Do This Don't: Wear White After Labor Day
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Whoever's responsible for that age-old style rule that states one should never wear white after Labor Day should be ashamed of themselves. For the record, we think white should be worn all year-round. It's clean and crisp, and it's the one neutral hue that makes your entire outfit pop, simply because it's unexpected. (Between the months of September and April, that is.)
Here, four white staples you should add to your autumn and winter wardrobe, STAT.
JEANS: Skinny denim looks good, but skinny white denim looks great, especially when you've got the figure for it, like the lovely Karolina Kurkova. She wore her ankle-grazing pair with a brown sleeveless tank and flat taupe sandals.
BLAZER: Want to stand out? Toss your go-to black blazer to the side and pick up a milky alternative. Olivia Palermo sported hers over a yellow t-shirt, a brown tribal print maxi skirt, and a pair of cognac-color cage sandals.
BLOUSE: As far as tops go, the silky white blouse is as classic and versatile as it gets. Take a styling cue from Robin Tunney; she paired a gorgeous ivory top with chic city shorts and strappy sandals.
SHOES: Minimalist ankle-strap sandals in a shade like snow looks stunning against all complexions, and they're quite tasteful to boot. Take Kelly Rowland for example; she looked elegant and exquisite in a silk crimson-color gown paired with lily-white heels.