FALL & WINTER

3 Ways to Confidently Wear White Jeans After Labor Day

Can you wear white jeans after Labor Day? The simple answer is yes! White pants, and white jeans, are perfectly acceptable when you are trying to transition your wardrobe from Summer to Fall. You just need to tweak the way you style them.

Here are three easy ways to feel confident wearing white jeans after Labor Day.

1. Wear White Pants with a Bold-Colored Fall Blouse

White Jeans After Labor Day - Burgundy Top

A single shot of bold fall color is striking to wear white pants or white jeans in the Fall.

Burgundy is a gorgeous shade to pair with white. It’s strong and powerful and looks fantastic, accessorized with a chic black bag.  Edgy Python D’Orsay flats are right on trend and are a great way to incorporate pattern and texture, so your outfit doesn’t look flat.

2.  Mix White Jeans with Neutrals like Cream, Gray, Taupe

White Pants Fall Outfit - Grey Sweater

You might wear all white from head to toe in July and August, but it looks too summery in the Fall. Instead, try pairing your white jeans with cream, taupe, or a gray sweater. You’ll get more of a tone on tone look, which is richer and warmer. This modern colorblock sweater makes a good color bridge.

Add gray booties and a bag to tie it all together. A touch of jewelry completes the look.

 

3.  Go Wild and Pair a Fall Animal Print with Your White Jeans

Fall White Jeans - Animal Print Top

Put a Tiger in your tank this Fall…. or a leopard, or a cheetah, or a zebra. Animal print tops are an excellent way to extend the wear of your favorite white jeans after Labor Day. Pair an animal print top with white jeans, mules, and this saddle bag gives you a cool, modern look.

 

Want another idea for an easy white jeans outfit for Fall? This one is my favorite – white jeans and a cargo jacket – See here.

Are you still wearing white jeans now Labor Day has passed? And if so, what are you wearing them with?

 

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