I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas

Hello lovelies! I’m sure you’ve all heard of the rule that claims you cannot wear white after labor day. This rule is completely outdated, and white can actually look very chic in the fall and winter seasons when worn correctly. Today, I’m sharing an outfit featuring white jeans to show that this rule no longer stands true, and how white can actually be very festive!


White jeans look perfect in the spring and summer paired with bright, bold colors, but in the winter, it’s best to pair them with neutral tones. I love these white Old Navy jeans because they are high rise and raw hemmed. The raw hemmed version isn’t available anymore, but you can easily cut off the ends and throw them in the dryer to get the same effect.


To contrast the white, I threw on a basic black tee. I like the black with this outfit, but I think white or cream would be more fun and daring. To add some texture, I threw on my favorite dusty rose fur vest (similar here). I have been wearing so much fur this season, but it’s truly the easiest way to elevate an outfit.

For shoes, I’m wearing these gorgeous grey booties that are so on trend. They have a small heel, but nothing too hard to walk in. To accessorize, I’m wearing a Kate Spade necklace gifted to me last Christmas. I don’t believe it’s available anymore, but here’s a similar one.


White jeans are an easy way to switch up your winter wardrobe, and when they are paired with the right fabrics and colors, they look like they were meant for winter!

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