How To Find White Jeans With a Flawless Fit

April 4, 2013 | By | Comments (2)

Woman wearing white jeans

This warm-weather staple is also one of the trickiest to pull off, but with a few easy pointers, we promise you can do it.

1. Shop for your shape, don’t get caught up in denim trends. If you’re blessed with long slender legs, go for those skinnies! If you’re a little heavier in the hips, boot-cut or flared jeans will create a visual balance.

2. Keep it clean. Contrast stitching and embellishments (especially on the back pockets) will look outdated. If you’re style has a little edge, a carefully placed rip here or there can look chic, but don’t go overboard.

3. Size does matter. Lighter colors tend to show every lump, bump, crevice and crease, and white is the lightest color there is. For a completely smooth fit, consider going up a size, and look for thick, quality denim with just a tiny bit of stretch  – white jeans are not the place to try out the “jegging” trend.

COMMENTS

  1. veronica

    I was so happy to see this “Article, on finding the Right white Jeans”! To my dismay although there were some great tips, but unfortunately there were NO brands mentioned? Any clues to what you would suggest?
    Thanks in advance for your courteous and prompt attention to my request. I always look forward to your advice!
    Regards,
    Veronica

    April 6, 2013 at 7:28 pm
  2. rebeccadaly

    Hi Veronica! I didn’t mention any specific brands because there is no one brand that fits everyone best. While I can tell you that brands like Paige and J Brand make some very stylish white jeans, to find the perfect fit your best bet is to invest a little time at a mall or department store trying on different brands until you find the one you like best, for you. And keep in mind that it might not necessarily be one of the pricier premium denim brands – one of my favorite pairs was a $15 score from Kohl’s. Hope that helps!

    April 8, 2013 at 11:23 am

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