Inspiring Ways To Wear White This Winter
Flip the traditional all-black ensemble on its head and try these ideas instead.
As is a running theme with all-white ensembles, the strength of this Antonio Berardi S/S 14 look lies in its minimalism. The croc-stamped bust adds some textural interest to the jumpsuit, but the sleek Louboutin Clutch and Jennifer Fisher Choker are the only accessories needed to make this a statement look.
At a Chloe dinner in Los Angeles, Richie sported a downtown take on the trend with skinny white jeans, pointed Manolo Blahnik Taylor Pumps and a Cropped Crepe and Twill Blazer from Chloe’s F/W 2013 collection. She adds edge with smokey eye makeup, a deep side part and a black Kaleidoscope Fingerpick pendant from her jewellery line House of Harlow.
Alba looked stunning in Wes Gordon’s Resort 2014 Ivory Long Sleeve Box Pleat Mini at our 50 Style Stars event last month. The outfit is winter-appropriate, thanks to its long sleeves and high neckline, and the fact that Alba paired it with a wine lip and metallic tipped Jerome C. Rousseau Flicker Pumps.
Olsen adeptly combines the metallic and white trends for fall, as seen at the screening of Oldboy in New York wearing a head to toe look from Altuzarra’s S/S 14 collection. Take a page from her book and try pairing the contrasting fabrics for an unexpected evening outfit.
Instead of wearing all black, Charriere of Camille Over The Rainbow punctuated her model-off-duty separates with a gorgeous white leather jacket from Zara Studio.
The oversized ice-grey knit pairs beautifully with white, but it’s the oversized silhouette that makes this outfit work so well. Note how the eye is drawn to her torso rather than the tapered white pants that could easily add weight to her tiny frame if paired with a skinnier top.
The Harper’s Bazaar Senior Fashion Market Editor grounds her white Gap jeans and J. Crew blouse with a cream Elizabeth and James biker jacket and hefty black shoes. Note how she ties it all together with a cream and black Alexander Wang Pelican Satchel.