3 Ways to Keep Wearing Your White Jeans This Fall

apip-blog-white-denim-v1postYes, you CAN wear white after Labor Day and should! For moms-to-be, a great way to incorporate this bright and fresh hue is with white denim, a do year round. Serving as a neutral base, this staple works well throughout the seasons and can easily be worked in to your fall outfits, no matter the occasion. Read along for three ways expecting moms can keep wearing white maternity jeans this season.

DO THE PUMPKIN PATCH: A fall favorite, flannel is a flawless addition to your white denim. With casual sneakers or flats, plaid and white jeans is a perfect outfit fit for an autumn outing and is a comfortable choice for your growing bump.

DO BRUNCH DOWNTOWN: Heading out with friends or the family for brunch? Throw on a neutral and cozy sweater or the seasonal favorite, a poncho. Accessorize with chunky boots and swipe on bold lipstick for a perfect ladies-who-lunch look.

DO DATE NIGHT: Finally, for a night out on the town, show a bit of skin with an off-the-shoulder top. This drapey top paired with a white jean is sure to get your bump noticed and evokes a flirty flair. Just add feminine accessories with a heel and statement earrings and you’re set for a romantic night.

Shop these outfits below and all of our white maternity jeans here. What’s your favorite way to style white denim? Show us with the hashtag #40weeksofchic.

Jeans: Ag Jeans Secret Fit Belly Ankle Skinny Legging Maternity Jean Pumpkin Patch: Convertible Sleeve Maternity Shirt Brunch: Elbow Sleeve Poncho Maternity Sweater Date Night: Long Sleeve Cowl Neck Maternity Top

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