Leggings are hard to pair with a lot of things- I often find myself wondering what would go well with them. This shirt or that one? That bracelet or these earrings? BestTrendz has put together three outfits so that next time, you’ll know exactly what to wear with leggings.
This is a winter ensemble of what to wear with leggings. The tunic looks warm and comfy, matched perfectly with the leggings. And just look at those boots- aren’t they awesome? The earrings and bracelet complement both the leggings and the tunic, and the purse looks like it belongs with those amazing boots.
I love everything about this outfit: the loose sweater shirt, the earrings, and the bag. But I love the boots most of all. A general rule with leggings is this: please don’t wear Uggs with them. I see people do this all the time, and it DOES NOT work unless you have a specific type of body. (And even then, it’s a gamble.)
But ankle boots? Being more streamlined and formfitting, they work amazingly well for most people, especially if they look as good as these boots. And the purse? Shiny, shiny, shiny. Also, it’s three related shades, which I absolutely love.
This is also a fun ensemble, because who doesn’t love leather jackets that fit you well? We decided to have a dressier shirt underneath the jacket, though, which gives a unique feel to the whole outfit. The top is quite lovely, and paired with a leather jacket, you’ll look tough and chic at the same time- something a lot of people, me included, would love to look.
The purse is sedate, but useful, and since it’s a cross-body, it’ll go well with both the jacket and the leggings. And did you see the subtle design along the lower sides of the leggings? They look pretty tough, too, adding to the tough part of the chic-tough look. The boots manage to be both tough and chic- a plus, since it totally adds to that look.
So there you have it. Paired with the right top and accessories, leggings can be one of the staples of your closet- and why not? They’re comfy, freeing, and look stylish when worn right.