The Do’s and Don’ts of Styling Winter White
A winter white look is one of those classic combinations that I've always been drawn to. I've mentioned plenty of times that I am a white all-year-round kind of girl, but there's something about a crisp, polished white look in the winter that I can't stop indulging in.
In my opinion, there is a right way and a wrong way to do winter white, and in this case, there can be too much of a good thing! Keep reading to see my tips for styling winter white this season.
DO add dimension if you're going for an all-white look, with different shades of white and cream.
DON'T over-accessorize. When it comes to white, less is always more. I paired my look with this beret, a light grey scarf (similar) and cat eye sunnies with a little added texture.
DO pair winter white with denim. It's such a classic combination that styles beautifully in the winter. One of my favorite looks is a camel cashmere sweater with an ivory coat, medium wash denim and a pair of nude pointed toe suede booties.
DON'T be afraid to add a small pop of color to spice things up. I love doing this with a bag or a hat. I tend to pair white with greens, peaches and reds.
DO try all white from head to toe. I love a sweater with a pair of wide legs or denim and a neutral shoe.
DON'T ever do white tights. Just don't.
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