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Wondering which shoes go with those jeans? We’ve got you covered

A great pair of jeans demands a great shoe. Luckily, the versatility of jeans means there’s a shoe companion for every fit and cut. The trick is to find the right one to match your favorite pair of jeans.

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1. Boot cut

They’re called boot cut for a reason. You can rock your favorite pair of ankle boots with them, though for a night on the town, heeled booties are the way to go. But don’t let this style fool you — a great pair of boot-cut jeans will also work well with a nice pair of pumps for a look that’s more dressed up. Try the Modern Boot Cut jeans from Signature by Levi Strauss & Co.™ for jeans that will feel comfortable and keep their shape all day long thanks to their super-stretchy denim.

2. Skinny

Trying to name all the shoes that would pair perfectly with your favorite skinny jeans would leave my head, and yours, spinning. Suffice it to say that skinny jeans are versatile. And this may come as a surprise, but they can be comfy too. The Modern Skinny jean from Signature by Levi Strauss & Co.™ maintains its shape all day and keeps you comfy with super-soft, super-stretchy denim. Wear them tucked into a cute pair of high boots (or any boots, really), or with heeled mules or platform loafers for a trendy fall look that delivers all-day comfort.

3. Straight

Straight jeans actually go really well with a good heel. Rock them with a stiletto ankle bootie for a night on the town. On the days you’re feeling a little more low-key, try pairing the Curvy Straight jean from Signature by Levi Strauss & Co.™ with low ankle boots or even combat boots.

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This post was sponsored by Signature by Levi Strauss & Co.™

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