Winter White

Who says you have to put that white away after Labor Day is long gone? It must have been a southern lady (not woman, but lady because we are ALL ladies) that coined the term “winter white” to justify wearing her whites when the summer sun is a distant memory. Don’t go getting excited and run out the door in a white linen skirt or sandals when the snow starts falling. After all, there are SOME rules to wearing white in the wintertime. Pay attention to the fabric; linen is a no-go, but wool, silk, satin and most cottons are perfectly acceptable. Be a rule breaker and try one of these winter white trends, because rules are meant to be broken.

There is no better way to sport white than some gorgeous white wool outerwear like this coat from J.Crew:


Add some striking contrast with some black patterned tights and a black boot:


Not Rated Boystown Boot in Black

Or try a pair of white wool pants like this pair from Ann Taylor with a chunky sweater and an animal print heel:



Jessica Simpson Snakeskin Jessica Heel

Pick up a white sweater from GAP, throw on your favorite pair of jeans (or jeggings if you dare) and a pair of suede boots for a sexy laid-back winter white look:



Restricted Siren Boot in Taupe Suede

Michelle has a passion for fashion and all things glamorous and at only 5'1", you'll be hard pressed to find her in anything but heels! By day, Michelle serves the public as an urban designer, but in her spare time you can catch her blogging, shopping, or running the beautiful streets of the Queen City.


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