Sharing another look from Big Sky, Montana! A few months may have passed since Labor Day, but I’m still wearing white and let me tell you why. White is fresh, it’s crisp, it’s classic. White symbolizes elegance, sophistication, and luxury. Why let an archaic rule decide when and how the color is worn? It’s time to update our style doctrines; white is no longer reserved solely for the summer season and brides on their wedding day. Anyways, rules are meant to be broken, right?! So my tips on wearing white all year round… how to wear this once fashion faux pas… The key is to select one white item and make it the showstopper of your look. Simply pair a white jacket, with coordinating black pieces. The next time you find yourself in your favorite black pant or denim, throw on a white jacket for a unique look. Add a leather ankle boot and you’ve just made white seasonally appropriate. That’s the thing, white is edgy when worn in the fall and winter seasons. That’s what makes it so appealing. One trick to mastering white after Labor Day is to make sure you are picking winter fabrics and textures. So avoid linen and opt for wool or knits. Another tactic is to go for a creamier white rather than an ultra-bright white. Finally, think about your accessories and accent your white look with a bold lip, a sleek ponytail, or playful top knot. Soon you’ll find white to be a year round staple in your wardrobe.
Boots c/o bluefly. Jacket c/o Tommy Bahama.