White on white: the latest trend everyone’s loving
I remember seeing white jeans coming into style a few months ago. I’ll admit I was hesitant, because I spill things for a living but I thought what the heck. I absolutely love how these jeans look in an outfit so why not, right? I loved it even more when I saw fashion guru’s pairing white-on- white in their day to day looks. (My fellow black-on-black lovers, I’m still here supporting that trend but a girl has gotta switch it up). Monochrome anything has been majorly in style lately and while I don’t wear a lot of bight colors myself, I was so excited when I started to see monochrome make its way into the neutral game. I like to keep it simple, casual and comfortable whenever I am styling my looks and the monochrome neutral palette makes that so simple!
Summer Time Chic
Whenever I see white denim and a white top in a styled look, my first thought is always “wow that looks so clean and put together!”. Pair it with some gold jewelry and you’ve got a whole outfit that looks totally effortless and chic. When I wear it I feel incredibly panicked that I’ll spill on it but hey – that’s what bleach is for! True to my nature of loving neutral tones, I’ve been buying a ton more tan and white clothes lately and something else I’ve been loving is how all of it looks so great together. Don’t get me wrong I’m a sucker for pastels but there is something so timeless about white!
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Wearing and Styling Your Neutrals
You can do almost anything when you have a few pieces in similar shades. When you stick to a neutral palate, a tan colored shirt and white jeans or vice versa – it all looks good and it all looks totally put together without making a ton of effort. Which, I think resonates with almost anyone reading this. (Lazy girls who still love fashion unite!). I don’t know about you guys, but I feel so good when my outfit makes me feel confident. Clothing has been a way for me to express myself for as long as I can remember. Wearing all white or all beige or even a mix of both makes me feel very trendy, cool, (lighter in weight, somehow?) and classic. I love how much an outfit transforms a persons confidence and this trend is no different.
A simple way to add dimension to any monochrome outfit if you’re feeling like its a little “plain” is with different textures and patterns or with jewelry, a bag or shoes! For example my tank to in this post is ribbed which adds a ton of dimension even if it’s in a minor way. You don’t need much to amp up an outfit. Less is more, and little details really do make all the difference!
What do you think about the all white trend? Let me know in the comments below!