Looking for new ways how to style white pants? I’ve got you covered.
White pants are a staple in everyone’s wardrobe. They are the perfect piece to wear especially during spring.
I’m sure by now a ton of ways on how to style white pants have appeared on your Pinterest home page, but today I thought I’d help you a bit more by giving you six ways you can wear white pants.
The looks I’m about to show you are divided into two categories: casual looks with white pants and formal looks with white pants. Depending on where you will be going, use this blog post as a way to get inspired on what to wear.
If you’re into the whole suit trend, why not try this outfit? Use your favorite tailored white pants, a white short-sleeved cropped blazer, some sandals and a slouchy clutch and you have the perfect effortless cocktail look.
I’m not kidding when I say I have a thing for white sneakers. I have a ton. And I wear them pretty much every time I go out.
White sneakers are the best way to keep your feet comfortable while keeping your outfit stylish and cute.
But enough of me raving about them, let’s get to business.
Below you will find 20 (yes, twenty!) super cool outfits with white sneakers I promise you will want to wear today.
PS: If you want more outfit inspo make sure to check out my Virtual Styling Instagram page
20 OUTFITS WITH WHITE SNEAKERS
White Sneakers With Pants
The first way you can wear your white sneakers is with a cute pair of pants. This combo gives you a more casual, yet still, put-together look that can be worn out to dinner or even to work (depending on where you work of course).
White Sneakers With Jeans
For a totally casual look, create your outfit with white sneakers with your favorite pair of jeans. This is the most basic, yet most flattering combination that will never fail you.
If you want to dress down your favorite dress, skirt, or pair of shorts, add some white sneakers! I personally love to see these kinds of looks, especially with dresses. I just think it gives people an approachable and laid-back look. You can’t go wrong with this combination.
Have you been living in sweatpants for the past year? Yeah, me too. Do you want to learn how to style sweatpants without looking like you just got out of bed?
If the answers to the questions above were yes, then you’ve come to the right place.
Up until a few years ago, sweatpants were a synonym for lounging and staying in bed. No one even dared to think about wearing sweatpants outside on a normal day. However, as celebrities began to step out looking all chill and cool in sweatpants, people began to do the same.
When thinking about Spring, the first clothing item that pops into the majority of people’s heads is a dress. Am I right? I think I am. I have to confess I am not a dress kinda gal. However! I do appreciate pretty dresses, even if I don’t wear them myself.
Now that temperatures are slowly rising (or if you live in Portugal shooting from 16 degrees Celcius to 30 then going back to 16 the next day), wearing a dress seems like the perfect option for when you have no idea what to wear.
The great thing about spring dresses is that they are super simple to put on and don’t require a lot of thinking when it comes to styling. And they’re also a great alternative to loungewear if you’re working from home again for the same reasons I mentioned above. They are also comfortable (well, depending on the dress).
In today’s post, I’ll be sharing with you my favorite spring dresses you absolutely need to have in your wardrobe this season. Enjoy!
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