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White Jeans

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I feel like every woman has a love/hate relationship with white jeans. On one hand, there is something so striking about them. They are eye-catching and make us think of warm weather and summer vacations. There’s a positive association there for sure. On the other hand, they also put us totally on display—there’s no hiding in white jeans! You have to pick the perfect underwear, and ideally you also pick the perfect pair of jeans that are thick enough to leave a little to the imagination. The ones I’m wearing are from (surprise, surprise) Madewell. I love their high rise fit and the thick-yet-soft denim they’re made of.

Outfit Details

Madewell tee (c/o), Madewell jeans (c/o), Natalie Borton necklace, Madewell shoes (c/o), Madewell earrings

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5 Comments

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    Krystle
    March 21, 2016 at 9:14 am

    I wish we could see them.

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    Stefanie
    March 21, 2016 at 9:42 am

    Can’t see the jeans against the white back drop

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      Natalie Borton
      March 21, 2016 at 11:07 am

      Ha! Yes, they do sort of disappear there. Were there details about the jeans you were looking for?

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    H
    March 22, 2016 at 4:34 am

    You always look so cute but I totally cannot see the jeans with the white backdrop. Maybe you can show how they look in a more natural setting like outside or in your home? I usually have issues with transparency regarding white jeans, how do these Madewell ones hold up? Also, how easily do the (inevitable) stains that result when wrangling a toddler come out? I haven’t worn white jeans since my daughter was born 2 years ago…
    Thanks for a great blog!

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      Natalie Borton
      March 22, 2016 at 8:00 am

      These are definitely on the thicker side, which I appreciate. I had bought some really cute Old Navy ones previously but sent them right back because they were see-through! I haven’t dared to wear these ones around my toddler yet, but I’ll report back once I can get a feel for how easily stained they get. One thing is for sure, always keep a Tide To Go or bleach pen handy!

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