Our theme this month is winter white. All white for winter can be harder to pull off than its summer counterpart—but when done correctly, looks seriously chic.
Wearing white in winter successfully requires heavier weighted fabrics (think knits, wool, cashmere), shades of the same hue (eggshell, cream, stark white), and seasonally appropriate structure (no flimsy tank tops). You want to create visual depth and dimension with layers and texture to avoid looking flat. For those who aren’t totally committed to wearing white all winter, anchor your look with a pop of colour (or different fabric, like denim) and incorporate the snowy trend slowly.
It sounds like a lot of work, but we think it’s worth the sartorial effort. After all, winter white definitely makes a statement.
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