7 Awesome Heels to Pair With Your Jeans This Fall

Jeans and heels go together like champagne and caviar—they’re both perfect pairings. But occasionally, knowing how to execute the combination in a stylish way is tricky. That’s why we decided to put the look to the test with all-star staples from Nasty Gal. Check out how we teamed pieces from the brand’s new vintage-inspired Nasty Gal Denim Collection with their in-house footwear line footwear line, Shoe Cult.

Scroll below to see which Nasty Gal Denim fits and Shoe Cult styles play nice together.

Stay way ahead of the curve in a pair of flattering, high-rise black skinnies.

If you’re partial to black denim, we suggest pairing it with fun snakeskin sandals for a night out. 

Pair It: Nasty Gal Shoe Cult City Slicker Heel ($68)

These Brady-esque bell-bottoms call out to the flower child in all of us. Keep the look 2014 by teaming them with a tucked-in tank and tailored blazer. 

Thanks to its oversized buckles and punchy hue, this chunky platform is perfect with the flared bell-bottom. 


Make these high-rise skinnies in a versatile dark blue wash your go-to this season.


This smokin’ stiletto featuring gold hardware perfectly complements the cut of the jeans.

A lighter denim shade works well for daytime, but this figure-hugging style makes it a stylish option for night, too.

Add some height to your look with these bold platforms, which come in versatile black.

This retro-inspired mini hits right above the knee for an of-the-moment look.

Create the illusion of mile-long gams by wearing the denim mini with these neutral platforms. To sweeten the look, throw on a pair of schoolgirl socks. 

To maintain its street cred, a pair of distressed denim’s got to look like it’s seen a scuffle or two. This shredded pair can definitely hold its own teamed with a lived-in sweater.

When you’re going for a loose-fit boyfriend jean, bring in the moto bootie. Its clean lines elevate your denim for a more polished and less schleppy vibe.   

This relaxed, light-wash pair is a modern riff on the classic mum jean. Hey, she always knew best, right?

Give your mum jeans a trendy spin by wearing them with matte black flatforms.