Sunday, January 24, 2016

White On White Outfits

All of the snow lying around on outside has me thinking about white on white winter outfits. It is almost humorous to think that up until about four or five years ago wearing white after Labor Day was such a big faux pas. I for one am glad the no white after Labor Day rule has been thrown out the window.

White can at times still look a little too summery, but as long as you remember to incorporate a few winter accessories and textures it is a completely fabulous look! Who could ever deny that white jeans with a chunky white/cream color sweater looks anything less than fabulous. Below are a few winter white outfit inspirations.
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14 comments:

  1. Very trendy. Would love it if you could check out my new winter ASOS lookbook!
    Kisses xo | From Aliona With Love 

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    1. I will be sure to stop by your blog a little later on :)

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  2. Very nice collection of photos! Great post!

    LEACH | www.theleachlife.com

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  3. Amazing inspiration!

    Wishing You A Wonderful New Week!
    xoxo Suzy ( ˘ ³˘)♥
    THE KAWAII PLANET

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    1. Hope you have a great start to the week!

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  4. White on white is a surprising winter outfit color combo!
    Kari
    www.sweetteasweetie.com

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    1. It is, but it is such a fabulous one!

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  5. I love the first pic!
    xx Elle

    Check out my blog:
    www.cherryblossomstreet.com - Model and Travel & Lifestyle blogger i Tokyo!

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  6. Great post! Many people think they can't wear white in winter but your post shows perfectly how to do so! :) I love it!
    Xo Leni
    http://www.theblondejourney.com/

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  7. i love white on white. it's beautiful and glamorous. but you should always stick to high quality patterns and fabrics. if not it can easily look cheap. nice inspiration!

    x
    dahi

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    1. I agree sticking to high quality products definitely plays a part in eliminating something looking cheap

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