Wednesday, March 4, 2015

How To Wear White Skinny Jeans : Autumn Fashion Trends 2015 Pt 2

White skinny jeans are a big trend this season, but I personally haven't always been a fan. My best friend Erin will be shocked to see I now own a pair. Back in high school, we were very anti-white jeans due to our obsession with the movie 'The Clique'. This pair from The Warehouse however finally won my heart, keep reading to hear why.

This post was made possible thanks to The Warehouse and nzgirl. All items mentioned in this post were gifted but hand-picked instore and styled by us :) for more on #officialblogger see here

Jumper // Jeans // Boots c/o The Warehouse

The first step in styling white jeans is to make sure you get a pair that fits you right. I love a good pair of skinny jeans that sits a little high on my hips. I also love the ripped the ripped knee detail that is also a big trend this autumn/winter. 

I find when you are working with white pants, it's best to avoid a sold black top as the contrast between the two can be a tad extreme. I opted for a soft grey knit which I think works perfectly with this look. Since it's coming into autumn, I finished off the outfit with a vampy dark lipstick and black ankle boots.

Who else is excited for the approach of autumn? Don't forget to check out Tara's autumn trends post here if you missed it!



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15 comments:

  1. Wonderful place!

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  2. I do love white skinny jeans with a grey sweater, it was my outfit in the last post indeed :):)
    xx

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  3. I love autumn! I will miss it so much moving to Brisbane next month - I think it's perpetually summer there. I LOOOOOVE your outfit - a classy combo xx

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  4. That sweater is so nice! It looks like something from Country Road!

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  5. These look great! I'm not sure if I could pull off white skinny jeans because I'm pear shaped! I love the ripped detail in these, beautiful look.

    Becca xx

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  6. I love white jeans and you look extremely beautiful! I loved the combination with the grey sweater, and the booties are a great complement to the whole outfit! I am now following you on bloglovin, so I won't miss any post anymore!
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  7. Lovely outfit

    Mel
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  8. Your creativity and uniqueness in this post inspires me dear ♥

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  9. Such a wonderful post dear! Hope you have a great Friday!

    xoxo;
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  10. Love this outfit - I'd wear every piece! Even the white skinny jeans, and I'm usually much too clumsy to think of white anything. They just look so cool here! :) Love them worn with the slouchy grey knit :)

    Now I just have to wait for some autumn temperatures!

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  11. Such a beautiful look. You look stunning!!
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  12. Gorgeous! I need to head to The Warehouse ASAP, esp for those boots!

    Cass | CassandraMyee

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  13. very nice outfit!
    clean and fancy ! ;)

    kisses
    Mafalda
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  14. I agree with what Morgan said! That sweater totally looks like something you can pick up from Country Road! The Warehouse has been so on point this season - I've picked myself up some of their latest season gears and I'm totally in love.

    Georgina | Baby Rebel

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  15. Love the location you used for these shots! I'm always a fan of styling grey with white jeans, or pastel blue ^^
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