Niyc Pidgeon in MIA & MOSS

When the days get warmer, the flowers start to bloom, the festival circuit picks back up and the beach parties resume, it’s time for all the colorful pieces to emerge from closets everywhere. We’d usually say the classic black skinny jean is the style to choose to make those colors pop, but hey, it’s summertime, which means lighter colors are the best option to stay cool. White can make colors pop just like black can! Even though white jeans are still feared by many, they are really an essential piece and I’ve been seeing them more and more since last year’s spring and summer seasons! Here is positive psychologist Niyc Pidgeon in MIA & MOSS, wearing one of their super cute white denim options! This brand is one of my favorites of all I’ve reviewed with Denimology so far, with super soft fabrics and great fits that are just as good as premium denim at a little lower than a premium price tag. Niyc wears hers with a pretty orange blouse and heels, which look so vibrant against the white!

As stated, MIA & MOSS offers several skinny white denim options. There’s the Hyde High Rise, the Pickford Skinny Trouser, the Sabine Skinny, and a distructed version of the white Sabine Skinny here!

If you aren’t sure about fits, check out my reviews of the Sabine Skinny here and here, and the Hyde High Rise here.

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I’ve been quite the denim fanatic for several years now, and am happy to apply this passion to something that I can share with others. I am also a graphic designer/web developer and have done design work for two of the biggest designer boutiques in town, which is partly to blame for the 100 plus pairs of jeans I now own in my collection! It always fascinates me how much can be done with the denim fabric alone, and the constant innovations will always keep me hooked.


  1. It is an interesting pose. I have not seen any of that denim in stores so I do not know how it stacks up against other brands.

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