What are white jeans?
White jeans are made from white denim and white threading. White jeans come in a variety of colors, from pure winter white to eggshell white to off-white. Although style guides can vary on when and how to wear white jeans in different situations, these light pants can be worn with many tops and shoes.
What are the Best Times to Wear White Jeans?
An old-fashioned rule states that you should not wear jeans after Labor Day. However, many stylists and fashionistas wear white jeans all year. It doesn’t matter what you wear, but it does matter that you feel confident in your outfit.
Six Types of White Jeans
White jeans can be made in a variety of styles and fits, just like a pair blue jeans or black jeans.
- Straight-leg jeans: Straight-leg white jeans are straight-cut and have a straight-up-and-down fit throughout the entire length. Straight jeans can be as loose or fitted as boyfriend jeans, relaxed-fit jeans, or straight-leg jeans like slim-fit jeans.
- Skinny jeans: Skinny, white jeans are slender and tight throughout the legs. They run from the thigh to the ankle. White skinny jeans are often part summer looks.
- Bootcut jeans: Bootcut jeans flare slightly at the ankle. This style of jeans pairs well with ankle boots
- Wide-leg jeans: These jeans have a wide-leg cut. They are designed to be worn wide across the legs, starting at the mid-thigh. Then they fall to the ankle.
- High-rise jeans: These jeans are high-rise or high-waist and sit just below your belly button. This style is back in fashion. High-rise white jeans are trendy.
- Low-rise jeans: A low-rise pair of jeans is one that falls just a little below your hips. This type of jeans was extremely popular in 2000.
Five ways to wear white jeans
These white jeans outfits will give you a bolder look to your wardrobe.
- Wear it with a white denim jacket. Wear all-white with white pants, white denim jacket and white shoes. For a splash of color, wear a bright T-shirt.
- Crop tops are a great option. A crop top or tank top can be worn with high-rise jeans. This combination can create a trendy summer look.
- A black and white combination is a good choice. For a contrasting look, try pairing white jeans and a black turtleneck with black pants.
- Use a French tuck. You can use the French tuck if you are wearing a button-down T-shirt or a baggy T-shirt. Simply tuck the front half of the shirt into your white jeans, and let the back part flow freely.
- Add a bold jacket to your look. To create a contrast in color and material, pair white jeans with a bomber jacket (or a leather jacket).
How to Hem a Tshirt in 9 Steps
How to Hem a Tshirt with a Sewing Machine
- It is possible that a T-shirt may not fit your body. These steps will show you how to make a shirt longer for novice sewers:
- The new hemline is found. Turn your shirt inside-out and put it on. Take a look at yourself in the mirror and decide where the new hemline should be. This can be marked with sewing pins or a fabric marker.
- Trim the shirt. Take your shirt off your body and keep it inside. You will need to trim a portion of your shirt with fabric scissors. You can fold the excess over.
- Fold your hem. Fold your bottom hem down by half an inch. Your shirt will now be the right length.
- If necessary, you can also serge the bottom edge. To prevent fraying, you can serge the raw edge using a serger (or the zigzag stitch on your sewing machine). For woven fabrics like cotton twill or linen, serging is required.
- Use an iron to press. Place your shirt on a flat surface such as an ironing board. Now fold the bottom of your T-shirt up and press down on it. Run the iron along the edge of the hem.
- Use pins to secure the hemline. Sewn pins can be used to secure the hemline. To secure your hem, loop the pins through both the front and back of fabric.
- Setup your sewing machine. Thread your sewing machine. For a bolder look, you can use a color that matches your shirt.
- Your new hemline is now complete. Choose a stitch to create your hemline. A zigzag, stretch or straight stitch are good options. As close as possible to the raw edge, remove each pin as needed. You will work your way around the shirt. Finally, trim any frayed fabric or threads.
Wear it. Wash your shirt and it is ready to wear.