How to Wear Winter White, Right



1. Don't be afraid of monochrome
You can wear all-white-everything in a few different ways. A white cardigan looks tailored over a matching pencil skirt. Pair with pumps and pretty baubles. For an edgier aesthetic, a chunky knit turtleneck can be layered over chic snow-colored trousers, or add a fierce fur vest over a pair of white skinnies, atop a white oxford tucked into your pants. A cream coat can be thrown on the top of pretty much any all-white ensemble.

2. Layer up
When you're dressing in head-to-toe white, create smart style with layers. The rule of thumb for the most loveliest of layering is to play with proportions. Add different dimensions through baggy pieces paired with slimmer silhouettes, and so on.

3. Make it luxe
White is a romantic and feminine hue to do, so play that aesthetic up with feminine accessories and luxurious details. Try metallics, sequins, and pastels.

4. Utilize cold-weather classics
White looks great in all the best winter fabrics, like fur, wool, and knits. Mix and match these materials.