9 Expensive-Looking Winter Outfits to Wear With Jeans

I honestly don’t know what we’d all wear in the winter if denim ceased to exist. It’s simply essential, and it’s the perfect match for all of those winter-friendly items like coats, sweaters, and boots. It’s also universally loved, so there’s a steady stream of examples of stylish women wearing incredible winter outfits with jeans. 

Even though jeans are the most basic of basics and can be very affordable, they needn’t actually look cheap. I scoured street style from the past year in search of the winter jeans outfits that look ultra-expensive, thanks to a smart styling trick here and there. What does or doesn’t make an outfit look expensive isn’t a scientifically proven fact, but I have a well-trained eye for these sorts of things, so keep scrolling to learn 9 tricks of the trade and shop the looks.

Unlike real fur, good faux fur can often be quite inexpensive, but it does wonders for dressing jeans up and making them look luxe.

A puffer is a cold-weather essential, and if you want the chicest-looking winter outfit, opt for a black one that’s a bit elevated.

A neutral-colored wool coat with jeans of any wash is an expensive-looking combination you can wear every single day during winter.

The layered sweater look is huge right now, and it makes jeans look so chic. If you want to DIY it, simply purchase two of the same sweater (even better if they’re affordable) and drape away.

Yes, you can wear a coat and a blazer together, and it looks damn expensive.

Wearing a pretty embellished sweater with jeans is a no-brainer way to make your jeans look fancy and luxe.

Leather (or faux leather) is magic when it comes to elevating denim. Truly a match made in heaven.

Turtlenecks have a way of making any outfit feel more elegant. And luckily, they’ll keep you nice and toasty.

Choose a coat made of something like vegan leather and even with the casual combination of jeans, sneakers, and a puffer, your outfit will look decidedly rich.

Next up, 28 sweaters, jeans, coats, and shoes I’d buy even if they weren’t on sale.


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