As your sun-kissed skin slowly starts to fade and the weather gets cooler, there's no time like the present to embrace the boyfriend jean and cover up your pins in style. We know it's sometimes hard to imagine how those perfectly distressed, relaxed fit jeans are going to work with all your beloved wardrobe favourites, so we've pulled together some of the most stylish bloggers around to show us how it's done.
Opt for a Drawstring Style
Tash Sefton of They All Hate Us is an avid wearer of the boyfriend jean, and she always gets it right. Here she goes for an extra comfy drop-crotch, acid-wash style for extra edge, teamed with leopard-print booties and a boxy jumper.
Keep it Simple
Like most jeans, they always look good pared back with a simple, crisp white top. Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad teams her boyfriend jeans with a white blouse and statement flats.
A Stripe Tee Will Always Work
Elle Ferguson is one blogger who knows that stripes and denim will forever complement one another, especially if you keep it monochromatic.
Feminise the Look With Pastel Shades
Boyfriend jeans definitely lend themselves to a more tomboy style, but that doesn't mean you can't still look feminine. Zina Charkoplia of Fashionvibe shows us how, with a pastel turtleneck, white distressed boyfriends and simple white wedges.
Wear it With a Statement Coat
When you're wearing pants that do all the talking, it can be easy to steer away from statement pieces, but Jasmin Howell of Friend in Fashion doesn't. She keeps the shades underneath neutral with whites and nudes, so the outfit can work with or without a fabulous printed coat.
Leather Complements the Look
Leather is a boyfriend jean's BFF — nothing complements the androgynous style better. Sara Donaldson of Harper & Harley dresses up her baggy jeans with a cropped leather jacket and strappy shoes.
A White Tee Never Looked So Good
Jessie Bush of We The People Style makes boyfriend jeans look easy, by simply tucking in a staple white tee and adding a tan belt and adorable loafers.
Embrace Your Inner Tomboy
There's nothing like ripped jeans to make you feel like the coolest chick around. Ally Carey of Substance Blog takes on the trend wholeheartedly with a graphic tee and skateboard in hand.