Every now and then, there is a fashion law or two that can be bent or broken. For example, wearing brown and black together was once a huge no-no, but it is now widely accepted. However, with every rule adjustment, it is all about how you put the look together. So, let me share with you the latest fashion law to be amended:
Okay, so I am sure you know about the rule that has been on the books about wearing white after labor day. In America, this is the golden law that if broken, could land you in trouble with the "fashion police". Boy, do I miss that show! R.I.P Joan Rivers.
Now, back to the business at hand! I am telling you that it is a fact that wearing white after summer is a fashion "do". I know, I know, I always stress the importance of sticking to the classics and steering clear of trends. However, there are always exceptions and at some point what was once a trend, can become a classic.
Now that you can break this fashion law, there are a few ways to do it. You don’t have to go bold with a shade of white as bright as a nurses uniform. There are a few shades you can play with to pull off the look. The best and easiest shade to find in spite of the changing seasons is, winter white. This hue is a cross between off-white and ivory.
Let’s look at some potential ensembles for Winter White:
You can do a mix and match with a neutral colour like navy or black.
Or, you can stick with a monochrome look.
Another option, is to work it with earth tones.
On the other hand, let's not forget that just about everything looks great with denim!
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