How to wear white in winter: winter whites

Wearing white in winter is no longer considered a fashion faux pas as it keeps your look bright and svelte. White pieces were all over the autumn/winter runways and we have also spotted a few celebrities rocking winter whites.

Here are a few tips on how to incorporate whites into your winter wardrobe.

Add contrast with your whites by wearing them with a pop of colour, pattern or black for a monochrome look. Layer your whites with other pieces from your wardrobe or be bold and wear white on white for a statement look.

How to wear winter whites

Naomi Campbell paired her snow white tailored skirt suit with black ankle heels at the launch of the Face for a head turning look.

Pair a white top with a black skirt for a monochrome look. Pair a white blazer with a bold coloured dress for a casual outfit. For a day look why not pair a white jumper with cropped pants and leopard print smoking slippers for a stylish day look. Pair a black dress with a white biker jacket & killer heels for a chic biker look. For an office look pair a white pencil skirt with a bold coloured blouse, court heels and a tailored jacket. Go bold by wearing white jeans with a white jumper & ankle boots for a statement day look. Pair a white jumpsuit with red heels for an office party look.

Kate Mara looked stunning in a Viktor & Rolf white frill hem detailed dress from their Resort 2014 collection. The actress teamed up her dress with Charlotte Olympia heels and a studded envelope clutch.

Ashley Roberts looks chic in Alexander Wang crop effect leather shorts with a tailored white shirt, necklace, black smart blazer, leopard print clutch and strappy heels as she attended the Co-Operative Be Inspired Gala Dinner in central London.

Kimberley Garner wore a white skinny jeans with a white vest, statement necklace, black ankle boots and a burnt orange leather biker jacket for a sassy winter white look.

 Let us know in the comment section below if you’ll be wearing white this winter

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