5 Ways to Wear White Jeans in Spring

April 30, 2018

I’ve been shamelessly wearing my white jeans over and over lately. Actually, I have worn them all year long. Do you remember my post about how to wear them in the winter? Since I have worn them so much lately, I thought I would do a similar post for this season. Without further ado, I bring you 5 ways to wear white jeans in spring. In today’s look, I paired my jeans with the cutest flutter sleeve gray top. I really like this top. It is a very light sweatshirt material though I almost hesitate to call it that. It’s not heavy at all but definitely thicker than a t-shirt which makes it keep its shape. It also makes it easily washable and great to wear casually or dress up a little more. In other words, my kind of top.

5 ways to wear white jeans in the spring

This is the first way to wear your white jeans – all neutrals! I like this look because it keeps things a similar color palette and looks fresh. I should mention, these are my exact white jeans (only $34). They come in and out of stock. I bought a tall and cut the hem which is why they have the frayed look. As for fit, I purchased my normal size. You never want white jeans to be too tight. I’ve found these to stretch a tad throughout the day – not too much but enough that I don’t think they are too tight or that I needed to size up. Also, I was putting this together, I realized I have worn the same booties in all but one of these. I guess I have a favorite, lol. At least you all are getting to see lots of ways I restyle things in this post!

5 Ways to Wear White Jeans in Spring

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Here is a second example of a way I have styled my jeans neutrally.

Example three is all monochrome. I love the all white!!

The fourth and fifth examples are both with pastel type colors that I happen to like better with white than regular denim. Both mint and blush pop more against white than blue in my opinion. I also love pairing a blue top with white jeans. 

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