You Said: No to White Denim

April 13th, 2009


white-denim-bootcut-jean_041209We asked: Would you wear White Denim?

You said:  No to White Denim, with a 58% to 42% vote.

Style tip? We’ll be the first to admit it - white denim is tough to wear.  From a figure flattery standpoint, white makes you look bigger - hardly what you want if your derriere (or legs) are in less than perfect condition.  And from a practical standpoint, white denim is terribly difficult to keep clean.  One sit on a less-than-pristine park bench, and you’re toast.  That said, if you’re willing to try out white denim, it can be very rewarding.  White denim is a fresh, springy alternative to classic dark blue jeans - and it instantly elevates whatever you wear with it.  You can instantly add elegance to bold colors, create a dreamy look with pastels, or dress up with metallics, especially silver (our fave).

Next question: We’re seeing tons of cute patterned shorts out there on store racks.  But what do you think?  Would you wear Patterned Shorts - or would you leave them on the rack?  Cast your vote on the sidebar!

Pictured: White Denim Bootcut Jean | $98 at J Crew

Entry Filed under: Trend,Trend Predictives,What's In and What's Out,Women

3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Sal  |  April 13th, 2009 at 6:47 am

    Wow, I missed this poll. I’m a recent convert to white denim, but totally understand its challenges …

    Gotta pass on the patterned shorts, but then, I’m not a big shorts girl to start with!

  • 2. Katie  |  April 14th, 2009 at 11:59 am

    I might not love white denim jeans, but I have found that a white denim mini skirt is a great staple in my wardrobe and can look great with many fancy tops for going out yet can also be casual and played down.

  • 3. Trisha  |  April 16th, 2009 at 2:05 am

    A white denim skirt is a great way to feminize this trend – and it looks so fresh with both bold colors and pastels.

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