How to wear white jeans all year long, no matter your age.
I’d want to talk about white jeans here. How to style and wear white jeans.
There’s no denying that white jeans are fantastic in the spring and summer, but they’re notoriously difficult to dress. They’re difficult to get perfect, especially if your body shape is different.
I’ll go through some of the crucial points to ensure that you can wear your white jeans all year long, regardless of your age.
Consider Your Body Shape
The first tip is to pick white jeans that fit your body shape.
Learn how to take measurements and find out your body shape based on those dimensions if you don’t already know what shape you are.
Everything becomes lot easier once you understand your body shape. Shopping becomes easy, and dressing for your body shape and flattering your body shape becomes easier, since you know how to dress for your body shape.
So, let’s break down some of the body shapes and then see which silhouettes will work best for you.
These are obviously just suggestions. You have to do what you have to do, what you want to do, and what makes you feel most at ease and confident. I’m only giving you some broad advice based on your body type.
If you have a triangle body shape, which is the most common, your hips will be larger than your breast. What you need to do is pick a pair of white jeans with a straight or wide leg to balance out your curves.
If you want to emphasize your hips, buttocks, and thighs, though, you’ll want to opt with something a little more tapered.
It all depends on your personal preferences. If you’re a rectangle like me, that means boxy, with little to no definition in the waist, and a waist size of less than eight inches in relation to the bust and hips, you should choose for a skinny or tapered pair of white jeans with a high rise.
Skinny jeans may be on their way out, but don’t worry: they’re still in. I have a lot of skinny jeans and I really like them. They’re truly the perfect fit for my body type. You’re still allowed to wear them.
However, if you want to follow the current trend, you could go for a tapered fit with slightly more relaxed legs. That’s the size of a rectangle.
Because your widest portion is up, if you’re an inverted triangle, you should perform the same thing as the triangle. Either the breast or the shoulders are to blame.
By adding a little balance at the bottom, you can achieve greater balance and a more hourglass-like shape. You can wear a straight or boot cut denim or a jean with a wide leg.
If you have an hourglass body type with a nipped-in waist relative to your bust and hip measurements, I would wear a high-rise white jean with something more tight and tapered to really emphasize that waist.
But you may also go for a straight or a wide leg as long as they’re high rise and highlight the waist, and then add a belt. Then you really add that waist definition, which is what an hourglass body type is known for.
You’re carrying your weight in your middle if you have a circle body shape. That’s where you’d want to keep things as simple as possible. I’d go for a pair of high-rise jeans, but don’t panic.
You start with a high-rise jean to keep everything tucked in, and then layer a billowy top over it to hide the waist. That’s what you do if you’re a circle.
Let’s go over everything again.
- Triangle, aim for a straight cut and a wide boot cut.
- Inverted triangle, straight boot cut wide.
- Rectangle, skinny tapered.
- High-rise, hourglass.
- Circle shape, also high-rise.
Go for a monochromatic appearance with tip number two. When wearing white jeans, keep your outfit monochrome.
In monochrome, any hue, even white, that normally makes us look a little larger is better, more elongating, and slimming.
With your white pants, wear a white t-shirt. Pair your white pants with a white blouse.
Don’t be afraid to wear all white. It’s a very fresh, attractive style that will make you look taller.
By the way, if you want to break up the colors, you can always add a waist belt, such as a gold, brown, or even a color pop waist belt.
Add a purse for a splash of color, but we’ll get to that in a minute.
Wear your white jeans with neutrals, gorgeous neutral tones like lush, gray, pastel, tan, beige, tope, and all those camel-colored neutrals. They look fantastic when paired with white.
Try pairing your white jeans with those neutral tones and you’ll have a fantastic look.
Pastel colors are a great way to add color to your wardrobe beyond neutrals. They look stunning paired with white jeans.
Then there’s the use of neon hues. You may think neon colors are too crazy for you, but a lovely strong neon top would look fantastic with a pair of white jeans.
You could try a pair of neon shoes or even color pop, with a belt, with a bag, with the accessory. That way, you could always add color.
Add texture to your white jeans for the next step in wearing and styling them.
Texture is always mentioned by interior designers. Tones and texture, tones and texture, tones and texture.
Well guess what?
It’s the same with fashion. So, with those white jeans, anything that adds texture up top is fantastic: full leather, furry, silky. You could also wear a cotton t-shirt and a warm cardigan.
Adding texture to the garment provides depth, interest, excitement, and elegance, as well as making it look more polished and rich, just like it would with your house.
Shear panels are another fantastic texture. It’s also a terrific method to show off your arms while remaining covered.
The fifth tip is to use a variety of tones.
I only touched on this briefly, but it’s critical to consider this in terms of your wardrobe as well.
You don’t have to match everything perfectly; don’t hold your whites up to a natural-light window and say, “This doesn’t match,” because this white is ivory and this white is white.
It looks great when the white tones are mixed together; don’t go for a matchy-matchy look.
Matchy-matchy can appear artificial and as if you tried too hard, whereas blending tones and textures appears to be a lot more natural.
It appears as if you just walked out the door wearing this lovely ensemble that just goes together, but you didn’t put any effort into it. It has a similar vibe.
So don’t be afraid to blend those tones, as well as the textures, to achieve a year-round white jean style at any age.