White! Right? – 3 Ways To Wear White In Summer
Imagine those white, lace edwardian summer dresses, afternoon suits with silk gloves and cold embroidered cotton with brown straw hats, and they would all be white. White like clouds against the blue sky, white like roses in mid summer, white like sand and shells on the beach. Even though, summer is full with colors such as yellow, green, blue and red, white has alwyas been the classic color of clothing under the beaming summer sun. Therefore, it's the color that we can't get enough of when pared with adorable straw hats, baskets and flower crowns. It's the color that looks even better with red lipstick and messy hair, and for this, white belongs within the legends of summer.
Here are three ways to reinvent your summer whites:
Caramel Brown – Don't tone it down
Like a wipped cream on top of a golden brownie, white and caramel brown compliments each other perfectly wihtout being too over the top. While gold accessories finish the look with a touch of glamour making you instantly ready for a quick lunch date, a party after work or for taking a walk around the city in yellow sunset.
Bronze in blue – Yes, I do!
Ones again, denim is the quick and easy answer to all outfit crisis. This time, pare your white top with a light denim skirt and a wide, white belt to give your look that fun retro feel. Lastly, in oder to make your outfit that extra bit more fun and imaginative, put on your favorit light brown summer boots and call it a "western meets retro chic" kind of a look.
All White – Always Right
To wear all white is actually quite a statement because white can be very a bring. But that doesn't mean it won't look amazing because almoust any white clothes will go together. For my all white look I chose to wear a statement jacket, light linen trousers and a simple white top pared with a quilted bag with gold hardwear and some gold jewelry to compliment the bag. What's more, you can easily dress the look up or down by just changing your shoes from heels to sandals or even trainers.
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