White Jeans In Winter 2020

If you thought you could wear white jeans just in summer, we tell you that it is not so. This season the denim of an immaculate white is in power and you can wear it, with confidence, even when outside there are no more than 0 degrees Celsius. But we do not recommend a white look from head to toe, but rather choose pieces in contrast to white jeans – a XXL fur coat, a long coat, a pair of warm gloves or some men’s style boots.
The easiest way to wear white jeans in autumn and winter is to match them with layered outfits. These jeans look amazing when paired with a wide knit sweater, a neutral-tone coat and a pair of heeled ankle boots. If you choose such a layered outfit, it is preferable to opt for skinny white pants, and not for the flared or wide, unless you are tall. If you are above average, the wide pants benefit you, but the same is not true for mignone, which may seem “hidden” under the layers of clothing.

As for the color palette that best suits the white jeans in the cold season, the neutral, earthy shades are the best choice.

A sweater in a shade of brown, paired with a camel coat and a pair of white pants is the ideal combination for a comfortable and interesting winter outfit. And the shades of gray or the colors matched wonderfully with the white jeans in the cold season. Shades like powdered pink or pastel purple will help you create a feminine look that is perfect for winter.

The secret when wearing white jeans in winter is to keep your outfit neutral.
It is not recommended to associate them with a strong color, the color palette suitable for this season being a neutral and delicate one. White is itself a statement color, especially when worn in winter, so you should allow it to shine and become the centerpiece of the outfit.
You will never fail if you pair the white jeans with a sweater and boots or boots.

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