My weakness for wearing white only increases as the days grow colder. Maybe the crisp brilliance of white sweaters reminds me of snow and cozying up by a fire with hot cocoa and a book. See this white outfit below along with a few tips on how to pull off white in the winter!
I’m noticing that more and more of my outfits involve a camisole layered with a cozy cardigan paired with skinny jeans and comfy shoes. Make the combination white and I’m in heaven. A silk camisole and soft denim pant from Lilly Pulitzer serve as a solid base for this outfit. I found the cardigan wrap at TJ Maxx last week and it is truly one of the softest articles of clothing I’ve owned. The fringe-detail booties create a contrasting anchor for the outfit to land.
Wearing all white during the colder months can be a bit daunting, but below are three simple tips to keep in mind while you create your masterpiece of an outfit.
Throwing on a white sweater and white pants is fine and all, but use layers to really make an outfit unique. Re-purpose that white tank top you wore on summer vacation by wearing it under a cardigan or jacket. Layer a sweater under a sleeveless coat. The possibilities are countless.
A basic white outfit is a blank canvas for creativity. To make the outfit stand out, add a few contrasting colors with your accessories. I kept it simple in this outfit with brown neutral fringed booties, a brown handbag, and a brown watch. You don’t have to be that neutral. Spring for black pumps and a pink scarf or blinged-out necklace. Or even make your bag the centerpiece of the outfit. Use the neutrality of your white outfit to be a springboard for
Combining different fabric textures in one outfit is an easy way to elevate a look. Whether it’s a satin camisole, cable-knit sweater, ribbed long-sleeve tee, wool coat, fleece cardigan, or pebbled leather bag, mixing textures creates dimension that draws the eye into the outfit.