Here Is How I Styled My White Jeans From Nordstrom

The item that I wear most during spring and summer has to be white jeans. They go with all the beautiful colors and prints, and I find them on repeat in my outfits. Today I wanted to show you how I styled white jeans from Nordstrom with a soft muted pink color.

I usually wear bright colors during spring and summer, but this muted pink color really grabbed my attention.

As soon as I saw this floral blouse, I knew it would look great with a pair of white jeans.

Tan, pink and white isn’t a color combination I would normally wear, so I liked stumbling across it with this blouse. I loved the look, and the smocking detail at the neckline and cuffs convinced me to give it a try. It looks feminine without having lots of ruffles. I’m wearing a medium, and it fits great.

I’ve heard so many ladies talking about Longchamp bags that I decided to order one for myself. I should have paid attention to the size instead of the color. This is a good medium sized bag, but I was wanting a larger one to use as a tote. The Longchamp bag is made of recycled-nylon canvas with an origami-inspired design that folds flat for compact storage. This is one of those bags you could carry for a long time.

A column of color is one of my favorite tricks I use to make me look taller and thinner. Your eye sees one long look, and adding a blazer or cardigan limits the amount of space your eye can see. If you can’t see my lumps and bumps, they must not exist. Haha!

The floral blouse above was dressy, so I changed into this Linen Blend Camp Shirt for a casual look. This is a great short sleeve shirt that you can wear all summer long, and it will look great with jeans or shorts. I’m wearing a medium which fits me perfectly.

You’ve probably been wondering about this plaid blazer. I hate that it has already sold out in all sizes, but I did find several that were similar for you.

How sweet are these NYDJ Coolmax® Slim Ankle Bootcut Jeans? They fit like a dream, and I love that they are crafted from moisture-wicking fabric. Plus, they have an exclusive lift-tuck technology to help flatten the tummy and lift the rear. These jeans do have stretch to them, so size down since they may stretch after wearing. I’m wearing my usual size 8, but I’m going to exchange them since they are already a little large on me.

Notice the small amount of fraying on the hem of the jeans? This is a modern detail that I like since it doesn’t have too much distressing. I’m wearing a pair of TOMS Espadrille Wedge Sandals that I bought last year. TOMS is a brand I love because the shoes fit me well, are comfortable and stylish, and they give back. The new espadrille wedge looks a tad bit different, so I linked to them, and here are a few other styles you might like.

I love shopping at Nordstrom because they offer a wide range of products from a variety of brands. And they carry high-end luxury and designer brands, as well as more affordable options. This makes it so easy for everyone to find something in their budget range.

Nordstrom is known for its excellent customer service, and they offer free shipping and free returns; it is super convenient. I love trying on clothing in the privacy of my home, but I hate paying for shipping and returns. That is one reason I love shopping at Nordstrom; trying new clothing styles never costs me anything. Nordstrom offers BOPUS (Buy Online Pick Up in Store) and contactless curbside pickup options.

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  1. First just want to tell you I first saw your post on Pinterest ( I think) anyway I loved that that your title was 50 is not old! Because it’s not old! I’m 52 and I still love dressing up and in style! I live in Alabama and it’s so hot and humid and muggy that it’s so hard to find jeans that’s not so thick and hot that I turn into a swamp ass after 10 minutes. I have a Nordstrom CC that I’ve never used so please tell me are these white jeans you are wearing thin- or cool? You mentioned that they are moisture wicking – are they really? I’m willing to order some if you think they may work here in the dirty south. And my favorite splurge purse is LV. My neverfull is my favorite. Timeless and last forever.

  2. Melissa Palmer says:

    I love that you paired a floral top with a plaid blazer. So many people are afraid to mix patterns. Looks very stylish!

  3. LOVE both outfits! I think I have to order that first blouse….gorgeous!

  4. Lynda Brown says:

    Please tell us about your dinner. Check out the 1984 movie Splash starring Tom Hanks and Daryl Hannah. What she does with lobster while dining in a fancy restaurant will crack you up.
    Love both outfits.My favorite is the white blouse and pants.
    Have fun, and careful with that lobster😂🦂

  5. You always look so great and I enjoy reading your posts. I also enjoy reading about your “Joe” stories. This is a bit of an unusual request but I am wondering if you (and Joe) could recommend a “man bag” for my 89 year old father-in-law. I have been looking for a while but have not yet found anything I feel he would be comfortable with. I do have him using one of my camera bags but it is a bit too small. I am looking for something on the masculine-looking side that could fit an Apple iPhone, keys, hearing aid and wallet and, of course, affordable. He normally has all of these items in all of his different pockets but does like the camera bag I have him use from time to time. I am trying to find something he would not feel is a “purse” (grin). Any recommendation would be appreciated. Thank you.

    1. Angie, I know exactly what type of bag you’re talking about. Most men prefer a messenger-style bag. If I can find one for you, I’ll put it in my email as one of the daily finds.

      1. Thank you so much Tania and I look forward to seeing the style of bag you are referring to.

  6. Donna Robinson says:

    Your outfits both look great. I am always so disappointed when you show something and then it’s sold out.

    1. That makes two of us. 😞

  7. I love how you paired different style ideas with white pants. Love the soft colours!

  8. Love today’s outfit on you. That blouse is so pretty. Not sure if my husband would even consider a nine course dinner, especially paying for it. lol. Hats off for Joe being willing to take that on. I look forward to you sharing your experience with it all.

  9. Love the look of white jeans.
    So classic.

  10. Kimberly Willis says:

    recently purchased your sister’s book Hope in the Holler about little Wavie. I look forward to reading it to my granddaughter

  11. Kimberly Willis says:

    Very helpful tips for ladies 50 and older. I have enjoyed your page for years and often shop for these styles

  12. Kimberly Willis says:

    I meant to say sense of fashion for ladies 50 and older. I have enjoyed your page for years and often shop for these styles

  13. Kimberly Willis says:

    love your sense of passion and recently picked up your sister’s book Hope in the Holler about little Wavie and I look forward to reading it to my granddaughter.

  14. Wish the blazer were not sold out–the pink and beige tones are perfect for early spring and great to add a touch of warmth to one’s skin tone. The other options you showed just can’t hold a candle to the pink one. I’m finding that all the great new blazers sell out quickly–especially in larger Misses sizes (I wear a 14 or a 16 because I have a wide back and shoulders from years of weight-training–and they’re the first ones to go out of stock!). The CoolMax jeans are great–but wish NYDJ would make these in pastels. . .I have more than enough white jeans for the spring and summer.

  15. I agree with your husband regarding your 9 course tonight. Usually the more you pay the less food and more “art” you get on the plates! Hope there’s a McDonalds close.

    1. Lol! That’s funny, Pamela! Our favorite restaurant is right next door, so we can walk over and grab something if it is a miss.

  16. Ginger Hiller says:

    Both outfits are so pretty and look great on you! Oh how I wish that blazers fit my personal style. I do like wearing ruanas and kimonos, so I can create a similar look with them. A 9 course meal – Holy Cow! I can’t wait to hear all about it!

  17. Love both ways you styled the outfits. I do love the print top with the blazer. Nordstrom is at the top of the list of my favorite stores to shop. May have to give those jeans a try and definitely want that print top.

  18. Beth Foley says:

    I love white jeans and capris with bright blouses! I have a pair of Old Navy white jeans with longer fraying that I have to trim occasionally. My biggest challenge with ankle length and capris is deciding what to wear on my feet.