Women's Vintage White Levi Jeans
A quick fashion history lesson on white denim tells us that their very beginnings were born of a rebellion: 'In the 1950’s and 60s, many schools prohibited blue jeans, deeming them too casual for the classroom. Students found a way around the ban by bleaching their jeans white. Cue the launch of Levi's first-ever white jeans.
The key to nailing a modern version involves steering away from socket-scorching whites and opting for creamier or vintage versions.
Just as versatile and twice as interesting as your black jeans, white denim adds a fresh pop to any outfit. Worn right, it looks interesting, fresh and stylish. Find the right shade, in the right cut for you, and a pair of white jeans is bound to become a wardrobe mainstay.