When we had the first taste of spring this year, I felt the urge to get my white jeans ironed and on! The Easter weekend was so lovely with gorgeous sunshine and a taste of normal life again with garden visits from friends and family and the white jeans stayed on throughout.

Jeans are definitely my go to for most days of the week but the white jean offers you that fresh update to keep you looking casually chic.

I know a lot of you feel afraid to enter this territory because of the fear of getting them dirty and I hear you! As a mother to two boys I can totally relate to this but I have never let this hold me back. A quick spot clean and you’re good to go.

The key to feeling comfortable in white jeans is also in choosing the right jean type and style for your shape. Make sure the material is thick and not see through – we want to look chic not cheap! I wouldn’t recommend going skinny with white either. I feel this looks outdated and prefer to opt for a straight leg style giving you that chic minimalist look.

Here’s a few looks I have created with my Boden straight leg ankle skimmers in Ecru feature on my Instagram feed.


Here are some I’m loving right now.

Straight High Ankle Jean

High Destructed Straight Leg

Mom Jean

Mid Rise Straight Leg Cropped Jean

I also invested in a culotte style a few years ago fro Marks and Spencer which I also think can look super stylish for the summer months.

Here’s a selection from the high street that I’m loving right now!

High Waisted Culotte JeansMom-fit JeansWide Leg High Waist Jeans

HM Wide Leg Jeans


2 replies
  1. Joanne
    Joanne says:

    Look great. I’ve never been brave enough to try white jeans, thinking they’ll make me look bigger than the size 16 I am, maybe I’ll have to try straights rather than the skinnies I normally wear. X

    • Nese
      Nese says:

      Thanks so much for reading Joanne. I can totally relate to what you are saying but I definitely think its worth just trying on a few different styles and see how you feel. xx


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