I got my first pair of white jeans just last year. I haven't even owned them for a year. I had been interested in owning a pair of white jeans for a long time, but struggled to find a pair that fit well and didn't have see through pockets. I was thrilled to find these at Old Navy last year, since they looked great and were really affordable! I figured even if I only wore them a few times they were worth the cost. Fortunately, I ended up wearing them quite a lot last year, but all in the warmer months when white is very popular! And while white jeans are becoming more acceptable to wear all year round, I'm still hesitant about wearing them out in public in the winter. There's just something about them that scream warmer weather to me. But the more I peruse fashion blogs and Pinterest, I'm seeing that "winter white" really is a thing. So here I am today, giving white jeans in the winter a try. I'll be honest that I have yet to wear this out in public, but the idea is definitely growing on me.
I decided to stick with neutral colors and made sure that my top and shoes were very winter appropriate to offset the more summery white jeans. I also like that the riding boots means that I don't have a full white leg showing. It minimizes the amount of stark white, which in turns makes me more comfortable with the outfit.
And now that I've styled this "winter white" outfit, I'm tempted to try other options as well. I'd love your feedback and more outfit ideas if you have them!
I'm excited to be linking up with Whitney today for the first "A Year of Color"!