Lately I have been preferring looks with white jeans for the winter season over summer. It’s a great way to add a crisp feel to layered looks, as shown by many of the editors of Vogue Paris throughout the years. For these looks, I choose the Hudson Nico in White to work with. They have a great cropped fit that is super slim and can have a great slouch to it depending on the size you choose.
This one is more for the fall weather (in warmer locations, i.e. California) than winter if I had to be honest. One of my favorite looks is an all white one with hints of silver working throughout the look. The new Isabel Marant x H&M belt is the best piece to give that hint of silver along with the details of these Saint Laurent boots. I then added a scarf by Proenza Schouler because it gives just enough color without taking away from the crisp white look of the jeans with the IRO t shirt.
Another one of my favorite looks is a pair of cropped white jeans with some Chelsea boots. Especially when they are about an inch or two above the shaft of the jeans and showing a tad of ankle. I chose the classic pair by Balenciaga because they are just the perfect cut in my eyes. Then to add a “borrowed from the boyfriend” look, I chose a plaid shirt from IRO, a jacket from R13 and some Ray-Bans to keep the look feeling classic.
As the other two were paired with ankle boots, I wanted to do something without a pair and with a more feminine sense. Something that still had the essence and structure of winter without the literal shoe choice. For this look here, the jeans are styled with a jacket by IRO, a t shirt by R13, some Saint Laurent pumps and to finish it off, the Lucrezia by Givenchy.
-So how many of you will be wearing your layers with white jeans for this season?
Ever since Isabel Marant released the Soan leather trousers a few years back, I could not stop thinking about them. Then when I heard that her collaboration with H&M was going to be a retrospective of her popular pieces, I was hoping that those pants would make an appearance. Just my luck, she did reinterpret them and they are in coated denim. So to coincide with the launch today, I decided to style them in a way that I have been envisioning them for a while.
Ever since I saw them, I thought of them being worn in sort of an underground East London/Swedish punk vibe. With great detail and a cropped semi slouchy fit, I think they embody that sort of style very well. I chose to pair them with an olive t shirt by R13, my favorite Balenciaga boots, an Hermes cuff and a Rick Owens beanie. This is something I would even wear myself, so I would say that this is another look for both the ladies and men. What do you think of this outfit?
I thought the new Mother Looker Denim in Patched Spellbound in Seattle were such a fun pair. A great update from the classic patched styles that we have been seeing and something I can see the denim market moving to. They are definitely a pair that will make even the most classic looks with the usual blue jeans get a second take by onlookers.
This look is is the most classic of the three. You can never go wrong with a pair of blue jeans and a white t shirt with some brown boots. It is a go to look for many women, but with these jeans the look becomes something more. I paired them with a t shirt by T by Alexander Wang, a bag by Chanel, classic wayfarers by Ray-ban and the new Ora boots by 3.1 Phillip Lim. When I first saw these jeans, I instantly thought of pairing them with these boots. They are a great shade that really pairs well with the wash as well as the patches.
For my weekend going out look, I decided to style the Blank NYC Spray on Skinny jeans in Bonner Pilot. These were one of both Lorna and I’s picks for last month, and I finally decided to create a look around them. My favorite part is the contrasting colors and materials of the patches.
I chose this sheer Alexander Wang blouse because I like how the black looks with the patches and I think the sheerness is a nice way to dress up these jeans for the evening. For shoes, I added these Aquazzura suede booties in nude, which I think is a nice neutral base for the rest of the outfit. I kept the rest of the accessories pretty minimal; I like the see-through factor of this PVC Diane Von Furstenburg cross body bag and I liked how this chain necklace from Topshop added a bit of toughness to the look.