9 New Ways to Wear White Pants in the Winter
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Hopefully by now you’re far past the point of thinking that white pants are suitable only between Memorial Day and Labor Day, but maybe you’re not entirely certain how to transition them in colder weather. Look no further, because we’ve rounded up nine of the absolute best ways to style yours this winter.
With a Silky Blouse and a Bold Jacket
The beauty of a monochromatic base is that you can wear your kookiest jacket and let that piece get all of the attention. Not that you wouldn’t want a killer pair of wide-leg white trousers and pussy bow blouse to get any attention; that jacket is just fire.
With a Military Jacket and Choker
Holy perfection. Not for ladies prone to spilling coffee (or wine…or anything), but an all-white outfit is sleek and elegant and—with slightly rumpled pieces like the ones above—surprisingly effortless-looking. The choker is just the trendy icing on this chic cake.
With a Leopard Coat and Loafers
Introducing the outfit we want to wear for the rest of our lives. Slightly cropped white pants topped with a long leopard coat sounds super feminine, but worn with menswear-inspired loafers, it’s cool and slightly androgynous in a very rock star way.
With a Teddy-Bear Jacket and Sneakers
If it’s cozy you want, it’s cozy you’re going to be. Top a pair of white bell-bottoms with your fuzziest teddy-bear jacket and finish the look off with your trusty sneaks for an unfussy (and warm) final product.
With a Cable-Knit Sweater and Leather Jacket
Noticing a theme? When it comes to wearing white pants in the winter, they often serve as a neutral backdrop for another statement piece. And in the case of this bonkers red leather jacket, we’re all for it.
With a Bold Coat and Slip-On Sneakers
Annnnnd consider this your new uniform. White jeans (distressed or not) look right at home in the winter when paired with a simple black tee, slip-on kicks and a knee-length coat in a vibrant color. This look is a total no-brainer.
With a Chunky Turtleneck and a Blazer
So comfortable, so chic. Also, note that while the photo shows a monochromatic look, this would totally work with a sweater or blazer in colors other than white.
With a Furry Jacket and Slides
OK, so this definitely isn’t for the cautious dresser, but if you’re bold enough to try out a dramatic all-white look like the one above, please do (and send us pictures).