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White Out: All The Ways To Wear White Jeans
Who says you can’t wear white after Labor Day? We’re here to show you that rules are made to be broken, and there’s no better way to infuse white into your wardrobe than with a crisp pair of jeans. They not only brighten up any look you pair them with, but like your favorite blues, can handle any piece you throw at them.
Bet On Black
Nothing looks better paired with black than a bright pair of white jeans. The contrast gives you a bold graphic look that’s modern and cool but never in your face.
Him: Top off slim jeans with a sleek, black polo or v-neck sweater for a sharp off-duty outfit.
We like to call this the Canadian tuxedo for beginners. A pair of white jeans and a chambray shirt is a great way to wear denim head-to-toe without looking overwhelming.
Him: Smarten up a casual denim shirt and white jeans with a sharp blazer and brogues.
Her: Tuck your chambray shirt into tapered white jeans and top them off with a brown belt and sandals.
Block-Up In Bold Colors
White jeans are the perfect canvas for contrasting bright hues and bold blocks of color. The best part about color-blocking is that it draws the eye upward creating a slim, lean look.
Him: Let your outerwear pop by finishing off your white jeans with a bright anorak in red or yellow or with a jewel toned overcoat.
Her: White jeans are the best base when combined with tops in primary colors or vibrant prints.
Go All White
Consider wearing all white the warmer month’s answer to monochrome dressing. It looks super clean and sleek and allows for interesting plays on different textures.
Him: Wear your regular-fit white jeans with a plain white crew neck tee or button down and a pair of minimal white sneaker for an outfit that’s fresh.
Her: Take your best distressed boyfriend jeans and layer over a semi-sheer slouchy tee and white leather slip-ons for an edgy, all-white weekend look.
White jeans elevate everything from button-downs and luxe knits to dark tees and sharp blazers in a way that your blue jeans would never try to. They’re the best kind of style statement: a subtle one that speaks volumes.