Denim en blanc
We are loving white denim with frayed edges. It’s super versatile and easy to match with pretty much the whole color spectrum, from muted sage and blush pink to electric blue or melodramatic black. Pair your white denim skirt or cut-off shorts with a flowy tank for an easy-breezy fit, or a knotted top in a spring-forward print when you want to accentuate your waist. Neutral, flat sandals with metallic studded accents strikes the right balance of relaxed, with a light sparkle to complete the look.
Casually Dressed to Impress
A white denim jacket paired with a black and white gingham A-line dress and fuchsia satchel is a look at the intersection of casual meets modern vintage style. Feeling bold? Put a spin on any classic black and white monochromatic look when you add a bright burst of color. Combine bright hued jeans with a frayed hem with a dotted, slit-backed crew-neck top that ties the look together with a sweet surprise bow on the back.
Think you can’t wear white jeans to work? Think again. Try a straight or wide-legged pair with a bold nautical striped pullover or a button-down blouse that moves fluidly in the spring breeze. Who says white at work can’t be pristine and chic without trying too hard? Not you.
Bright & Boho
Live your eternal spring dreams of perfect weather, flawless hair and chill vibes in boho pieces that promise comfort without sacrificing style. This spring, intricate eyelet tops are like artful masterpieces to wear when you want to revel in feelings of carefree nostalgia and dressing with ease. Whether you are going for a casual date night look in your relaxed boyfriend jeans and stacked open-toe heels, or just cooling off by the pool with the kiddos in unpretentious dark linen shorts, remember, nothing says sweet and simple like mixing in bright white with boho pieces.
Need to refresh your springtime wardrobe? Take your style quiz and ask your stylist for crisp white pieces when you schedule a Fix. Keep what you love and send back the rest. Shipping and returns are always free—that’s no little white lie.