November 14th, 2011

White is right cont.

Courtesy of Paris Vogue

A few weeks ago I did a post on white as the (non) color du jour and concluded that white jeans are great but I don’t wear them in the winter. After seeing these pictures in the November issue of Paris Vogue I may change my mind. Paired with a fisherman knit sweater and shearling jacket, this is a very chic look.

 

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  • I think that it is appropriate to wear white jeans or sweater in winter or autumn, especially, when everyoneis wearing dark colors, it really elevates the mood when you are in something white.

    AnnaNovember 14th, 2011  5:15 AM

     
  • I’m surprised that so many of us are still tethered by fashion rules unlike the effortlessly chic European women we constantly look to for inspiration. I say, create your own rules & you will inspire others to do the same.

    AmosNovember 14th, 2011  11:04 AM

     
  • I love white jeans in winter. Clean and simple with a black top / sweater and boots, or sass-ed up with some fun colors. Sometimes I think I wear my white jeans more in the fall / winter months than in summer…

    JillNovember 14th, 2011  2:18 PM

     
  • I love white jeans and I do wear them in winter – usually with a black sweater. My advice? Wear them all year round, except when it’s raining, the hems get dirty super-quick.

    That's Not My AgeNovember 15th, 2011  5:21 AM

     

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