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Winter White DJ Finally Available!

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@Trudey   Winter White is finally available in the dream jeans straight leg pants.   In the video, the host holds it up next to the white and it's definitely a little more vanilla colored (not a lot though - but you can tell when they are side-by-side).

 

Here is the link to the regular length. I'm think I'm going to buy the short length which is the one for me, although I don't know how much I'll even wear winter white at this time of year.  I may wait til later to purchase it. 

 

https://www.qvc.com/Quacker-Factory-DreamJeannes-Pull-on-Regular-Straight-Leg-Pants.product.A227963....

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Re: Winter White DJ Finally Available!

Sometmes I wonder what Winter White really is.  In my mind White is White for pants minus crops, searsucker, etc.

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Re: Winter White DJ Finally Available!


@Tobes wrote:

Sometmes I wonder what Winter White really is.  In my mind White is White for pants minus crops, searsucker, etc.


@Tobes  Winter white is an off-white, not an optic white.  It has some cream color to it, a very, very light "natural" color.  The QF pants looked white to me in the video until the host put them next to optic white.

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Re: Winter White DJ Finally Available!

Hi Pearly.....Think about it.  Does this mean that a pair of cream linen pants cannot be worn in the summer?   For me, whether optic or cream I wear white in summer and in winter. Today fashion rules seem to me to be open...the choice is in the wearer

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@Tobes wrote:

Hi Pearly.....Think about it.  Does this mean that a pair of cream linen pants cannot be worn in the summer?   For me, whether optic or cream I wear white in summer and in winter. Today fashion rules seem to me to be open...the choice is in the wearer


@Tobes  No I don't think so.  I've never seen that interpretation of "cream" or "off-white" pants ever before, nor would I heed it.