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How to wear bootcut jeans with sneakers?

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I am thinking of buying bootcut jeans next week. The thing is I have no idea what shoes to wear with these denim trousers. I want to wear something casual, that's why I'd like to ask if I can wear bootcut jeans with sneakers and how to wear this combination? Any advise?

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If you do like running around doing errands all day and night long, then you better opt for some practical footwear, like sneakers or canvas slip-ons. I know many brands who produce high quality runners, like adidas, nike, puma or Converse. I recommend to choose flat styles in a coordinating color. Of course, there are cool designs with bright color and patterns, but you better make sure to coordinate them with your overall look. Complete this look with a well fitted shirt so you don't look sloppy. 

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Bootcut jeans can be worn with all kinds of sneaker shoes. You can try on classic tennis trainers in canvas material. I recommend to choose bright color styles that will ideally match blue color jeans and add a bit of pizazz to your look. If you are more into retro outfit, then you should give a try to vintage style breakdance sneakers, like old scool adidas with fat laces and bright colors. I do like to see ladies wearing bootcuts with high-top kicks. 

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