Fashion Girls Are Refusing to Pack Away This Summer Style Staple

Light jeans are largely associated with the summer months, but we're firm believers that they look just as chic year-round—and it seems we're not the only ones. Sure, we may be on the cusp of winter, but that hasn't stopped some of our fashion friends from spinning their light jeans to create ensembles that are perfect for navigating the plummeting temperatures. 

Take Ada Oguntodu, for example. She resides in one of Scotland's coldest cities, and she has made her light jeans look winter-ready by pairing them with tan staples. Down south, Jessica Skye proves white denim strides are the ideal accompaniment to this season's must-have cover-up

To see their brilliant looks, as well as three other strong outfits, keep scrolling for the ultimate masterclass on how to wear light jeans in winter. 

#1: ADD TAN SEPARATES

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@ada_oguntodu

Style Notes: Ada proves that light jeans look impossibly cool when they're flanked by tan or rust hues. The fact she's balanced her outfit with a tan jacket and boots is inspired. 

#2: CREAM ON CREAM

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@monikh

Style Notes: Much like most great outfits, Monikh proves that less is most certainly more with her off-white jeans and coordinating oversized knit. 

#3: TOUGHEN UP WITH LEATHER

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@lucywilliams02

Style Notes: Give your ecru jeans an androgynous spin by pairing them with a Western-style leather jacket and thick-sole worker boots.  

#4: STAY FRESH IN PASTELS

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@nicoleocran

Style Notes: We all know that white denim loans itself perfectly to pastel tones, and Nicole's ensemble is a testament to that. Look for mint or pistachio hues to remain on-trend. 

#5: IF IN DOUBT, GO MONOCHROME

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@_jessicaskye

Style Notes: Whether you're an avid minimalist or prefer your outfits to be on the bold side, we can all agree that monochrome attire always looks expensive. Case in point—Jessica's puffer jacket and barrel-leg jean duo.