Happy Friday! I don’t know about you, but I find myself wearing my blue jeans more in the fall and winter than I could ever imagine wearing them in the hotter months. But about this time of year I start getting a little tired of my blue denim. And that’s a good reason to wear white jeans in winter!
So today I’m sharing 2 ways to wear white jeans this winter. But I also have styling tips so you can wear your white jeans…your way!
White + Grey
You can wear your white jeans in the winter with just about anything, of course. But I tend to prefer white denim paired with soft, muted neutrals. I especially love white with light grey.
White in Winter Style Tip – Wear your white jeans with soft, muted neutrals such as camel, grey and taupe for the easiest pairings.
Honestly, I prefer this outfit with the coat. When I wore it the other day to the mall, it amassed quite a few compliments. But when I removed the coat, I didn’t feel like this outfit was quite as special.
Still, just the fact that I’m wearing white in winter makes me stand out from the crowd.
White in Winter Style Tip – Add warm and cozy winter fashion textures to your outfit in order to give your white jeans a “winter context.” You could add touches of cashmere, wool, faux fur or corduroy to the mix.
I had previously decided I needed to invest in new white jeans this year. I wore the same pair for three years and they were showing their age. I went straight to Talbots because their jeans generally fit me. These denim jeggings did not disappoint.
I like that these jeans are a nice thickness, hold their shape and fit well.
White in Winter Style Tip – Always go up one size from your normal blue jeans size in white jeans. I’m wearing the size 8.
This soft grey sweater is also from Talbots. Right now at Talbots you can get one item for 30% off with code HEART30. The sweater is also available in a marled indigo blue and rattan. I’m wearing a small. It’s such a nice weight and thickness.
I kept this look really casual and easy with my Cariuma sneakers. I even wore socks because, y’all! I was cold!
White in Winter Style Tip – Wear shoes that indicate you’re in winter. You could choose from all weather boots, leather boots, suede boots, booties, sneakers or suede pumps or flats.
White in Winter Style Tip – Create a column of color by wearing a white, beige or light grey sweater atop your white jeans. Then surround the column of white with a colorful or multicolored coat.
White + Camel
My second look is still casual but a little elevated with more distinct jewelry and sock booties.
Camel is another nice pairing for white jeans. Admittedly, wearing a camel cotton sweater is not that far off from wearing a grey cotton sweater. Ha! Maybe I should have shown another pairing. But I think these soft neutrals are definitely the most effortless way to stay chic and smart in your white jeans during the colder months.
I also took half of these photos with my leather belt bag and half with a regular shoulder bag. I just wanted you to see a variety of ways to accessorize this look.
White in Winter Style Tip – Adding ample accessories to tie the look together is crucial when wearing white jeans in the winter. When you accessorize you communicate that your style choices were intentional.
I’m reaching for these rich chocolate brown sock booties constantly these days. And they seemed like the perfect choice to tie this white and camel look together. They run true to size and they’re also available in red and black.
White in Winter Style Tip – I’ve not shown it here, but pastels also combine beautifully with white jeans for the winter. Just be sure to keep the rest of the outfit distinctly “winter-like” so that your choice of white denim looks intentional.
This camel sweater is a lush, thick 100% cotton shaker stitch knit and it features a roll neck. I love the detailing around the neck and the side slits at the hem. Use code HEART30 to get 30% off one item.
I intentionally added jewelry in tortoise shell and white to pull this look together. Honestly, I think when you wear white jeans in the winter it’s all about doing anything you can to:
- make your choice of white denim look intentional
- keep the look season “appropriate”
- add texture and warmth to the look
Do you wear white jeans in the winter? Honestly, I haven’t worn mine much. I really prefer to save them for the spring and summer. But as spring approaches…or drags its feet!…I’m itching to wear them more. Let me know your thoughts. I’d love to hear from you today!
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