Three Ways to Style White Jeans this Winter

White trousers or jeans have often been the reserve of summer days, being tucked away into storage for winter or just shoved to the back of the wardrobe. However, there are ways to integrate your brightest whites into your wardrobe without looking like you belong on a summer beach. White is a bright, refreshing colour and with that said also the colour of the most wintery thing there is – snow – and so here’s how to add a pop of the un-coloured into your wardrobe this January in the easiest way. Grab your white jeans and let’s go!


‘The Cosiest Of Days’

Some days your just need an oversized knit to keep you looking and feeling warm and cosy. Why not layer cream knits and accessories with your whites and a pop of red – you’ll be like a cool Santa Claus. Add a beret and ballet pumps never fail to add that effortlessly French cool feel.

Beret – Handed Down Beret (Similar)| Jumper – Vintage Unbranded (Similar)| Cardigan – Vintage Handmade (Similar)| Trousers – Vintage Laura Ashley Kick Flare Jeans | Shoes – Secondhand Chinese Ballet Slippers (Similar)


‘Time to Get Up & Get Out’

Sometimes you want the ‘I just threw this outfit together’ look on a night out and this hues of white outfit does just that, with a nod to the attire of a 90s boyband member too (you can decide if that is good or bad!). Pair it with a pair of strappy, sculpted shoes and your good to go!

Shirt – Vintage Norman Linton (Similar) | Trousers – Vintage Laura Ashley Kick Flare Jeans | Shoes – Secondhand Arket Ankle-Wrap Leather Sandal


‘Off to Be Indie’

White jeans needn’t give off a summer beach party vibe; grab yourself a tote bag, some Dr Martens and a black polo neck and voila – indie, art dealer vibes for days. Why not add a classic patterned jacket or trench coat for a bit of interest too?

Jacket – Vintage Unbranded from Cow Vintage| Jumper – Secondhand Next (Similar)| Tote Bag – Duke of Uke | Trousers – Vintage Laura Ashley Kick Flare Jeans | Shoes – Dr Marten’s 1461 Virginia


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