Spring Outfit Inspiration: Coral Tee + White Cropped Skinnies

Welcome back to 27 Days of Spring Fashion! Cyndi Spivey and I are teaming up to bring you 54 outfits for your spring wardrobe inspiration, and today is Day 6.

This spring outfit features some of the current trends, but it’s also something you can easily recreate at any price point. The outfit formula is simple: white cropped skinny jeans, pastel t-shirt, jean jacket, and nude flats.

Spring Outfit Inspiration: Coral Tee + White Cropped Skinnies w/ Denim Jacket & Nude Flats

Outfit Details:
similar jean jacket $74 (budget option $24)
LOFT Vintage Broken In Tee (Pink Zinnia) $24
J Brand Low Rise Crop Jeans (Demented White Distressed) $178 (budget option $49)
Felicia Flats (Classic Nude Leather) $99 (budget option $18)
my Stella & Dot Alila Lace Chandeliers $44 and Renegade Bracelet $59
Twist Lock Shoulder Bag $20
Dalton Long Initial Pendant $76
similar leopard belt $34

I searched high and low to find these white jeans. I wanted something that incorporates the current trends — cropped, super skinny, distressed, released hem.

J Brand Low Rise Crop Jeans (Demented White Distressed)

These have all of these features, plus the fit is fantastic. They feel like pajamas, but they’re thick enough that you can’t see through them. These are definitely going to be on repeat all spring and summer. For size reference, I sized up in these to a 30.

That said, I know they’re not everyone’s cup of tea. I get asked a lot if you can wear jeans with rips when you’re over 40. I say yes, as long as they’re not indecent. I think these types of questions have much more to do with your attitude and personal style aesthetic than age.

Of course, feel free to try this look with plain white skinnies. Ankle length, cropped, full length are all fine. It depends on what you like and what looks best on you. Just make sure you find white jeans that are thick enough that you can’t see through them, and always wear flesh-colored underwear under white pants. If you have darker skin, match your underwear to your skin color.

Spring Outfit Inspiration: Coral T + White Skinnies w/ Denim Jacket & Nude Flats

I picked up the coral t-shirt when LOFT was running a sale a few weeks back. It’s the Pink Zinnia, and I absolutely adore this color. It plays beautifully off denim, white, and black. Pink and orange are super on trend this summer, but I’m always drawn to these shades at this time of year. I front-tucked my shirt to give more definition to my waistline. If you’re unsure how to do this, see my post: How to Front Tuck Your Shirt. Also, I’m wearing a medium.

Spring Outfit Inspiration: Coral and Denim

I threw on my jean jacket for added interest and because it was a chilly morning. I love white jeans with a blue jean jacket. It’s so crisp and just screams spring!

Spring Outfit Inspiration: Coral Tee + White Cropped Skinnies w/ Denim Jacket & Nude Flats

Yikes, bright sun! And can you tell it was windy? My hair is all over the place.

Spring Outfit Inspiration: Coral Tee + White Cropped Skinnies w/ Denim Jacket & Nude Flats

I threw on a leopard belt and nude flats. If it were warmer, I’d wear nude sandals.

J Brand Low Rise Crop Jeans (Demented White Distressed)

I accessorized with gold and carried a white bag.

Spring Outfit Inspiration: Coral Tee + White Cropped Skinnies w/ Denim Jacket & Nude Flats

Spring Outfit Inspiration: Coral Tee + White Cropped Skinnies w/ Denim Jacket & Nude Flats

Spring Outfit Inspiration: Coral Tee + White Cropped Skinnies w/ Denim Jacket & Nude Flats

Spring Outfit Inspiration: Coral Tee + White Cropped Skinnies w/ Denim Jacket & Nude Flats

Now head on over to Cyndi’s and see what she’s styling today!

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