Winter Whites

 

Let go of that old “you can’t wear white after Labor Day” style—because winter is all about incorporating rich textures in crèmes, whites and beiges into your cold weather wardrobe. Dressing for climate is always a must, and we feel that the white palette should be celebrated this time of year—think champagne, white tulle, fuzzy sweaters and twinkly Christmas lights to get your imagination going in the ways of what is Winter White!

Here are our top 3 tips on how to freshen up your winter blues and make a stand with winter white;

1)   Go for the bold all white look, and then accessorize in gem-toned colors- just in time for the holiday season. White pairs lovely with bright blues, crimson reds and emerald greens; so try adding some statement earrings, scarves or shoes in these gem tones to achieve this look.

2)   Testing the waters of the white trend? Try your whites with shades of grey layered in—grey is a bit more neutral than black and can make a statement when paired with tonal beiges, crèmes and whites; and is can also make more of a trendy statement! Don’t forget to add heels to this look to elongate your legs!

3)   Mix shades of whites and crèmes in different textures and weights. For example; think heavier denim with a soft cashmere overlay or cardigan with a sheer cami underneath. Add some delicate gold layering necklace to complete this look!

Beauty Tip: Spice up your winter white look with a swipe of berry colored lip color and a light brush of bronzer to really liven up your winter-white ensemble.

 

 

Stephanie Zillmer