IN THE TRENCHES

It may seem taboo to some to wear white after Labor Day, but to me it's natural.  Really, how fair is it to white to hide it in your closet for six months? It's not fair at all! If you're still apprehensive there are ways to help you make your whites Fall forward with you, it's all about color play. 

White on White: In spring and summer, it was all about pairing your brightest whites together and creating a fresh look. Fall and winter is a little different, instead of two bright whites together you layer on off white, cream, or ecru like I did.  Doing this creates, a tonal look, still easy on the eye as the colors compliment each other it just isn't as stark as your bright white monochromatic look you had in the front half of the year. 

Color: In the warmer months of the year, white can be easily amplified with yellow, royal blue, red, or green. Now that we are close to fall, neutrals like grey, olive, and black help to tone down the brightness of the white; this also helps allude and give the feeling that it's cooler outside. Rich jewel tones like burgundy and purple are also a great to pair with white to make for an easy transition from summer to fall.