19 Best Winter Jeans Outfits for Girls to Stay Cozy and Chic

Winter jeans outfits for girls. Denim is the most famous apparel on earth and not without a reason. Versatility is what makes jeans a popular choice in the clothing industry They can be shaped into pants, into jackets or shirts or caps or even bags and still make a fashion statement. today, we can see jeans in any color or pattern making you look like the queen of the street. But when it originally birthed on May 20, 1873, it was what we today call “classic blue”.
Whether the sun is burning hot or hiding behind black clouds, you can still wear jeans and look totally cool and chic This article is for those sparkling winter days and dropping temperatures when you just can not figure out what to wear without covering yourself in a hundred layers of clothes. There are a lot of options out there for you to choose you just need to find the style that suits you the best.

How to Wear Jeans Outfits this Winter

Dos and Don’ts of wearing jeans in Winters
  • Do not always go changing your wardrobe when a new trend surfaces. Decide if it even matches your style and personality. Or else you might just walk around awkwardly, looking as if you are trying too hard to fit in.
  • Do not wear short shirts with low waisted jeans, this isn’t 2005
  • Brown accessories go perfectly with denim dresses and outfits
  • Wearing pants with flashing patterns and huge flames is a don’t all the way. You are a woman, not a ’90s car.
  • Do not wear huge belts with dangling chains, statement buckles and over the top studs on them. The more decent, the better
  • Choose simple jeans over the blingy ones.
  • Distressed jeans look good but not the ones showing more skin and less denim, you might wanna go easy on the rips
  • Winterize your white jeans by pairing them with sweaters and cardigans
  • If you want your legs to stay warm then skinny jeans are your best bet
  • When buying winter jeans, look for ones with flannel linings or synthetic fleece linings for better protection from the cold
  • You can layer under your jeans in winters by using thermal underwear or even yoga pants
  • Remember that you can also layer over your skinny jeans in wintersJeans Outfits for Women in Winter (22)Jeans Outfits for Women in Winter (21)

↓ 19 – Denim on Denim

The best thing about denim is that you can never wear enough. You can be dressed in jeans from head to head and look perfectly fine, even fashion forward if your combination pleases the eye. Remember when Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake wore matching denim outfits at the 2001 American Music Awards? It was one of the most iconic red carpets moment and is still a part of fashion magazines and style blogs 17 years later.
Point being, denim on denim is never a bad idea. A jeans jacket will look perfect with your blue pants. If you want you can throw in a few denim accessories like a bag or cap. Here are 32 Beautiful Denim Dress to Inspire your daily Fashion.
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↓ 18 – Oversized Denim Jacket

You should have at least one denim jacket in your closet. Jeans jacket says laid-back style and youthfulness. They are a fun look and anyone can pull them off. A plain black shirt tucked in black jeans and topped up with an oversized denim jacket is a look. There, of course, are many other ways you can look chic in a jacket. For example, to tone down the formal you can wear a denim jacket over your nude colored dress, like Kylie Jenner. Or you can wear blue jeans under your blue jacket.

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↓ 17 – Printed Jeans

For a change wear a plain shirt with a cool printed pair of jeans. You can accessorize with a cute shoulder bag made of leather and matching ankle boots.

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↓ 16 – Faux Fur on the collar

Faux fur is simply elegant and perfect for winters. Many denim jackets come with fur on the collar to help your neck stay warm in the biting cold without having to wear layers that suffocate you like high necks and mufflers. Style this jacket just like any other denim jacket. But, it will look better if you match the color of your shirt to that of the furs. It is not compulsory to match, but if you can then why not? Check out these 20 Ways to Wear Faux Fur Coats.

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↓ 15 – Denim Shirt

Denim shirts are a perfect substitute for your typical t-shirts Wear them with your black pants or any colored pants for a cool look. You can also wear them as a layer on top of your t-shirt. For carefree look wear a denim top, unbuttoned over a white tank top or t-shirt (any other color would do, too though), roll your sleeves up and pair it with a darker shade of jeans.

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↓ 14 – Denim Caps

Jeans can be formed into caps and other accessories to wear. They are perfect to add to simple everyday outfits like a casual shirt and jeans, or a dress etc. Plus, you can use them on bad hair days. There are many types of headwear you can find in the market made of jeans, for example, baseball caps, berets (like the one in the picture below), summer hats etc.

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↓ 13 – Denim and Boots 

Thigh high boots are a huge thing nowadays, thanks mostly to Kim Kardashian who has even gone as far as wearing ones made of clear plastic. Whether you want to try that or not is up to you, but you have to try the ones made of denim. They are comfortable and somewhat better to look at. You can style them in many ways. You can wear them with a little black dress, with your favorite baggy sweatshirt, with or without pants are a few ways for instance.

