look: La Vie Rebecca Taylor jeans ($250); Birds of Paradis top ($198); Tory Burch sandals ($98)

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Sarah Stiefvater is PureWow's Wellness Director. She's been at PureWow for ten years, and in that time has written and edited stories across all categories, but currently focuses...
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