Every Fashion Girl I Follow Is Wearing This New Outfit Formula

Tucking your jeans into your boots is not a new trend, this we know. However, it is a trend that's been on ice for the last few years. In fact, it's been laying largely dormant since the noughties, but now, thanks to a host of trend trailblazers, the combination is back and is considered to be chicer than ever.

While there are lots of items you could pair your jeans and knee-high boots with (think T-shirts, blazers, silk top), there's one garment our fashion favourites keep wearing them with. Of course, we're talking about jumpers.

From classic roll-necks to statement motifs and block heels to stilettos, we've found seven street style–friendly outfits incorporating knee-high boots, jeans and jumpers for you to try. Keep reading to see the best combos on the 'gram, and then shop the few essentials should you want to replicate them for yourself.

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@aimeesong

Aimee masterfully pulls together her look by pairing her evergreen knit with coordinating khaki boots and could-be vintage blue jeans. 

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@wethepeoplestyle

Jessie proves that black and tan is just about the chicest colour combination to go for when trying the jean-jumper–and–knee-high-boot ensemble. 

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@venswifestyle

You can only just see her jeans, but Renata's baggy jeans tucked into white boots makes for just about the coolest interpretation of this look. 

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@pernilleteisbaek

Pernille knows that wearing one shade top-to-toe is the ultimate fast-track to creating a chic outfit, and it doesn't get much more sophisticated than grey. 

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@tineandreaa

Tine makes her black roll-neck and tan mock-croc boot duo look even more on-trend by layering a checked shacket over the top. 

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@erika_boldrin

Animal prints to start and finish with leopard print. Instead, Erika has opted for a zebra motif, which she's made look ultra-modern with the addition of white boots. 

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