Shop Your Closet: White Jeans (In Multiple Cuts!)

how to style white jeans six ways

Behind the chambray shirt (see it here), white jeans were amongst the most popular request for the #shopyourclosetseries.  We all know why–they’re a spring and summer staple (although, I like to wear mine year round).  To avoid the sameness, I wanted to show that white jeans are super versatile and that you can think beyond the basic skinny jean.  There’s straight leg, flares, cropped, raw hems, culottes–everything!  White denim is a constant in my wardrobe and I don’t want a pile of the same white, skinny jeans; I need variety, people.  So, please see below my assortment of whites–there’s a time and place for all of these cuts!

how to style white jeans six ways
White, skinny jeans are the easiest to make casual–wear them with EVERYTHING but they look awesome with sneakers and flat sandals. // Everlane sweater, Current/Elliott jeans, The Greats sneakers (size up)
how to style white jeans six ways
Flares are so easy to dress up; I especially love a flare or super wide-leg with a blazer–it’s so ‘woman in charge.’ // old Banana Republic blazer (similar here), Cami NYC, Lee jeans, Stuart Weitzman heels
how to style white jeans six ways
This pair of white, denim culottes were my favorites last year. They dress up my $5 snakeskin tee nicely. // H&M tee, Paige culottes, Soludos espadrilles
how to style white jeans six ways
Raw and step hems are so fun–even when it comes to white denim // old Target top, 3×1 jeans, Everlane flats
how to style white jeans six ways
Love a good tonal look and high-rise skinny, white denim (but not too skinny) look awesome with a light jacket // Everlane jeans, Everlane cami, One/Third jacket (my new company! coming SOON–as in, a few days!!!), Club Monaco shoes (old but similar)
how to style white jeans six ways
Same look, but dressed down with a little double denim. // Everlane denim jacket

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