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↓ 12 – How to Wear Ripped Jeans in Winters

Ever since ripped jeans because famous in 2016 every0ne wants to get one, some have gone even as far as cutting their pants for that distressed look. And it is totally worth it. Ripped jeans are fun and they give a youthful vibe. Ripped jeans are just another way to style your pants, you can wear them with everything you would wear with your normal pair of jeans, a t-shirt, a tank top, jackets etc. In winters, be careful you do not want to expose a lot of skin or else be prepared to have numb legs at the end of the night. Wear your favorite pair of stockings under ripped jeans on days when you do not feel like challenging the cold weather or showing off your skin. Here are some more amazing Outfits with Ripped Jeans.

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↓ 11 – Black Jeans

Black jeans are a must-have for everyone. I can not emphasize enough on their importance in your closet. They can be worn almost everywhere, with almost everything. And there is no one who can not pull off a pair of plain black jeans. Invest in a comfortable pair of stretchy black jeans and see if you can wear anything else whenever you go out. They can be worn in summers wit cotton t-shirts or in winter with wool sweaters. They look good with every color, be it black or white or a flashy pink.

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↓ 10 – White Jeans

Fresh looking and giving a crispy edge to your look, white jeans are perfect to be matched with a lot of shirts from your closet to give numerous outfit options. If you want to go for a light and breezy look then wear a light colored shirt. White looks best with maroon in winters, with a matching shade of lipstick, hoop earrings and hair tied in dutch braids. That is one look. You can also wear it with a dark colored sweater, matching shoes and a statement belt for a semi-casual winter look. Have a look at these 23 Chic Ways to Style White Jeans.

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↓ 9 – Colored Jeans

Ditch the conventional blue jeans and add some color into your life, literally. You do not always have to wear blue jeans. There are endless ways to wear colored pants as everyday outfits. You can have your jeans in as many colors as your eyes can see. With different hues, contrasts and shades, go crazy creative. Be careful to wear shirts that look good with the color of pants. Like, wearing a purple shirt with a pink pair of jeans will make you look like you just came out of daycare or Sesame Street.

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↓ 8 – Long Denim Jackets 

A knee length denim jacket is a different style, not like the mainstream ones. It gives a more mature look than other denim clothes. Plus, it is perfect to fight the freezing weathers.

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↓ 7 – Wrap it up

To fight the chilly weather we need to wear layers.  Go with a simple poncho or shawl to keep you warm and stylish, wearing it with jeans. The best thing is about wearing it with jeans is that you do not have to worry about matching unless you are ditching the traditional blue jeans for colored or printed ones.

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↓ 6 – High Waisted Jeans

High waisted pants are easier to carry than low waisted ones. Firstly, you do not need to pull them up again and again in public. Secondly, they give a better shape to your body. They make your belly look flat and your waist look thinner. Moreover, they make your legs look taller and your figure sharper.

If you look at models’ Instagram account you’ll see that they are all seen in high waisted jeans and with their tops tucked in. A cute leather bag on the back is also a handful accessory with this look. For more style, buy pants with buttons replacing the conventional zipper. You can make it into a semi-formal look by pairing it with a crisp white button-down shirt tucked inside and a pair of formal boots. Here are 20 Ways To Wear High Waisted Pants.

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↓ 5 – Comfy Wear

Winters are all about comfort and coziness. But that also makes us super lazy. I mean, why would we want to leave our perfect spot where we lay like a cat all day watching Netflix, in our PJs. But, unlike cats, we have to get up and get our food ourselves and sometimes we also need to go…outside (gasps). Which is why your pair of jeans are perfect to swap for your pajamas. They look fine even with your sweatshirt, in fact, it is a cute look.

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↓ 4 – Accessories to wear with Jeans

The best thing about winter is that you can over accessorize without looking extra. Throw on some gloves, cover your neck in a soft scarf, add a beanie with a pom pom and you will still look cute.

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↓ 3 – Tucked in Shirt

Tuck in your shirt in your high waisted jeans for a better figure and showing off your shape. It makes the belly look flat, waist smaller and butt toned. What is better than that? You can tuck in your sweatshirts as well as formal shirts to achieve this look.

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↓ 2 – Blue Jeans, White Shirt

Blue jeans, white shirt. Walked into the room you know you make my eyes burn. Sorry I make a lot of Lana Del Rey references when I think of the classic blue jeans, white shirt combo (and if you did not get the reference then you need to listen to this song by Lana Del Rey which is called Blue Jeans-duh!). Don’t miss out these 25 Chic Ideas How to wear Mom Jeans.

This combination became famous thanks to our favorite rebel, James Dean and has been a must try for everyone. It makes you look hot even with putting in minimum effort. It is perfect for almost every day. You can go with a plain white tee or one with a statement like “fries before guys” or one with Mona Lisa’s face on it. Pair with a huge black leather belt and tuck the shirt in if you want to tell the world that you are that typical ’90s kid. Wanna go a step ahead? Put on your Ray-Ban Wayfarers and paint your nails in the darkest shade of black you can find. And there you are.

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↓ 1 – Sandals with Jeans

Wearing sandals with blue jeans give a boho chic look, especially if paired with a white blouse and frilled bag. It is a cute daytime outfit to wear under the winter sun. You can add a thin layer like a sweater to complete the look.

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