5 Ways to Style the Textile Elizabeth and James Deb Jeans in White Python

The Textile Elizabeth and James Deb Jeans in White Python are one of my favorite styles from their Spring collection. Here are five looks for probably every aspect in life that you can wear these jeans to. You can read what I suggest to wear them with and how to wear them. You can click here to purchase the jeans at Shopbop for $225 and you can click each link below to purchase the items to wear with them.

1. Comfort Look

This is what I call the “Comfort” look, being that it just looks really comfortable. I styled the jeans with a Marc Jacobs sweater, Repetto flats, and a men’s Juun. J headband. It’s very easy going with the mint green sweater and flats. I think you can probably wear this on a casual day at work or during the day on the weekends. The green and the gold add some color to the look, but do not make the look busy. I say just throw everything on and tie your hair back and put on the headband. Wearing it this way will keep you comfortable and able to move in, yet still looking sleek.

2. Casual Dressy Look

Well this look isn’t too dressy, it’s still on the more casual side. I paired the jeans with a men’s Chambray shirt by Spurr, Balmain Belt, Maison Margiela Silver Tone Watch Link Bracelet and some Sam Edelman Portney Pumps. I would wear the shirt tucked in the front and leave it hanging in the back to show the belt off a bit and help break up the look. Then put the bracelet on the left wrist and cuff the jeans if they are not cropped on you.

3. Night Look

This is the dressiest look out of the five. I paired them with a Pierre Balmain Sleeveless Button-Up, Theyskens’ Theory Blazer, Givenchy Sharktooth Necklace (best accessory ever), and Lanvin Escarpin Pumps. I say wear the shirt untucked and buttoned all the way up, throw on the necklace, then the blazer. To keep the look sleek, do a smooth, clean cuff at the bottom.

4. Concert

This is the “Concert” look. You can pretty much wear it with any graphic/concert tee, but personally mint green seems to be one of the best colors to go with the print. I put it with a Lauren Moshi Effie Monster Truck Muscle Tee, Givenchy Osedia Cuff, and Sam Edleman Adena Loafers. I chose the loafers to add comfort, but being spiked, they keep the look edgy. You can throw the cuff on either wrist to add some weight to the look and it is just plain cool (to keep it short).

5. Errand

This is the look to run errands in, sneakers and a basic tee are of course necessities for that. I kept it simple and comfortable. It’s styled with a red Enza Costa Drop Shouldered Crew-Neck and some black Supergas. Red is another color that I think goes really well with these jeans. Both the print and the color don’t take anything away from each other, but compliment each other instead. I also added some accessories, just to add a little more flare. I chose a Love Quotes Scarf, a Soixante Neuf and Luv AJ ring. I would just throw everything on, leave the scarf draping around the neck unwrapped. Then put the Soixante ring on the index finger on the left hand and the Luv AJ on the middle finger of the same hand.

2 Comments

  1. Love this post! It’s always helpful to see how versatile some of these bolder prints are – if you make the investment you can still wear these from office to errands to a show. I’m actually really tempted to get these now..