Celebrities — they’re just like us. You may not agree with this, but one scroll through their Instagram feed, and gym selfies aside, it’s enough to show you what you have in common with them — the go-to outfit combo of the jeans and T-shirt. Even the First Lady of France was recently spotted wearing skinny jeans while hanging out with our girl Rihanna. If that isn’t a good enough reason for you to make this your uniform, then we don’t know what else is. Here is a fresh new installment of inspiration to make your own.

Distressed: With an Oversized Shirt

Forget fashion rules and take a leaf out of Anushka Sharma’s book. An oversized button-down shirt is perfect to team with denims, no matter what the style. Take a risk and clash it with your super-ripped jeans for effect.

Cropped: With Floral Sneakers

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Cropped denim is perfect for the monsoons — it keeps the hemline from getting drenched while you skip over puddles. Take your jeans-and-tee outfit to another level by teaming it with statement shoes, like Alia Bhatt does here. Easy does it.

Also Read: The Only Hemline Length You Need in Your Wardrobe

Mid Rise: With a Crop Top

Mid-rise denims are flattering on all body types and Deepika Padukone’s style trick makes it look even better. A tie-up crop top, like the one she sports here, will draw attention to your waist and give you that covetable hourglass silhouette.

Skinny: With a Slogan T-shirt

If you thought slogan tees are a thing in the past, think again. Kareena Kapoor Khan makes the usual slogan T-shirt and skinny jeans combo look sophisticated and grown-up. The trick is to keep it minimal and classy.

Also Read: Wear it Like a Celeb: Florals

Straight Fit: With a Sweatshirt

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Even if you aren’t a jeans and T-shirt person, a classic pair of straight cut jeans should be a staple in your closet. They can be dressed up with a girly wrap top or worn with a sweatshirt like Athiya Shetty does here.

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