There are some rules for fashion that should never be broken, but white after Labor Day is not one of them. Actually, white and shades of nude are a big trend we are seeing for Fall and Winter. And while I personally love either look, it can be tricky to pull off.
If you’re ready to test out this trend, here are a few things to remember. When wearing white, try ivory or cream rather than bright white. It can definitely be more flattering with your skin tone and still looks very chic. A tip that my mom told me, is to remember that white has the opposite effect of black. While black is slimming, white tends to not be so generous…ha!
If the all white look isn’t for you, I suggest starting with a combo similar to this. This Funnel Neck Sweater by Topshop is the perfect shade of nude. I love the texture and it’s a great pice to have for layering or to wear alone. It almost gives the vibe of a chunky sweater, without the extra bulk. This sweater also comes in cream, so you could switch this look around and keep cream on the top and pair with some tan plants similar to these. Picking a nude or tan that is a little darker than your skin, is always recommended.
I kept this outfit very neutral by pairing it with these white pants (similar here). Typically, when I wear white pants, I always like to throw on a nude heel or flat. These nude pumps by Steve Madden are my go to and I wear them with so many things. If heels aren’t for you, try a pair of these pointy toe flats or these scalloped flats.
Here’s to breaking the rules! xx
OUTFIT DETAILS: Topshop Funnel Neck Sweater ( FIT: I am wearing a size 6 (US 2-4), color: Stone) | White Pants are old from Ann Taylor (similar and similar) | YSL Small Sac De Jour | Gentle Monster Sunglasses | Steve Madden Nude Pumps ( FIT: tts) | Capewell + Co Lunar Embrace Cuff c/o | Sugar Lip Tint in the color Fig | Baublebar Arrowhead Necklace | Michael Kors Boyfriend Watch
images by: mary summers