Whoever said you can’t wear white after Labor Day must feel ridiculous these days. There’s something so chic about shades of creamy winter white when it’s cold out, whether you’re curled up in a cashmere sweater or stepping out for a party in perfectly tailored trousers. And going for a monochromatic winter white look is the definition of power dressing, even if it means you’re just in sweats on your sofa.
The Anine Bing Cecelia top is a perfect layering piece, which is key to the luxe-monochromatic look we’re going for. COS’s long-sleeve relaxed shirt is a great option, too! Up next: throw on a super comfy sweater. The bigger the better, I always say, like this Balthazar sweater from La Ligne, this cable-knit cardigan from Banana Republic, or this ribbed cashmere COS sweater. If you’re looking to keep things a little sleeker, try this puff-sleeve Kate Spade sweater with rhinestone bow detailing or this Banana Republic cashmere turtleneck.
A pair of vanilla-colored denim is so chic, whether it’s a cropped leg like this Raey pair (perfect for showing off boots) or a vintage-inspired pair like Everlane’s Cheeky jean. Banana Republic’s cargo pant is a refreshing, more casual silhouette. Speaking of casual, how about cotton sweatpants? And for a more elegant option, these Tory Burch crepe trousers are absolutely stunning.
It’s cold out there! Don’t forget to grab a creamy coat to face the winter chill – like this faux-fur & Other Stories coat with 70s vibes, or this cozy bouclé cocoon coat that also adds texture. I also especially love the collar on this faux shearling COS coat.
Slip into a pair of shoes to complete the head-to-toe look, like these funky tone-on-tone Vionic sneakers, these Tory Burch sneakers with more modern soles, or a classic tennis-inspired sneaker from Gola. Feeling fancy? These heeled ankle booties from NYDJ will step up your outfit.
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