Your Go-to Guide for Wearing White Jeans

Is there anything that brings in the new season better than a pair of crisp white jeans? Okay, maybe the smell of flowers in the air and later sunsets are pretty great too, but we love white denim as the foundation of an amazing outfit. While you’ll have to wait until after Memorial Day to wear them because of very strict fashion rules, it’s great to prep your closet ahead of time. (Um, we’re totally kidding. Break those babies out any time you’d like–rules, schmules. We’d wear them 365 days a year if we had enough pairs.) Take a peek below at a few of our Stylists’ favorite ways to wear white jeans.

 

white jeans: fresh blooms

1. Fresh Blooms

White denim is as versatile as a black trouser and a great way to refresh your work wardrobe. For an office-ready ensemble, pair your white jeans with a floral cami and a pretty blazer in a pastel hue. We love the attention to detail on a great camisole. Eyelash lace trim or a scalloped hemline can really elevate an otherwise simple piece. With an outfit this good, you’ll have the confidence to slay the work day.

 

white denim: bold stripes

2. Bold Stripes

Wearing your white jeans with your go-to denim jacket is the incognito way to wear denim on denim if you’re not a fan of wearing head-to-toe indigo. Finish your look with eye-catching stripes. It’s the perfect way to try out pops of neon–one of the biggest trends for spring–without going overboard. Take it one step further and finish your look with bold accessories for some extra wow factor.

 

white jeans: polished pullover

3. Polished Pullover

For on-the-go plans, give your blue jeans a break and swap them for white denim for an instant outfit update. Paired with an elevated sweatshirt, you’ll look put-together and still feel comfortable as you hustle around town. Round out your look with slip-on sneakers and a crossbody bag, and you’ll be ready to take on your day in style.

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