What best to wear with boot cut / flare jeans?

@eltobh (231)
Indonesia
July 15, 2012 9:20am CST
I just bought a boot cut / flare jeans which fits me very well since I have long legs. However, now I am kinda confuse what to wear with it. Skinny jeans is very popular in my country now, and I don't really want to go with it. I used to wear boot cut jeans back then, since it was very popular. Now, I want to wear it again, without looking too old-fashioned. The one that I just bought is long (more than my heels), so if I wear flats, it will rub against the floor, and I don't want to fold it up, either. I want to look casual, but not that casual. Any ideas?
4 responses
@berting600 (3455)
• Philippines
15 Jul 12
Eltobh,you could look ravishing with it and a blouse big collar line.I am very positive that all that passes you could stick their eyes towards your sexiness.I think that you are a beautiful girl with that cute outfit.
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@eltobh (231)
• Indonesia
15 Jul 12
Thank you for the advice, berting600!
@asyria51 (2865)
• United States
15 Jul 12
wedge sandals would be my suggestion. If I do not have time to shave in the morning and it is a necessity, I will wear my boot cut jeans, wedge sandals and a nice sleeveless shirt or tank.
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@eltobh (231)
• Indonesia
15 Jul 12
Yeah, I think wedges will not look too casual nor too formal. Thanks for the ideas.
• United States
15 Jul 12
I would measure the jeans to my legs and trim off the edge that hangs on the floor. I think it is gross to see someone weaing clothing draging on the filthy grund. you are walking in dog mess everyday..
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@ShyBear88 (41106)
• United States
16 Jul 12
You can wear any jeans with any type of shoes you want to. Yes if they are long and they are dragging on the floor/ground then they will tare so wearing flats wouldn't be good. There are wegges which are in between a flat and heel they look good with everything as well. Me when it comes to jeans I don't care what shoes I'm wearing because people aren't looking at my feet and I don't go around looking at theirs either.