5 Effortless Jeans-and-Jumper Outfits That Save Me on a Daily Basis

The ultimate style fast-track.

If you were to peek inside my wardrobe, you'd quickly see that it's dominated predominately by two items. And yes, while I'd like those items to be It dresses and Manolo Blahniks, the reality is more humble. I'm talking about jeans and jumpers.

At last count, I had 12 pairs of jeans and 16 pullovers at my outfit disposal. Now that the weather has reached that tricky in-between stage, I have been (and will undoubtedly continue to be) wearing them on repeat.

Often disregarded as throw-on garments (I'll admit I didn't give my jeans-and-jumper outfits much thought, either) the combination of the two can prove to be the perfect wear-anywhere look.

Curating your jeans and jumper outfits isn't complicated—it's all about finding the knitted yin to your denim yang. With the help of a few sartorially blessed street style stars, I've found five foolproof formulas that always work.

From cropped kick flares and white denim to longline hems and pastel weaves, keep scrolling and you'll see how effective jeans-and-jumper outfits really can be.

Buy a size up to enhance the oversized silhouette of this cricket knit. 
Topshop's iconic Dree jeans also come in black, indigo, grey—heck, just about every wash you could ever want. 
Too early for full-on coats? Begin the new season transition with a blazer-silhouette in a heavy wooly fabric. 
Matching your coat to your heels? It's now a thing.
With an array of colours intricately woven into this jumper, you'll be hard-pressed to find something it won't go with. 
Look for creamy, off-white hues, as they look more expensive and chicer than pure-white styles. 
This soft lemon hue will instantly lift your monotone work ensembles. 
We love these chunky "dad" trainers. Ease yourself into the trend with an all-white pair. 
The slightly cropped length of this knit makes it ideal for wearing with trousers, as it'll help showcase the definition of your waist. 
The worn-in–looking rips and washed blue hue make these jeans look like they could be vintage. 
Take your basket bag obsession into autumn with a close-weave raffia bag. 
Black courts can often be too harsh against denim, so look to a brown or neutral shade instead.
Want to make your roll-neck work even harder? Try these outfit formulas, too. 
The baggy cut of these trousers makes them ideal for travelling or running errands in. 
First, skirts and dresses were given the leopard-print treatment, and now coats have too. This one is a treat for the eyes and the purse strings. 
We're already pining after the black version of these boots, but now that they're available in nude, we think we might have to have both pairs. 
On trend and on sale? This knit is a no-brainer if you ask us. 
Keep your top fitted to stop these wide-leg jeans from swapping your frame. 
When practical and fashionable meet, it looks a little something like this. 
If you're yet to invest in any boots this year, these patent Mango numbers are an excellent place to start. 

Going out out? Let's see which heels will suit your jeans best... 

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