How to Wear White Jeans After Labor Day

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You know we are advocates of breaking fashion rules. And one of our favorites to break is the “no white jeans after Labor Day” rule. Why not we say? They can help break those winter doldrums and give a refreshing change of pace from dark denims. You’ve just got to know how to wear them to make this look work.

DO: Pair with other neutral tones such as gray, black or nude. We love the casual appeal of this neutral, loosely woven sweater and white jeans. Latte optional.

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DON’T: Forget to pay attention to fit. Too tight and you look like a member of a 1980’s hair band. Wear them too loose and you look like you are wearing scrubs.

HERE ARE THREE WAYS TO WEAR ONE PAIR OF WHITE JEANS

DO: Add a pop of color with an accessory. Our favorite is a brightly colored handbag!

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DON’T: Be nervous to pair white jeans with a chambray shirt. We love this look. P.S. She also added another neutral.

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DO: Tuck your white jeans into boots for a crisp look.

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DON’T: Forget white jeans pair perfectly with bold prints or patterns. They effortlessly balance your look. Don’t miss her boots!

DO: Remember white jeans can be dressed up or down, depending on what you pair them with.

DO: Create a dressy look. We love a sequined tank topped with a structured jacket and high heel.

DON’T: Neglect to wear them on causal days too! Pair with a comfy sweatshirt and a boot for a casual yet put together look.

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DO: Know that white jeans are begging for texture. Adding a boucle’, velvet, lace or tweed, is the perfect way to balance your fall look.

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Do you wear white jeans after Labor Day?

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