How to Master the All White Everything Look

In my fashion book, the infamous No White After Labor Day rule does not exist. Not only is etiquette dated and out of style, but it’s also too cumbersome and restricting to follow to a T. What are we New York City gals supposed to wear? Black on black on black under the harsh rays and unforgiving summer sun? No thank you.
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[title subtitle=”I’m doin’ all white everything”]I’m ’bout to kill ’em this summer[/title] In my fashion book, the infamous No White After Labor Day rule does not exist. Not only is the etiquette dated and out of style, but it is also too cumbersome and restricting to follow to a T. What are we New York City gals supposed to wear? Black on black under the unforgiving scorching hot summer sun? No thank you.

I truly believe a girl can do no wrong when decked head to toe in white, especially during the warmer months. White is, by far, the chicest if not most flattering color when styled correctly. This past weekend, for example, I aced the look in a sheer white leotard, a white bralette, and white high-waisted jeans. Not to give myself a well-deserved pat on the back, but I think I looked rather effortlessly polished.

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Ta-Da!

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You can, of course, modify my look by swapping out my white pants for shorts, and leotard for flowy blouses. A white jumpsuit or little white dress will also do no wrong.

Anyway, here are some of my favorite all-white looks.

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Feature image via Peace Love World

2 comments
  1. Hi Brittany. I really enjoyed the article. I, too, Am not a big fan of some of the rules in the fashion world. Your sugGestions were conveyed welL. I enjoyed how you made it personal….

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