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Two Ways to Wear It: White Jeans

Two Ways to Wear White Jeans
In this week’s Two Ways to Wear it column, team Sydne Style shows us how to wear white jeans. The trend works whether you are petite like Sydne (right) or tall like Haley. Check out for more fashion inspo!

The thought of wearing white jeans in the summer can be daunting. Finding the right fit can be challenging and the idea of a light jean showing everything is scary. But once you find the perfect pair, it quickly becomes a wardrobe staple. White denim gives off a clean and crisp look in the warmer months. Plus it's easy to style for every body type. Read on for two chic ways to wear your white jeans right now...

Sydne Summer's white on white summer look

Sydne took her white denim and layered it with a long white tunic. Using a tunic covers your problem areas, giving you more confidence when you wear white jeans.

Sydne Summer's white on white summer look

Head-to-toe white looks so fresh this season. Plus, you can make yourself look even leaner when you add pointy pumps in the same color!

Sydne Summer's white on white summer look

Another way to wear white denim is with brights, like Haley. Wearing vibrant colors in the daytime with white jeans makes for a very easy look that you can wear anywhere. Haley paired her white pants with a pink peasant blouse and metallic flat sandals (always a stylish option for taller gals!). She also played around with color blocking by bringing in a complimentary cobalt blue purse.

Sydne Summer's white on white summer look

With the season still heating up, it’s the perfect time to swap your denim blues for a light pair of white jeans. You'll catch yourself reaching for them all the time, from date night and meeting friends for lunch to weekend errands!

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For more ways to wear the latest trends, check out Sydne Style.

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