If you have a nice upper body you can leave the shirt open, and you are guaranteed some glances from the opposite sex. After logging in you can close it and return to this page. Other colors like bright yellow or orange are acceptable, although they don't make the best color combination. It could even be said that more things pair well with black jeans than with blue jeans. Black is truly the absence of color, so there is a sense of unknown or mystery associated with it.
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I balanced out the color scheme by finishing the look with these old Dee Keller grey suede booties. In this mirror selfie outfit above, I paired my black jeans with a super light cream sweater and oversized grey cardigan.
Black jeans tend to make chambray look a little less casual and farm-ish does that make sense? I have no problem wearing white during winter, but I definitely tend to gravitate to a white top matched with black pants in colder weather. I mean, grey shoes with a brown belt with black jeans AND an olive sweater? I think the gold hardware and the deep brown leather of the belt helped pull it all together. All in all, you can just about wear any color with black jeans — at least in some fashion.
Since black pants are so classic and somewhat dressier than traditional denim, prints are a fun option to mix things up or make the look more casual. I find myself using black jeans with black and white stripes ALL the time. Two classics combined make perfection, am I right? I especially like black jeans with flannels that have darker tones or black mixed in.
Black pants kinda pulls the whole look together and is more stylish than leopard and denim. You can keep it simple with just a white shirt or tee, or you can dress this look up a bit. Add a black leather jacket or blazer to create two very different vibes. Add some accessories, like a cool neck chain, a slim tie or red hat See Ryan Philippe above to add some personality to you appearance. Black jeans can serve as a great anchor for your statement pieces. Their neutrality will make colors pop very well.
This makes it perfect to wear with top garments in bolder colors or patterns. Bright and vivid is the way to go. To go the extra mile, try to have some black details on your top half, like a red shirt with black buttons or a blue T-shirt with a black graphic on it. Alternatively, you could add some black accessories, like the guy pictured right in the image above.
Wear black shoes with this look, except when you happen to own a pair in the color of your top half. For the all-black ensemble to work you need to get the shades exactly right. For activities outside the office, break up the contrasting neutrals a bit by incorporating a vest or cardigan into your ensemble and adding a long chain necklace. White and black are both neutral colors, meaning your accessories will be making the biggest statement.
If pastels are your favorite colors, you are in luck. Wearing pastel shades with light-wash denim jeans can be tricky because you run the risk that your top will blend into your jeans and wash out your complexion. With black jeans, however, wearing light-colored tops adds an element of contrast. For a casual activity, any styled cotton top will do. For something a little more elegant, opt for more expensive-looking fabrics like silk.
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