Chelsea boots and jeans are a perfect combination, they can essentially be styled to suit a whole range of occasions. From suede to leather, we've narrowed down the key ways to style Chelsea Boots with your favourite pair of jeans - no matter the season.
Jeans and Chelsea Boots are the two seasonless essentials every man should have in his wardrobe. For jeans, maybe you've got a scruffy, coffee-stained pair that you've had for years; a crisp pair of slim-fitting Levi's; or both of those and everything in between. Whatever your jeans of choice, they can easily be worn with a pair of Chelsea boots because they are both incredibly versatile items.
All of us here at The Idle Man love a pair of jeans as much as the next guy, but sometimes you've got to give your favourite pair a new lease of life. Although it's not always our first choice, swapping out your trainers for Chelsea boots is a great way to revamp your style and keep your look current.
Available in neutral colours and of course the classic black, Chelsea boots are the perfect shoes to wear with skinny jeans! These are definitely a more casual style of boot for your wardrobe. Easy to pair with your skinny jeans and a favourite slogan tee for a trip to the pub - there's one for every style persona.
Always remember with suede, if you do end up opting for the tan colour, you may find the shade to be intimidatingly bright at first glance. Not to worry, as they are just as easy to style. Pair with dark-wash jeans and this will definitely remind people that you're not lacking in the style stakes.
Leather Chelsea Boots
Another classic way to wear a pair of Chelsea boots; a brown leather pair of Chelsea boots are versatile and easy to wear. Perfect for those days when you want to dress casually and want something easy to wear, brown leather Chelsea boots work with a multitude of looks and colours. You can either go for a pair of blue jeans, navy trousers or even back jeans or trousers, as the Chelsea boots will work either way. Throw on a simple T-shirt or button down and you'll be good to go.
Pointed Chelsea Boots
Pointed Chelsea boots are the blurred lines between looking tailored yet effortless. Always providing a slick detail to any outfit, it's the shoe that can shine your denim in a more sophisticated light. Pointed toe-cap, suave design and completely wearable throughout the year. The pointed toe Chelsea boot is an essential for every modern man's wardrobe.
With a slimming ankle design, it's like these shoes are built to be worn with your favourite slim fit jeans. As we said, it's your smart meets casual staple. When travelling from work to the bar, pair your pointed Chelsea boots with skinny jeans. With the slim silhouette on the legs, don't be afraid to have the hem over your boots, or tucked in - whichever is suited to you. To finish the look and to create an outfit which is seasonless with a touch of grunge. Create a mix of textures with a roll neck jumper and black leather jacket. The mix of textures will always be the centre of detail, elevating a simplistic look.
Brown Suede Chelsea Boots
If you want to keep things casual and comfortable for a day of lectures or an afternoon pint, then jeans and a hoodie, elevated with an overcoat is about to become your new best friend. Any colour of Suede Chelsea boots can be paired with dark jeans or light jeans for a relaxed look, whilst still ensuring that everyone knows your footwear game is on point.
A simple grey hoodie doesn't have to be a boring option - it can be dressed up a little smarter. We sometimes like to opt for more earth-tones for this season, creating a neutral look which still grabs the attention to the shoes. To keep warm for the coming months, layer your hoodie with our editor's favourite Camel overcoat. Again, keep your neutral colour palette split up with the grey hoodie and blue jean. This look is guaranteed to keep your shoes the centre of attention, while also maintaining a sports-luxe look.
Black Suede Chelsea Boots
Black suede chelsea boots are probably the most classic way to wear these wardrobe staples. The great thing about black is that it works with so many other colours and you'll struggle not to pair them with anything. Knowing how to wear black suede Chelsea boots is easy, just like knowing what to wear with black jeans, their versatility and ease of wear speak for themselves.