Monday, 9 July 2018

Winter White

As a stylist, I look forward to every new season to explore new trends to see if I love any enough to add to my style repertoire. This season I am loving the idea of winter white and was initially inspired by my friend and local stylist Tracey Davis, who featured an all white look for the latest Canberra Outlet style campaign and also by my recent purchase of a white blazer from Witchery.

I am the biggest offender when it comes to wearing black and naturally gravitate towards darker colours, however I am discovering there is something quite glamorous about wearing white on a grey and gloomy day. 

Normally I would choose to wear white to break up a black outfit, or to dress up a pair of jeans but with a little experimenting and a little extra thought, white can bring a crisp elegance to your look and elevate your style.

For winter pick heavier fabrics like this woolen pleated skirt by Dion Lee. As soon as I saw it, I knew it needed a warm and cosy knit to give it a nice contrasting texture. 



This off-the shoulder knit in navy (also by Dion Lee) was the perfect match as the exposed shoulders and neckline adds to the elegance of the skirt and takes the look from day to night. 




This look would be perfect for an event and could easily be teamed up with an oversized coat for warmth. 




Sarafina's look is also perfect for an event and I love how she has chosen to team up her winter white this amazing muted toned skirt by Portmans. This burnt yellow the perfect complement against the white and creates an overall elegance/

Sarafina's choice of mettalic boots and matching clutch are not only on trend but have elevated her look from day to night.



How will you wear your winter white?



Words by Sofia Polak @sofiapolakstyle

Photography by @wearefoundau

This post a collaboration with Canberra Outlet. If you would like to collaborate with us contact stylists@thefashionvault.com.au 

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