How to Wear White Jeans this Spring

Alright, my curvy ladies, I get it, white jeans can be hard to pull off, however, if you get a pair of quality white denim like the ones I’m wearing from Simply Be, you can achieve the perfect Spring look. So let’s throw out any beliefs that say curvy girls can’t wear white.


In celebration of Spring, Simply Be has launched a new campaign called We Are Curves with the focus on Denim. The We Are Curves campaign is a celebration of women with curves, it is positive, powerful and inspiring. This is something I can get behind so I am excited to partner with Simply Be to show you how I styled their Chloe distressed white skinny jeans 3 ways.

I love wearing white jeans for date night or Friday night happy hour. I’m also obsessed with this cold shoulder denim shirt – it’s a fun way to update the double denim look. Just add some bold accessories and you are good to go!



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This is the perfect Spring feminine look. I am currently obsessed with mules and love these silver ones from Simply Be. I have been wearing them almost every day! I wore this look to brunch with the girls and paired the white jeans with a striped flowy blouse. I love the front tie detail of this top – it’s effortlessly chic.



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These distressed white jeans are the perfect pair to style for a casual weekend look. I wore them a white tee and white kicks for all white look and added red accessories for a pop of color. I also paired it with Simply Be’s motif-detail denim jacket since it still gets chilly in NYC in April.




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P.S. check out the We Are Curves lookbook here featuring Iskra Lawrence, Denise Bidot, and Marquita Pring.

This post is sponsored by Simply Be. Opinions are entirely my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that make this blog possible.





Photos by Gregory Florival

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