I LOVE to wear white jeans in Winter because they’re bright, crisp, and unique in a sea of street style darks. I like to combine white jeans with an ink blue or black support act, or ink blue or black and a bright.
Here are two outfit ideas to get you started. The rendition with the brights is crisp, soft, happy, and a bit Ralph Lauren. I wore it a few weeks ago. The rendition on the right is neutral and more hard-edged. Note that you can swap out black for ink blue or navy, and vice versa.
White Jeans, Ink Top & Brights
Combine white jeans with an ink blue or black pullover, and add black, ink or cream booties. Feel free to wear cosy warm socks with the jeans. Semi-tucking the pullover and adding a cream belt is optional. Finish off the outfit with a bright coat and bag. Any colour that tickles your fancy will work because black and white are versatile graphic neutrals. Cobalt blue, emerald green, purple, red, cranberry, and shocking pink are all good.
I chose my citron peacoat, orange bag, and went with ink blue boots. Here are the exact items of the outfit from my wardrobe. It was a cheerful outfit to wear on a grey, rainy day.
White Jeans & Black Support Act
Combine white jeans with a black blouse or pullover, and finish off the look with a textured black coat, and black boots. The texture in the coat goes a long way to breaking up the blandness of flat black, as does adding bling and a scarf to the outfit. Add a black bag with hardware. I like this hard-edged white jeans outfit with burgundy lippie and fingernail polish for a bit of girly glam and more outfit interest. Add jewellery, eyewear, headgear and watch as desired.