The Best White Jeans Spring 2020
I’ve reviewed quite a few pairs of white jeans this spring, but they’re scattered throughout several of my Try-On Hauls, so I’m rounding up the best white jeans for spring 2020 here in one dedicated post.
The 7 Best White Jeans Spring 2020
These high-waist skinny crop jeans are my top pick for white crop skinny jeans this spring. They have a 26 1/2″ inseam with an 11″ front rise and an exposed-button fly.
They’re 90% cotton, 8% polyester, 2% elastane, so they have a good amount of stretch with great shape retention, and there is zero show-through.
In addition to all that, the fit is superb. They’re fitted, but not skin-tight, and the 26 1/2″ inseam is the perfect crop length on my 5’5″ frame (a couple inches above the ankle.) They run TTS; I have the 28.
The rear view checks out as well — the pocket placement is almost perfect, perhaps a little high, but they do settle in after wearing for a while.
These cropped, straight-cut jeans are made of a thick stretch denim (97% cotton/3% elastane) with one destroyed knee and a subtle distressing at the hem. You can find them at Shopbop, Nordstrom, and Revolve.
They also have an impressive no-show factor, but they’re more of a straight crop style, with a 25 1/4″ inseam, 9 1/2″ rise, and 12″ leg opening. They run small, which is typical for Levi’s; I have the 29.
The back view checks out too — the pockets are a nice size, a little far apart, but it’s not a deal breaker. They fit close to the body, and the length is perfect for a cropped fit.
#3. Everlane The High-Rise Skinny Jean in Bone
These jeans are more off-white, but they’re a solid choice for an under-$100 pair of white skinny jeans. They come in ankle (26.5″ inseam), regular (28.5″ inseam), and tall (30.5″ inseam), and I ordered the ankle length for more of a cropped fit.
The fabric on these is very thick, but it does have some give to it, and they aren’t see-through at all. The premium 11 oz Japanese denim is 98% cotton, 2% elastane.
These rear pockets are higher than I like, but they’re placed well otherwise, and they’re a good medium size. I also like how the jeans fit my legs — not as snug as some of my other skinnies.
The rise is 11″, which is quite high for me, so I’ll usually wear these with a top that I can leave untucked, but here’s a picture with a front-tuck to give you an idea of how the rise looks.
These are a nice, classic style with no distressing at all, so you can easily dress them up or down. I like the 11″ leg opening — it’s slightly wider than most skinnies, so it helps offset my wider hips.
These jeans have a straight crop fit with raw-edge hem, and the fabric is a thinner, stretchy material — 94% Cotton, 5% Polyester, 1% Spandex. They have a 9″ rise with a 27″ inseam and a 12″ leg opening, and you can get them for 40% off at 7 For All Mankind. (They’re also at Shopbop and Zappo’s.)
I just got these, so I haven’t played around with them much, but I might cut off an inch to bring them up to more of a crop style.
The pocket placement is pretty good, although the pockets are on the larger side and they don’t seem to quite match. That could just be this particular pair, though.
The 27″ inseam is right between ankle and cropped on me, which makes it a little awkward. I will have to try them with different shoes, though, to be sure. If you’re taller than my 5’5″, you might really like these for a crop straight style.
These jeans are the most affordable of the lot, and they’re currently 50% off with code SUNNY! They’re on the thinner side, but it’s not a deal breaker.
They have slimming front pockets that hold you in and a skinny crop fit with a 10 1/4″ rise and 26 1/2″ inseam. The material is 98% cotton, 2% spandex, so they have just enough stretch to keep them comfortable.
I like the chewed hems for a modern, carefree vibe, but you could always cut them off for a clean raw hem if you prefer.
If you’re looking for a classic white ankle-length skinny jean, these are very similar to the crop pair with the exposed-button fly in #1, but they have a 28″ inseam with an 10″ front rise and a zip fly.
They’re the same fabulous no show-through 90% cotton, 8% polyester, 2% elastane fabric that holds up beautifully to washing and wearing. (I always hang my jeans to dry.)
These jeans are the perfect ankle length on my 5’5″ frame, and they run TTS; these pictures are from last year when I was wearing a size 29.
I’ve worn these jeans a ton over the past year, and they’ve held up great. Again, I have a lot of outfits to choose from, but here’s one more of my favorites — with a taupe cashmere sweater and snake print pumps for church on a mild winter day.
These jeans are a crop flare, and the fabric is thin and very stretchy — 50% cotton/41% lyocell/7% polyester/2% polyurethane.
I’m not really a fan of this silhouette on me personally, but since it’s trending, I wanted to include a pair in this roundup, and these are the best I’ve found. They’re currently 30% off at Saks.
These jeans have a 10″ rise with a 26.5″ inseam and a 15″ leg opening, they fit true to size; I’m in the 28. The fabric is a little on the thin side, which I’ve found tends to be the case with AG white denim, but it’s very comfortable, and the fit is good.
The rear view is pretty good too — at least in the derriere. The pockets are a nice size and centered perfectly. I just wish they had a more subtle flare, but some of you may like that.
Also, the raw hem makes them super easy to alter at home if you want them a little shorter. (See how I cut my jeans, if you’re wondering what I mean!)
If you’re looking for a comfortable white crop flare and don’t mind if they’re on the thin side, these are a solid option. I styled them here with a black linen henley and white slides (similar here).
I hope this post was helpful! If you have a great pair of white skinny jeans, let us know about them in the comments.
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